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Actors of "Tamara Drewe"
Characters of "Tamara Drewe"
Directors of "Tamara Drewe"Stephen FrearsBirthdate: 20 June 1941, Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK
Creators of "Tamara Drewe"Posy SimmondsBirthdate: 9 August 1945, Berkshire, England, UKMoira BuffiniBirthdate: 1965, Cheshire, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Tamara Drewe"St. Louis Post-DispatchDecember 17, 2010
"Tamara Drewe" is a wickedly smart hybrid of a literary roundelay and a postfeminist manifesto.Detroit NewsNovember 12, 2010
There's a whiff of desperation behind the comic romp Tamara Drewe that gives it some unexpected sting.Chicago ReaderNovember 12, 2010
This screen adaptation by director Stephen Frears successfully re-creates the strip's pastoral tone and cheeky humor.Seattle TimesNovember 04, 2010
The film lacks Frears' usual master touch; it often feels flat and self-conscious, in a way that the book never does.Philadelphia InquirerNovember 04, 2010
While no one would celebrate Tamara Drewe as a great movie, it is a reliable dispenser of visual and erotic pleasures.Globe and MailOctober 29, 2010
You know where you're going in territory that's actually more Jane Austen than Hardy, but Frears makes the most of the many bumps and twists.Philadelphia WeeklyMay 03, 2015
The project has a slapdash, good-enough-for-government work feel to it.Film Comment MagazineJuly 12, 2013
A judicious comic actor, Arterton plays the eponymous Tamara, who throws a small English village into a tizzy when she returns from London to put the family cottage on the market.Tribune News ServiceJanuary 16, 2013
The overripe Arterton is put on glorious display, but... there's little joy and not much romp in this cluttered sex farce.Shared DarknessMay 15, 2012
Frears' loose-limbed film, while warm and fitfully witty, feels consistently and steadfastly like less than the sum of its parts.Reel Film ReviewsNovember 02, 2011
It's only as the narrative adopts an increasingly episodic feel that one's interest begins to wane...EricDSnider.comApril 04, 2011
It's a fine diversion filled with silly people following their silly desires.
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