Tampa Movie Critic T.M. Powell

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2014 Golden Potatoes

Just because I dropped the goofy “Couch Potato” gimmick didn’t mean I was going to quit doing my annual fake awards. No way, no how. I may not be a part of some fancy critic’s circle or a voting member […]

01/04/2015

Courtesy: The Weinstein Company

Movie Review: The Imitation Game

Earlier this year I had to admit that I knew very little about Stephen Hawking until I saw The Theory of Everything. Chalk it up to ignorance or the fact I get all my history through […]

12/22/2014

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures

Movie Review: Horrible Bosses 2

Sometimes Hollywood doesn’t know how to just leave well enough alone.  The first Horrible Bosses film was a raunchy good time that left audiences laughing. I enjoyed the first film, but the plot got ridiculous near the […]

11/26/2014

Courtesy: Lionsgate

Movie Review | The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

The final installment of the Hunger Games has been broken into two movies. See what CW Tampa’s movie critic thinks of Mockingjay Part 1.

11/18/2014

Courtesy: Open Road Films

Movie Review: Nightcrawler

Before watching Jake Gyllenhaal’s new film Nightcrawler, I had no idea about the world of these videographers for hire that roam the streets of the city of angels in the dark of night. They are the paparazzi of crime […]

10/29/2014

Courtesy: Columbia Pictures/SONY

Movie Review: Fury

If you would have asked me before I saw the WWII tank drama Fury starring Brad Pitt that if I had a choice between being a soldier in a tank or one with boots on […]

10/15/2014

Courtesy: 20th Century Fox Films

Movie Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2

How to Train Your Dragon and the new sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2 may be geared towards kids, but war is a central theme in both movies.

06/11/2014

Courtesy: Fox 2000 Films

Movie Review: The Fault in Our Stars

As morbid as it sounds, the “Cancer Movie” has become a genre all on its own in the world of film. First only thought to live in the realm of the chick flick, but movies […]

06/05/2014

Courtesy: Walt Disney Pictures

Movie Review: Maleficent

No longer will the princesses of Disney be bound to the animated world. The Mouse watched two rival studios ruin Snow White’s good name in two live-action duds and they’ re not going to take it […]

05/29/2014

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Movie Review: Blended

Adam Sandler’s brand of comedy today is a far cry from his man-child humor like Happy Gilmore and The Waterboy that made him so popular in the beginning of his career. Sure, the horrible Grown Ups […]

05/21/2014

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