Tampa Bay Movie Critic T.M. Powell

Courtesy: Universal Pictures

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

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: Big Eyes

At one point in time, Tim Burton was one of Hollywood’s most beloved eccentric filmmakers. He was the king of weird and mastered the art of the genre buster in films like Beetlejuice and Edward […]

12/23/2014

Courtesy: Columbia Pictures/ SONY

Movie Review: Annie

Let me get something out of the way just in case you’re unfamiliar with my past reviews or have never seen me on CW44. I’m not a fan of musicals. I don’t like singing and […]

12/17/2014

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review | The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Peter Jackson must be feeling like a sad rain cloud looming over Middle Earth the last few days. The humongous cash cow of wizards, orcs and elves will come to an end with The Hobbit: The Battle […]

12/15/2014

Courtesy: Focus Features

Movie Review: The Theory of Everything

I’m going to be completely honest with you – I knew nothing about Stephen Hawking’s personal life whatsoever. Call me ignorant, but I just knew of Hawking as one of the world’s leading minds who […]

11/19/2014

Courtesy: Sony Pictures Classics

Movie Review: Whiplash

J.K. Simmons is what you would call an “oh that guy” type of actor. His sad dog face is very recognizable and he’s been in everything from Law and Order, Juno, the Farmers Insurance commercials […]

11/12/2014

Courtesy: Fox Searchlight Pictures

Movie Review: Birdman

Every decade a movie comes along that makes you buy into the weirdness – a piece of film that shows you something so strange and groundbreaking that it sticks with you far after the movie is […]

11/05/2014

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: St. Vincent

Ever since we saw the look of sadness on Bill Murray’s face ten years ago when he lost the Best Actor Oscar race to Sean Penn (Mystic River), everyone has wanted to give the beloved […]

10/22/2014

Courtesy: Columbia Pictures/Sony

Movie Review: The Equalizer

At this point in his career, Denzel Washington is comfortable just being Denzel in many roles. We all know what a fantastic actor Washington is, but I feel he just mails it in for a paycheck in […]

09/24/2014

Courtesy: Columbia Pictures

Movie Review: Sex Tape

Sex Tape is a perfect example of film that is released during the Studio summer dumping ground in late July. Most of the major titles have passed and we are left with movies that had […]

07/17/2014

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