Rated R · 97 minutes · 2014

In 2011, the American moviegoing public opened it’s arms and embraced the sassy and fabulous Melissa McCarthy when she appeared in Bridesmaids. We laughed at her gruff role alongside prim and proper Sandra Bullock in The Heat. When Identity Thief was released, we started shuffling uncomfortably and looking at our watches. Now, with the release of Tammy, we’re going to briskly walk out the door and not look back. McCarthy plays the title character, a dimwitted fast-food employee who loses her job before the opening credits have ended. She manages to wreck her car and she finds out her husband has been fooling around on her. Together with her boozin’ grandmother (a horribly miscast Susan Sarandon), the two go on a road trip and irritate everybody. McCarthy co-wrote this with her husband, Ben Falcone, who also directed. I’m guessing they didn’t have anybody around to simply tell them “no
Official Site: tammymovie.warnerbros.com
Director: Ben Falcone
Producer: Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Melissa McCarthy, Rob Cowan, Ben Falcone, Chris Henchy, Kevin Messick, Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener and Michael Disco
Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates, Allison Janney, Dan Aykroyd, Mark Duplass, Gary Cole, Toni Collette, Nat Faxon, Sandra Oh, Ben Falcone, Sarah Baker, Rich Williams, Steve Little, Dakota Lee, Mark L. Young and Mia Frampton



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Inlander Sad Clown Melissa McCarthy provides laughs, albeit shallow ones, in Tammy by Scott Renshaw 07/02/2014
The Coast Halifax Tammy You can watch Melissa McCarthy play a bull in a china shop character at least one more time, and you should by Tara Thorne 07/10/2014
Salt Lake City Weekly Tammy I’m happy to live in a world where Melissa McCarthy can be a movie star. Even if you assume that she’s working a single stock character—an irrationally confident force of nature whose size might be used for physical punch lines—it’s baby steps of progress that she can now headline a Hollywood comedy that in years past might only have gone to a male comedian. by Scott Renshaw 07/02/2014
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Creative Loafing Charlotte Tammy not worth getting to know Rating: *1/2 by Matt Brunson 07/03/2014

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