Tiger Eyes Reviews

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June 11, 2013
Tender, well-acted teen drama is true to classic Blume book.
June 9, 2013
A leaden, rushed movie, with Blume's own son responsible for mucking with the nuances of the source material, flattening promising conflicts and painful introspection.
June 9, 2013
Tiger Eyes takes youth angst to another level in this page to screen adaptation. Touching on teen alcoholism and pregnancy, atom bombs, and aboriginal life in Los Alamos.
June 9, 2013
Warm, poignant and family-friendly with a rushed, contrived ending.
June 7, 2013
Directed and constructed without distinction; nevertheless, it is quite moving, thanks to Blume's storytelling and the sincerity of the performances.
June 7, 2013
Tiger Eyes retains some of the seriousness and respect for character that distinguishes Blume's YA books. What it lacks, however, is her strong authorial voice.
June 7, 2013
Cheaply made, for just over two million dollars, Tiger Eyes looks under-populated, even for its Southwestern milieu, with the feel of a made-for-TV movie, not an indie film, which is how it's being promoted.
June 6, 2013
Catnip for the bookish emo demo.
June 6, 2013
[Tiger Eyes has] an uncommon intimacy, the kind you find in a Judy Blume novel. Her grit and grace are all over this heartfelt adventure of a movie. She gives it a spirit that soars.
June 6, 2013
A moving depiction of a teenage girl's quest for a way out of her sadness, grief, and loss over the sudden death of her beloved father.
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