Sonia Saraiya

Sonia Saraiya

Agrees with the Tomatometer 77% of the time.

Sonia Saraiya's reviews (from any publication) always count toward the Tomatometer because this critic is a Tomatometer-approved critic.

Movie Reviews Only

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"Unfortunately, Fox's production of Rocky Horror, despite a few solid performances, appears to entirely misapprehend the appeal of the original film." ‐ Variety
Posted Oct 14, 2016

Looking: The Movie (2016)

"There's a lovely delicacy to Looking: The Movie, as evidenced in the intimacy of its conversations, the shots of San Francisco, and the enthusiasm it has for its lovers finding each other, either just for one night or the rest of their lives." ‐ Variety
Posted Jul 11, 2016
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Center Stage: On Pointe (2016)

"The best part of "Center Stage: On Pointe" are the 30-odd seconds, about 20 minutes in, when the characters all watch "Center Stage."" ‐ Variety
Posted Jun 27, 2016

Special Correspondents (2016)

"Let me be clear: Nothing about Special Correspondents is relevant or interesting about media, warfare, or human nature. " ‐
Posted Apr 28, 2016

Confirmation (2016)

"It weighs on the viewer's conscience. " ‐
Posted Apr 15, 2016

The Passion (2016)

"There's something curiously appealing about the reimagining of the story of Easter in the reborn New Orleans... But then the actors open their mouths to start singing. " ‐
Posted Mar 21, 2016

A Very Murray Christmas (2015)

"The merit of the Netflix Christmas special, which is debuting at midnight tonight, comes down to just how much cult-of-personality and faux-humility you're inclined to put up with in exchange for a certain alluring aesthetic and mood." ‐
Posted Dec 4, 2015

Nightingale (2015)

"The film is phenomenally acted, but rarely makes much use of the power of cinema, instead using a device associated more with theater-the one-set location, with a one-man cast." ‐
Posted Dec 3, 2015
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Christmas in Conway (2013)

"Christmas In Conway doesn't get into the emotional landscape of the town as much as you might expect from the title-it's comfortable just alluding to the well-worn territory of neighborhood drama." ‐ AV Club
Posted Dec 5, 2013