Tammy Tell Me True

Tammy Tell Me True

Tammy leaves the river in Mississippi to attend college, developing a relationship with Tom Freeman (John Gavin). Sandra Dee replaces Debbie Reynolds in this and the third Tammy movie. This film introduces both a new theme song, "Tammy Tell Me True", and the character of Mrs. Annie Call, played by veteran Beulah Bondi. Mrs. Call ultimately moves in with Tammy at the Ellen B. and would be the catalyst for the events in the following film, "Tammy and The Doctor".

Tammy leaves the river in Mississippi to attend college, developing a relationship with Tom Freeman (John Gavin). Sandra Dee replaces Debbie Reynolds in this and the third Tammy movie. This... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Martine I (de) wrote: esta muy buena , obiamente la primera es la mejor

David C (kr) wrote: Amazing actors and a great story. I love watching this movie

Mitch A (nl) wrote: Richard Roeper's favorite movie

Greg W (br) wrote: others compare this to "invasion of the body snatchers" but i thought it more like "the blob"

Benjamin B (us) wrote: Interesting and absurdly surreal film. Bod Ford slowly goes nuts as the film progresses, and it really shows as he flips from homicidal to confused and dopey in mere moments. Filled with interesting psychological depth and homo-eroticism. Great debut by Fuller.

David S (jp) wrote: The title character's romantic quest works quite well once it gets started, but it's the first 35-ish minutes of set-up that precedes the quest that drags the movie down.

Nathaniel S (nl) wrote: Before Sunset is the sequel to the compelling and terribly romantic Before Sunrise. To tell you the truth I did not expect the sequel to be as good as the original, and I based that assumption on the fact that the original was first and foremost a modern day classic, and the fact that sequels are generally not as good. However, there are always exceptions to the rule. I am not going to say that this film is better, but it is no worse either. It manages to equal it's predecessor perfectly and the best part is that it was 9 years since the first film was released and we are taken on a journey where we, like the characters, truly feel aged and more in tune with the world. The film Before Sunset takes place in Paris as the two lovers Jessie (Hawke) and Celine (Julie) reunite after Jessie finishes talking about his recent bestselling book 'This Time,' which is based on that magical night that he and Celine shared nine years ago in Vienna. This time he sees her smiling at him from the back of the store, and for a moment it is as if time had stopped. He later confessed that he wrote the book in the hopes that he would see her again. Well that book accomplished its primary goal. We are treated to a few questions about the book at the beginning and we get three different view points. The first is from a romantic sure that they would meet each other 6 months after their promise, the other a cynic who is sure that they didn't, and the last a middle man who wants to believe but knows that they more than likely didn't. Well sadly the cynic proved to be right initially; they did not meet. Although we learn that he did come to Vienna and she did not because of the death of her grandmother. Jessie shows no outward pain, but it is clear from the comments that he makes throughout the film that this had hurt him and haunted him for nine years. We catch up with their lives and initially they are talking about the better aspects of it as they talk about the normal topics that arise between a couple that is older: politics, their jobs, their relationships, kids, and we learn that Jessie is married with a son while Celine has a relationship with a photographer that is often gone. The whole place, like the previous film, is done in real time as they talk under the beautiful streets of Paris. This time though there is a sense of bitterness. They have aged and so have we. Whereas Vienna was practically a city of enchantment that night, Paris is like a wistful beauty that only symbolizes everything that they had missed those nine years and they are really just living in the past of what was so pure and beautiful and trying to get it back. In the previous film Before Sunrise, they are young twenty somethings that are really naive and excited talking about the grand future that they have prepared and why not? They have their whole lives ahead of them. Time flies and here they are at the age of thirty two and we learn that Celine is in a relationship that she is not really into as with all her other relationships, and Jessie is really in a loveless marriage and is staying only for the sake of his son. Their lives have not turned out the way they had planned and it all revolves around that one fateful night. They cannot shake off the feeling that they should have been together. The most powerful moment of the film is on the boat when Jessie finally lets it out with a pained smile full of agony and full of that "what if" asking her "Why couldn't you have been there?" He knows that things would have been different, but like Celine mentions it is better to not think about the past in that sense because that will bring nothing but pain. However, they cannot escape it and they know that a piece of them was left there that night. Perhaps all their romantic ideals were left in Vienna for nothing had captured their hearts before or since. Celine yells at him in the car that her problems in her love life are due to that night and her troubles have begun again because of that book. They are clearly in love and they are not changing that view point anytime soon. All of this leads up to an excellent ending that I will not disclose. This film's use of dialogue is again the focal point because that is all this film is: one giant conversation as Jessie and Celine catch up and fall in love all over again. This time the conversation is less youthful and less steeped with the romance of two young lovers. It is the conversation of a man and a woman who have experienced much in their near decade apart and have had their moments of pain and anguish while searching for meaning in their lives. The film has a somber tone to it, but it retains a hopefulness, or maybe it is just the after effects of a remembering something beautiful and letting the distant feeling of it take you just for a moment while you slowly comes to terms with the fact that it is the past and it is never coming back. Yes it is bitter sweet but that is the reality of it and it is a good reality because it holds not delusions of magic and unrealistic movie romance. It tries its best to make sure that the situations are believable and they do so almost too well. There is still that hope though. Still that connection and feeling that something can still happen at the right time if they just decide that they can give it a chance. However, at what cost? Before Sunset is one of the most romantic and well acted movies that have been released in the past twenty years. The team of Hawke and Delpy match that of a Gable/Leigh, a Bogart/Bergman, and a DiCaprio/Winslet. They are almost perfectly in sync with everything that is going on around them and they react to each other as if they had been doing this for decades. There is something sweet when the actors have a chemistry that strong and it shows on the screen. I think that it will someday be considered a true classic and even if there are those that have not seen it, when it is played years from now it will retain that freshness and still touch those that take a chance on small budgets films that are really diamonds. You just got to look hard enough.

Sharku T (ca) wrote: This one brings a new elements in to wizardying world. Love and jealousy.

Thomas T (mx) wrote: I feel the need to defend this film from ridiculous criticism. Some have criticized this for being unoriginal, for being bland, for being emotionless. And I understand where that is coming from. This movie certainly is not everyone's cup of tea.This film seems to be getting a lot of unfair criticism simply for sharing characteristics with action films. It seems to be a victim of genre fatigue. The same fatigue affecting Resident Evil, Underworld, and Jupiter Ascending.As for Aaron Eckhart, sometimes it can be difficult to figure out if the emotionless nature of a character is the fault of the actor, director, or just the intended nature of the character. In I, Frankenstein, it seems to be intentional and I feel like this doesn't hurt the character considering his origins and typical portrayals. Nobody should have been expecting to see an emotional Frankenstein.As for the movie out of context of it's criticism, I found the action to be entertaining, the characters slightly less compelling than they should have been, the villain to be typical, but still effective, the effects to be impressive, the tone to be fitting, the internal politics to be interesting, the mythology to be a little mediocre, and the streets of Paris to be inexplicably empty.

Esai T (br) wrote: Classic typical teenage horror flick. Great movie.

Charlie G (fr) wrote: Been done before. How many times can they redo the same plot?

Ryan A (de) wrote: best movie ever. the ship about titanic sank with iceberg