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Aisha Harris

Aisha Harris
Aisha Harris's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Slate, The Dissolve

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
63% The Magnificent Seven (2016) The Magnificent Seven, as derivative as it may be, makes for a decent couple of hours wasted. ‐ Slate
Posted Sep 22, 2016
80% Chi-Raq (2015) Lee has managed to again make a movie worth debating, wrestling with, and maybe even hating, depending upon how you feel about him as a director. ‐ Slate
Posted Dec 3, 2015
95% Creed (2015) I feared signing on to Creed might derail Coogler's and Jordan's careers. Instead, this revitalizing crowd-pleaser solidifies my belief that these two have the potential to create really great art. ‐ Slate
Posted Nov 24, 2015
51% Live From New York! (2015) It's refreshing to see a retrospective of the show that's not bogged down by overly detailed timelines and the desire to wax nostalgic. ‐ Slate
Posted Nov 17, 2015
88% Very Semi-Serious (2015) It gets a bit lost in the weeds. ‐ Slate
Posted Nov 16, 2015
79% Z For Zachariah (2015) Zobel and Modi have crafted a thoughtful narrative about the experience of navigating and attempting to accommodate others' personalities. ‐ Slate
Posted Aug 28, 2015
51% The Interview (2014) If you like your dictator mockery served on a sharper, smarter dish, you should probably just do what everyone else seems to be doing, and rewatch Team America: World Police. ‐ Slate
Posted Dec 24, 2014
91% Dear White People (2014) I nodded my head in agreement many times while watching Dear White People, but I can't say I was ever truly compelled by the story it tells. ‐ Slate
Posted Oct 16, 2014
23% Tammy (2014) The playful energy between McCarthy and her completely game co-star, Susan Sarandon is more than enough to keep the movie humming along. ‐ Slate
Posted Jul 2, 2014
2/5 14% Winnie Mandela (2013) Director Darrell Roodt's by-the-numbers biopic suffers from clunky dialogue and shallow characterization, all while never deciding what to make of its leading lady. ‐ The Dissolve
Posted Sep 5, 2013
43% Closed Circuit (2013) There are enough genuine moments of surprise to make this genre exercise an invigorating one. ‐ Slate
Posted Aug 30, 2013
3/5 25% The Time Being (2013) The Time Being is a visual pleasure, with Cicin-Sain unveiling shot after shot of glorious landscapes and striking silhouettes. It's a shame, then, that Bentley's performance as Daniel isn't more fully engaged. ‐ The Dissolve
Posted Jul 24, 2013
4/5 80% Europa Report (2013) It becomes refreshingly clear early on that this is a rare modern science-fiction film where the filmmakers aren't afraid to pack actual science into their narrative. ‐ The Dissolve
Posted Jul 11, 2013