Tamara

Tamara

Tamara, an unattractive girl who is picked on by her peers, returns after her death as a sexy seductress to enact revenge.

Tamara, an unattractive girl, who frequently bears the brunt of her classmates' cruelty and is killed during a prank gone wrong, returns after her death as a sexy seductress to exact revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Steve H (ca) wrote: Good start....but what a shame i had to fast forward every time that awful out of place music came on. What could have been quite interesting was ruined by the crap pop music. This happened not in fights, but when they were talking! If it was instrumental stuff it would have been fine....but modern singing? It just ruined it. Saying that there was some nice scenery....but without spoiling the film lets just say that there's a guy who takes a laughable amount of time to die. Not thinking of watching this again soon.

Matheus V (jp) wrote: Raider de dead qualquer ok.

Thomas S (mx) wrote: can't get bored of it !

kerry L (ag) wrote: i saw this movie and didnt realli know what to think as a horror it was okie made me jump in parts, but the make up was bad i mean super bad! but it wasnt a completely bad film! wudnt watch it agen tho! and i doubt it wud make much money but if i happen to come across it i recommend watchin it even if it is for a laugh! lol

Byron B (us) wrote: Last year I read Anthony Shaffer's play about two men in a battle of wits to see which one can get the most twisted revenge on the other. I then saw this 2007 remake and, finally, watched the better 1972 adaptation. Jude Law was born in the same month that the older adaptation was originally released in the U.S., so both were 34 years old when this was released (Law was also a producer). In fact Michael Caine is older in this movie than Laurence Olivier was when he played Andrew Wyke and Jude Law is younger than Michael Caine was when he played Milo Tindle, so there is a wider age gap. Harold Pinter added his comedy of menace to the original play, which results in lots of tech surveillance replacing the toys and knick-knacks described in the initial set dressing as well as bisexual manipulation inserted into the game of one-upmanship, which doesn't fit or seem truthful at all. There's a lot of darkness, blues, and grainy security cam footage. Kenneth Branagh directs in a way that doesn't feel very fresh, new, or exciting, despite the high-tech gadgetry. Even though this version is quite a bit shorter than the other one, it drags interminably in places.

Brandon S (nl) wrote: The original shockumentary has lost some it's luster over time, but still packs a little bit of a punch at times. Freeform documentary that goes all over the world to shine some light on odd practices, rituals, and some acts by ridiculous rich people. Worth a look for all film enthuists.

Miguel R (gb) wrote: Arthur Christmas is a decent Holiday movie for the whole family to enjoy

Kieran F (mx) wrote: A suspense thriller that never really picked up for me, a twist that you can see coming from the beginning!!

Garry A (gb) wrote: Cracking Irish horror. No idea why it has such a low score on Netflix and IMDB as I really enjoyed it. Best horror flick ending since The Mist too.

Andy F (ru) wrote: Has some original ideas and creepy scenes but despite its modern feel ultimately this horror film treads down a well worn path in terms of its subject matter.