Tampa Movie Critic T.M. Powell

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Movie Review: Need For Speed

Need For Speed is the next attempt to bring a popular video game to the big screen. If the Fast & Furious franchise has taught us anything, it’s that people love to see shiny cars [...]

03/14/2014

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Movie Review: Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Of all the great cartoons just waiting to be adapted to the big screen, you would think there would have to be a better option than Mr. Peabody & Sherman. Based on the cartoon short Peabody’s Improbable [...]

03/06/2014

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Movie Review: Non-Stop

Liam Neeson has proved that life really does begin at 60. The man known for playing Oscar Schindler in Schindler’s List has had a complete kick butt action career revival in the last five years. [...]

02/28/2014

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The 4: 2014 Oscar Locks

Trust the man with the useless gift of movie knowledge. When the 86th Annual Academy Awards are announced on Sunday March 2nd, these four categories are perpetual locks for a certain nominee in their respected [...]

02/24/2014

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The 4: Best Movie Remakes

Remakes are a tough task to pull off when you have people like me crushing every remake that hits theaters. As much as I do believe certain films are sacred and should be preserved in [...]

02/23/2014

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Movie Review: Pompeii

Apparently, chick flicks aren’t the only films living in the Dead Zone of movies. Greeks and Romans wearing sandals and bearing swords are populating this slow time of year at the cinema. It began with [...]

02/20/2014

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Movie Review: Winter’s Tale

Ladies and gentlemen, we have an early break out contender for worst movie of the year. Winter’s Tale is a ludicrous fantasy film starring Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay and Russell Crowe about miracles, true [...]

02/13/2014

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Movie Review: The Monuments Men

Culture by definition is the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time. It’s how we define who we are and how we will be remembered. The question the new George Clooney [...]

02/05/2014

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Movie Review: The Lego Movie

Turning a beloved toy into a quality film has not been the easiest task for Hollywood. The Transformers franchise made bank at the box office, but from a filmmaking aspect, its garbage. Battleship, Bratz and [...]

02/05/2014

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Movie Review: Labor Day

Director Jason Reitman tackled lobbyists in Thank You For Smoking, teen pregnancy in Juno and cut throat corporate America in Up In The Air. It may have been a diverse and complicated set of subject matter for a [...]

01/31/2014

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