Alisha Boe Movies
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Alisha Boe is an uprising Hollywood actress who is notable for her roles in a number of films and TV series. She embarked on the journey to build her career when she quit college in search of better prospects as an actress. She landed her debut role in the 2008 American horror movie, Amusement where she was cast as young  Lisa Swan. The next year, she landed roles in the films He’s On My Mind and Plastic Makes Perfect portraying Laci and Brooke respectively. Alisha Boe movies are also known to cut across a wide range of genres inclusive of drama, comedy, and thriller. She has been seen in productions like the 68 Kill, Trophy Wife, Teen Wolf, Robot Chicken as well as 2019 movies like Poms, Yes, God, Yes and the sitcom 13 Reasons Why which she has featured in as the main character since 2017. Here are 5 greatest Alisha Boe movies ranked from best to worst.

5 Alisha Boe Movies Rated From Best to Worst

1. Yes God Yes

Yes, God, Yes is a recent American movie which was released in 2019. This movie which is a comedy-drama had Karen Maine as its writer and director. It is also notable as Karen’s first attempt at directing. It featured Alisha Boe, Natalia Dyer and a couple of other Hollywood acts. Its storyline appealed to a lot of persons as it talked about a young Catholic girl’s struggles as she finds out the real meaning of right and wrong. Yes, God, Yes ranks top on Alisha Boe movies as the movie turned out to be a critically acclaimed film with an impressive 100% rating on the Rotten Tomatoes site.

2. 68 Kill

In 2017, Alish Boe was notable for her role in the crime comedy-drama 68 Kill. The screenwriter, Trent Haaga was responsible for writing and directing the movie. It had the likes of Matthew Gray Gubler, AnnaLynne McCord, Sheila Vand, Michael Beasley and Sam Eidson on its cast list. Alisha played as Violet, one of the main characters. She was loved for the way she blended into her character perfectly in this crime movie which is known to be an adaptation of a novel by Bryan Smith with the same name. 68 Kill currently holds a rating of 77% on Tomatometer and ranks high on the list of greatest Alisha Boe movies

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3. Extant

Extant is a science fiction thriller which was co-directed by Adams Kane, Kevin Dowling, Dan Lerner, Christine Moore, and Adam Arkin. It starred the likes of Pierce Gagnon, Grace Gummer, Halle Berry, Keith David and Goran Visnjic as its main cast. Although the uprising actress landed a small role as Brynn Hende in 2 episodes of the sitcom in 2014, Extant is notable as one of the top Alisha Boe movies so far. The storyline which was about an astronaut named Molly Woods who became mysteriously pregnant while in space got many interested in the sitcom. It was aired for two successful seasons and has recorded very good reviews from both film critics and its audience.

4. CSI: Cyber

CSI: Cyber is an American crime film series which started airing on CBS on March 2014. However, it cannot be considered as one of the greatest Alisha Boe movies as it was not in any way a fan favorite. The sitcom ended up having only two seasons as CBS terminated their contract with the CSI: Cyber film team on May 12th, 2006.

The movie is also known for having mixed reviews from viewers and film critics. It recorded a very low rating of 35% on the Rotten Tomatoes site and Metacritic gave it a score of 45 out of 100. More so, it did not make it as one of the top Alisha Boe movies as many film critics pointed out that irrespective of the fact that CSI: Cyber had a lot of talented actors and actresses, the film franchise failed to thrill its audience with new twists in the storyline.

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5. Poms

This 2019 movie is far from being part of the greatest Alisha Boe movies as it was criticized for the way its story was portrayed. Most film critics did not see the humor which Poms intended to demonstrate by trying to portray a bunch of oldies as cheerleaders. Rotten Tomatoes gave it a 35% rating while Metacritic gave it 36/100 on its site.

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