T.M. Powell Reviews

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Movie Review: Fantastic Four

The new Fantastic Four reboot keeps the franchise’s legacy of awful movies intact, by tearing down the foundation of what made the first family of Marvel great.

08/06/2015

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Movie Review: Trainwreck

Apatow and Schumer create a perfect mix raunch, heart and even so gold old fashion slapstick to make Trainwreck the best comedy of the year so far.

07/16/2015

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Magic Mike XXL

I have no problem admitting that outside the abrupt forced ending, I liked Magic Mike. I found Channing Tatum‘s semi biographical take on his life as a male entertainer interesting and at times an envious […]

06/29/2015

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Movie Review: The Age of Adaline

I will admit it as much as I love movies and my job, I can be idiot sometimes when it comes to films. I was basically kicking and screaming over the fact that I would […]

04/22/2015

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Movie Review: Chappie

The worst part of Chappie is it’s lack of originality. Blomkamp, who gave us something so different in District 9 completely rips off Short Circuit and RoboCop.

03/05/2015

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Movie Review: Jupiter Ascending

It’s a never a good sign when a studio pushes back a release date of a film so close to its opening. The executives, cast and crew can spin it any way they want, but […]

02/04/2015

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Movie Review: Foxcatcher

Every comedic actor is looking for that one perfect role that will make critics and fans take them seriously. Robin Williams had Good Morning Vietnam, Tom Hanks had Big and now we have Steve Carell […]

01/13/2015

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Movie Review: Unbroken

The buzz had been loud for Angelina Jolie’s WWII biopic Unbroken based on the life of Olympic athlete turned Japanese POW Louis Zamperini (Jack O’Connell). Jolie was taking on a true story about a man who […]

12/23/2014

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Movie Review: Dumb and Dumber To

Twenty years between sequels is a lifetime by Hollywood standards, so you can understand my enormous reservations towards Dumb and Dumber To. I do realize we had the crummy prequel in between, but I say […]

11/13/2014

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Movie Review: John Wick

I love it when movie doesn’t try to pretend it’s something else and knows exactly what it is. John Wick isn’t trying to be deep like The Shawshank Redemption. The Keanu Reeves lead feature is a throwback to […]

10/22/2014

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