Eli Sanders

Eli Sanders

Agrees with the Tomatometer 73% of the time.

Publications:
Seattle Times
Total Reviews:
11

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Showing 1 - 11 of 11
Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
3.5/4 86% Lilo & Stitch (2002) " For all the weighty issues involved, this movie remains very entertaining, full of Elvis songs and scenes that will make both parents and kids laugh." — Seattle Times
Posted Jun 21, 2002
2/4 71% The Lady and the Duke (2001) " A plodding look at the French Revolution through the eyes of aristocrats." — Seattle Times
Posted May 17, 2002
2/4 8% The New Guy (2002) " The film's thoroughly recycled plot and tiresome jokes ... drag the movie down." — Seattle Times
Posted May 10, 2002
1/4 29% Clockstoppers (2002) " When 'science fiction' takes advantage of the fact that its intended audience hasn't yet had much science, it does a disservice to the audience and to the genre." — Seattle Times
Posted Mar 29, 2002
3/4 84% La Stanza del Figlio (The Son's Room) (2002) " We are given characters so gentle and so human that we become instantly fond of them." — Seattle Times
Posted Mar 22, 2002
2.5/4 63% We Were Soldiers (2002) " The film feels formulaic, its plot and pacing typical Hollywood war-movie stuff, while the performances elicit more of a sense of deja vu than awe." — Seattle Times
Posted Mar 1, 2002
45% The Operator (2000) " This debut film from local writer-director Jon Dichter has an interesting concept, but its execution feels a bit amateurish, especially in the dialogue." — Seattle Times
Posted Jan 25, 2002
24% Snow Dogs (2002) " This silly youth-targeted comedy goes strictly by the book, which should give you a clue as to its quality." — Seattle Times
Posted Jan 18, 2002
77% Plata quemada (Burnt Money) (2001) " The twins -- ragged, cool-eyed and inseparable -- are this movie's swinging stopwatch, mesmerizing the viewer with the fierce back-and-forth of their romance." — Seattle Times
Posted Dec 21, 2001
47% Better Than Sex (2001) " At times, Better Than Sex feels like Last Tango in Paris, with all the grunting and animalistic behavior but none of the raison d'etre." — Seattle Times
Posted Nov 16, 2001
47% Life as a House (2001) " Life as a House reaches easily past all your intellectual and emotional barriers, back into that spot behind your heart, where the levers that release tears are stored." — Seattle Times
Posted Nov 2, 2001
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