The Takeover: Death Day & Oscar BaitOn this edition on The Takeover, T.M. Powell reviews Happy Death Day, Marshall and Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.
Movie Review: Professor Marston and the Wonder WomenOne thing is for certain in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is you will never look at Wonder Woman and her golden lasso the same way again.
Movie Review: Happy Death DayHappy Death Day may not be original, but that doesn't mean it's not an enjoyable time at the movies for people looking for cheap thrills that are light on the gore.
Movie Review: MarshallBoseman's acting and on-screen presence makes Marshall worth watching and helps the audience forget some of the other aspects of the film that don't click.
Trailer Talk: The Last JediThe official trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi has been released and T.M. Powell is breaking down the footage with some of his geeky theories in this new episode of Trailer Talk.
The Takeover: Blade Runner ReturnsOn the this edition of The Takeover, T.M. attempts to discuss the new sequel Blade Runner 2049 in a spoiler free manner and also decides if The Mountain Between Us starring Kate Winslet and Idris Elba is worth your time.
Movie Review: The Mountain Between UsThe Mountain Between Us is a testament to the acting skills of Winslet and Elba, who turn an ordinary disaster film into an intimate study of survival that helps you ignore the Lifetime Movie aspects of the film.
Movie Review: Blade Runner 2049Oscar-nominated director Denis Villeneuve (Arrival) manages to capture director Ridley Scott's original vision, while still making the film his own with his thought-provoking ideas.
The Takeover: Cruise, Carell & EmmaThis week is a bit of a history lesson on The Takeover with T.M. Powell discussing American Made and Battle of the Sexes.
Movie Review: American MadeCruise is a one man show as Barry Seal in American Made and reminds us why he was once the biggest star in the world.
Movie Review: Battle of the SexesBillie Jean King is definitely the most important figure in Battle of the Sexes, but Bobby Riggs is without a doubt the most entertaining character in the film thanks to an obnoxious, yet at times a sad portrayal from from Steve Carell as the former tennis champ.
The Takeover: Kingsman & LEGOsOn this edition of The Takeover with T.M. Powell, CW44's film critic heads into the LEGOverse with the little colorful ninjas of Ninjago and let's us know if Kingsman: The Golden Circle lives up to the hype created by the original.
Movie Review: The LEGO Ninjago MovieThe LEGO Ninjago Movie may not have the crossover appeal as the previous films in the LEGOverse, but this project is still a worthy installment in the series.
Movie Review | Kingsman: The Golden CircleUnfortunately, this sequel suffers from overkill at times with way too many characters shoved into the 141 minute running time of Kingsman: The Golden Circle.
Movie Review: StrongerJake Gyllenhaal may not win an Oscar for this film, but Stronger shows why he will take home a little gold statue one day.