Tampa Bay Movie Critic T.M. Powell

Courtesy: Paramount Pictures

Movie Review | Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation is a cool film, that delivers the action you expect during the heart of the summer movie season.

07/28/2015

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Vacation

Vacation is a lame attempt to honor the past all the way up to it’s anti-climatic and unfunny ending.

07/27/2015

Courtesy: Marvel Studios/Disney

Movie Review: Ant-Man

A man with a shrinking suit who controls ants. Maybe the superhero detractors are right when they say there are way too many Comic Book movies. After seeing Ant-Man starring Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly and Michael […]

07/15/2015

Courtesy: Universal Pictures

Movie Review: Minions

The Keyboard Cat on the internet is great. Who doesn’t love a cat wearing a shirt playing a catchy little beat on the 1980’s keyboard. Short, cute and quick to the point. It’s a cat […]

07/08/2015

Courtesy: Focus Features

Movie Review: Self/Less

Self/Less keeps your attention while the film is rolling, but lacks that something special that makes a movie memorable.

07/08/2015

Courtesy: Paramount Pictures

Movie Review: Terminator Genisys

Terminator Genisys allows fans of the franchise something fresh moving forward while still honoring its past in grand popcorn action style.

06/30/2015

Courtesy: Fox Searchlight Pictures

Movie Review: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl started off the year with major indie buzz. It’s been one of the top films of the festival circuit winning both the Audience Award and The Grand Jury […]

06/24/2015

Courtesy: Pixar Animations Studios

The 4: Pixar Movies

If you were to look back at some of my reviews (I’m pointing at you Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return) of animated films, you would understand why I earned the nickname the “Kid Movie Killer”. Yes, I […]

06/21/2015

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review | Mad Max: Fury Road

Many consider The Road Warrior (myself included) to be the ultimate post apocalyptic movie. Even though it’s a sequel to Mad Max, director George Miller gave us a view of a wasteland where society has […]

05/13/2015

Courtesy: Roadside Attractions

Movie Review: Maggie

It’s no surprise that we have come accustomed to only thinking about head shots and flesh munching when it comes to zombies thanks to the genre’s explosion in pop culture over the last decade. Can […]

05/08/2015

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