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.
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.
Movie Review: Lady BirdSaoirse Ronan shows again why she already has two Oscar nominations and may receive another for her work in Lady Bird.
Movie Review: WonderWonder is definitely a film that entire family can enjoy together and can teach you to look at the person on the inside and not what you immediately seen on the outside.
Movie Review: Justice LeagueJustice League is another positive step in the right direction for Warner Bros. and the DCEU despite its flaws.
The Takeover: Justice League LoomingOn this edition of The Takeover, T.M. Powell tells you if Daddy's Home 2 breaks the tradition of bad comedy sequels and if Wonderstruck and The Killing of a Sacred Deer are worth your time.
Movie Review: Daddy's Home 2Daddy's Home 2 ends up being nothing more than a holiday sequel cash grab that has none of the charm or humor from the first film.
Movie Review: WonderstruckThe two young actors manage to make this film worth a watch on a rainy day despite the issues that prevent Wonderstruck from truly being the special experience it had the potential to be.
Movie Review | Thor: RagnarokEven with the rushed start and a very busy story line, Thor: Ragnarok is still a highly entertaining ride full of humor, stunning visuals and a new direction for Thor in terms of his character growth in the MCU.