Sara Voorhees

Sara Voorhees has been a film critic on television and in print for 27 years. She began at the NBC affiliate (KOBTV) in Albuquerque New Mexico and was nationally syndicated with Conus Communicatons until 2002. She wrote for the Albuquerque Tribune and Scripps-Howard newspapers from 1990-2001. She continues to write reviews for KOBTV and appears on camera on an emergency basis. She is the membership director for the Broadcast Film Critics’ Association, and serves on the board of directors of the Action Coalition for Media Education. Born on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, she grew up in Denver, and lived for two years on the Navajo reservation before moving to Corrales, New Mexico where she and her husband have raised two children, several dogs and cats, and eleven peacocks. Her first novel, ”The Lumiere Affair,” is a mystery set at the Cannes Film Festival, and was published by Simon and Schuster in May of 2007.

 

Articles by Sara Voorhees

 

AWFJ Women On Film – Sara Voorhees’ Top Ten of 2009

1. THE HURT LOCKER

2. THE LAST STATION

3. PRECIOUS

4. UP

5. STAR TREK

6. CRAZY HEART

7. DISTRICT 9

8. NINE

9. UP IN THE AIR

10. AWAY WE GO

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“The Women” – Sara Voorhees reviews

“The cast is great and you want to go out to dinner with them, but you don’t want to see their movie.” More>>

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“College Road Trip” – Sara Voorhees reviews

You gotta love Martin Lawrence. Unless you don’t, of course, and then there’s not reason to bother with COLLEGE ROAD TRIP. Read more>>

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“Semi Pro”- Sara Voorhees reviews

If you love Will Ferrell, you’ll watch him do just about anything. Read more>>

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Geena Davis Forum: Searching Cels for Girl Mice and Ninjas – Sara Voorhees reports

Geena Davis was watching preschool TV shows and children’s videos with her two-year-old daughter when she began to wonder: where were the girls?

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“Untraceable” – Sara Voorhees reviews

UNTRACEABLE is a fine and important movie wrapped in a cheap horror flick. Read more>>

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