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Skylaire Alfvegren

Skylaire Alfvegren
Skylaire Alfvegren's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): E! Online

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B+ 92% Slumdog Millionaire (2008) This spacious meld of old, old-school Hollywood and traditional Indian saga slathered with just a pinch of Bollywood ought to have enough spice and romance for the suburbs. ‐ E! Online
Posted Nov 20, 2008
C 35% Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008) Bedazzled in blood and soap opera complications, this gothic rock opera features as many sets of on-screen intestines as it does plot points. ‐ E! Online
Posted Nov 7, 2008
C- 86% Ghost Town (2008) Derailed by a romantic subplot, Ghost Town fails to make use of the dead as proper comedic fodder. ‐ E! Online
Posted Sep 18, 2008
A- 56% Sukiyaki Western Django (2008) A remarkably inventive yet referential Eastern Western, full of action, cinematic references, pop-cowboy lingo, bloody haute costuming, two warring clans and one carnage-inducing Gatling gun. ‐ E! Online
Posted Sep 12, 2008
A- 82% Tropic Thunder (2008) Some viewers might find something offensive if they were able to stop cackling long enough. ‐ E! Online
Posted Aug 13, 2008
C- 65% The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008) Four college friends bound by a pair of magical pants have adventures and kiss boys, in this syrupy, neutered chick flick suitable for 13-year-olds. ‐ E! Online
Posted Aug 7, 2008
B 69% American Teen (2008) Whether you consider high school the best years of your life or are happy to have left them behind, director Burstein brings it all back. ‐ E! Online
Posted Jul 24, 2008
C 19% Factory Girl (2007) For a film about Warhol's infamous Factory scene, this Edie Sedgwick biopic is, in some ways, depressingly conventional. ‐ E! Online
Posted Feb 2, 2007
B+ 55% Alpha Dog (2007) Aside from an excess of female hysterics, there is solid acting throughout. (Accused of tweaking at work, Foster's Jake pulls off a tantrum on the level of Spud's job interview in Trainspotting.) ‐ E! Online
Posted Jan 11, 2007
B 87% The Last King of Scotland (2006) Whitaker's portrayal illustrates Amin's complexity -- a study on human nature, rather than an indictment. ‐ E! Online
Posted Sep 29, 2006
B+ 33% Flyboys (2006) Perfect for air show attendees, Air Force recruiters and vets of any war seeking to convey their experiences to squeamish wives or small children. ‐ E! Online
Posted Sep 21, 2006
D 41% Everyone's Hero (2006) Managing a little warm-and-fuzzy by the end, the story is so dopily convoluted that even six-year-olds will have a hard time suspending their disbelief. ‐ E! Online
Posted Sep 15, 2006
B 71% Invincible (2006) Complicity from the NFL and delicate camerawork on the field lend Invincible valuable authenticity. ‐ E! Online
Posted Aug 25, 2006
B+ 76% Factotum (2006) Factotum features standout performances from its three leads, each conveying the spirit of Bukowski -- the fallen characters drawn into his orbit, raw and real and desperate. ‐ E! Online
Posted Aug 18, 2006