Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Will Get Your Spidey Senses TinglingSpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a fresh, well-animated, and bitingly clever take on Marvel’s most popular—and most overplayed—superhero.
'Mary Poppins Returns' Will Leave You Singing and SmilingThe sequel to the childhood classic doesn’t diminish the specialness of the original, and most importantly, Emily Blunt’s performance pays homage to Julie Andrews, the original M.P.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald Needs a Dose of Magical Action
Melissa McCarthy Delivers in Can You Ever Forgive Me?McCarthy abandons the over-the-top persona that made her famous and instead opts for a more serious role. While Can You Ever Forgive Me? is forgettable, credit must be given to McCarthy for transforming a prickly historical biographer turned felon into the kind of person for whom I could root.
Lady Gaga is Reborn in A Star is BornLady Gaga's performance is raw, vulnerable and heartbreaking. Bradley Cooper, too, gives a surprising and passionate performance. In the end, you'll leave the movie reassessing the music industry and how we as a celebrity-obsessed culture treat, and ultimately dispose of, artists.
'Life Itself' Packs An Emotional, Yet Boring PunchThis ambitious movie wears its bleeding heart on its sleeve. Unfortunately, it’s too preoccupied with its big idea that it forgets to excite you.
A Simple Favor is Simply ThrillingPeople will compare A Simple Favor to other thrillers like Gone Girl and A Girl on the Train. While there are similarities, A Simple Favor is much more outrageous and offbeat than its predecessors.
'Mile 22' Movie ReviewI hated how this film ended with a very confusing and puzzling conclusion. If you are a fan of Iko Uwais, it might be worth your money, but for me, this fight sequences just don’t make up for the stupid plot. My Rating: Cable
The Takeover: Franco & The RoomOn this edition of The Takeover, T.M. Powell discusses how one of the worst movies of all time The Room inspired one of this season's potential Awards darling The Disaster Artist.
Movie Review: The Disaster ArtistJames Franco morphs into the oddball Tommy Wiseau from the second you meet him in The Disaster Artist mesmerizing viewers by what this weirdo is going to do or say next.
Trailer Talk | Avengers: Infinity WarOn this edition of Trailer Talk, T.M. Powell breaks down what we saw in the trailer and speculates what is to come in this Mega Marvel crossover event.
Movie Review: Roman J. Israel, ESQ.Roman J. Israel, ESQ. is a rare misfire for Denzel Washington.
The Takeover: Thanksgiving Contenders & PretendersT.M. Powell examines a few movies including Coco, Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and decides if they are a Contender or Pretender concerning nominations during Movie Award Season.
DECLASSIFIED: Justice League On this edition of DECLASSIFIED, T.M. Powell discusses Justice League in its entirety. SPOILERS BEWARE!!!!!
Movie Review: Last Flag FlyingIt's a good thing Last Flag Flying is anchored by the strong acting work from Carell and company, because at times the film definitely drags and gets sidetracked.