Tamara Drewe

Tamara Drewe

A young newspaper writer returns to her hometown in the English countryside, where her childhood home is being prepped for sale.

When Tamara Drewe sashays back to the bucolic village of her youth, where her childhood home is being prepped for sale, life for the locals is thrown tail over teakettle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alja d (au) wrote: Excellent movie and an unbelivable performance give to us by Luke Goss! A must see movie of this year!

Daniel Y (au) wrote: Batman Under the Red Hood is not only a good DC Animated Universe movie, but a great one in general; It's dark and brooding and has a great cast of voice actors, stellar animation, and an intelligent script/story that makes you care. Ro be honest it should've gotten a cinematic release like Mask of Phantasm , because it's so good and, like Mask of Phantasm (a bit early on) l, it's horribly underrated and I deeply recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen it.

Patrick E (fr) wrote: Silly Sci-Fi channel romp about a group of scientists whose weather experiment goes wrong, unleashing a series of small storms which appear and disappear almost instantly and that produce tornados with the ability to freeze anything in their path. The storms become increasingly powerful until they threaten the planet itself.As with all sci-fi channel films, the film absolutely zero sense although the try to cram in as much psuedo-science as possible to explain what's happening. The CGI is truly terrible, the tornado's look more like a mist cloud than anything else and there is some awful shots aeroplanes mid-air explosions. This can be slightly forgiven though as you can't expect anything better from a film with such a small budget. The dialogue is laughable but the acting throughout is quite good and the scientist turned fiction writer character called Charlie Price is quite funny throughout has some great one liners. The "action" moves along at a brisk pace and is mildly entertaining throughout. The climax is hilarious as it probably breaks many of the laws of physics but provides a suitable ending to what came before.You can never fault the Sc-Fi channel for coming up with original idea's and Ice Twisters is no exception, it's just the predictability of it all and the awful CGI that drag it down to barely passable levels. Still it's the definition of mindless entertainment and is worth a look for a few unintentional laughs.

Steph S (es) wrote: I really wanna see this!

Alice S (br) wrote: Gotta love high-functioning sociopaths like HIMYM's Barney Stinson and Campbell Scott's titular Roger in this dark, delicious gem. Roger's tried-and-true tricks aren't just cheesy pick-ups, but carefully honed skills that show off the Darwinningest male. Jesse Eisenberg, in his first film role, is sweet and endearing with a hint of rebellion, and the brief roles of 80s-90s dream queens, Elizabeth Berkley and Jennifer Beals, make for a bittersweet sex education. It was so bittersweet that I wished something would happen for Nick and Sophie at the end - not necessarily sex but just SOMETHING instead of Uncle Dad once again aiding and abetting a lame flirtation with high school queen bee whom the audience hasn't gotten the chance to know and fall in love with yet.

Richard D (es) wrote: Jesus this is a dumb film ... irredeemably so. Asia Argento does not really help it, delivering English dialogue through an impenetrable accent that doesn't even match her character's nationality. I stopped caring about this thing 10 minutes into it.

Julian T (us) wrote: Terrific mix of drama and documentary. About as historically accurate a baseball film as I've ever seen. An amazing look at the historic 1961 season, and the chase for the most fabled record in all of sports. Pepper and Jane turn in the best performances of their careers, bringing the legends of Maris and Mantle to the screen. Well written, directed, and researched. Full of great cameos by both historical baseball figures (DiMagio, Yogi Berra, Ralph Kiner, Whitey Ford, etc) and secondary actors (Hall, McGill, McDonald) which really add depth to the film. The only complaint I have is that it drags a little long, and gets a little over dramatic at times. These few negatives are few and far between though, as this definitely ranks as one of the all time great baseball films (and sports films in general). Also, I'd like to throw in a bit of personal opinion and state that Roger Maris is STILL the single season home run champion. McGuire, Sosa and Bonds are nothing but cheating chemically made imposters.

Michael C (us) wrote: Check out reviews on Redbox for this movie that was renamed Timekeeper.

Tim K (us) wrote: Considers an interesting debate - is it better to provide deaf children with the possibility of hearing or continue to raise them in the world of the deaf? The struggles to decide are smartly shown through two siblings and their families, leading to some scenes and thoughts which are truly heartbreaking.

Trevor D (ru) wrote: "House of Frankenstein" is a huge disappointment because it doesn't even deliver on its own premise by allowing the various monsters-- Dracula, the Wolf Man, the Creature-- to meet. That's ridiculous! But to be fair, taken for what it is and not what we all wanted it to be, it's decent enough. The pacing is choppy, feeling like several short films stitched together with Dr. Niemann's quest for revenge as the connective tissue. It continues the trend of the previous films as pulpy horror devoid of subtext, but at the very least Boris Karloff's turn as the evil Doctor is a delight (and, unsurprisingly, lightyears beyond any other actor in the film). Fun but forgettable.

Evan H (it) wrote: No real substance to the story but really loved the script and cast!