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    Tammy Tiehel, Producer: My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York. Grew up in suburban Philadelphia. Bachelor of Arts from Washington College in​. Bianca Nawrath Luna Fankhauser 10 episodes, Lea Zoë Voss Tammy 8 episodes, Aleksandar Jovanovic Tanzlehrer Dinko 7 episodes, Directed by David Vandervoort. With Minnie Goode, Ruff Jackson, Tammy Hicks. In the bowels of a faceless and overpopulated metropolis, a dexterous.

    For what McCarthy called her passion project, I felt like she almost didn't even want to be there. Susan Sarandon co-stars as the grandmother, whose character must have been a grandmother at age thirty by the looks of it.

    Bates and Baker specifically were very good, but were given way too little time on screen, and I was legitimately surprised Aykroyd and Colette even agreed to do this movie considering what they were given.

    Director, supporting actor, co-writer, and husband to star Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone, attempted something different with his directorial debut, and that's where "Tammy" hurt more than anywhere else.

    What was advertised was an R-rated comedy, where you sit down to laugh at stupid people doing stupid things, and Falcone embraced that.

    Where he faulted was also trying to make this movie heartfelt with a good message behind it. What resulted was a 96 minute film where I didn't care for the characters or laugh a single time.

    I applaud Falcone for experimenting, but he should have realized that it didn't work and take advantage of the reshoot that they took to make some much needed changes.

    I was very put off by "Tammy". I'm not a very big fan of the R- rated comedy genre in the first place, but I still laugh as the filmmakers blatantly attempt to elicit that reaction.

    Unfortunately, "Tammy" was not funny, and that can be a problem when that's the only reason somebody will go see this movie.

    So as I walked out of the theater I finally laughed as some bloopers began to play and my friend aptly stated: "Let's go.

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    External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. After getting fired and finding out her husband is cheating, Tammy hits the road with her profane, alcoholic grandmother.

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    Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Tammy Susan Sarandon Pearl Kathy Bates Lenore Allison Janney Deb Dan Aykroyd Don Mark Duplass Police Officer uncredited Clare Halstead Dancer uncredited Patricia Hewitt Market Patron uncredited Jeff Hill Francis uncredited Joseph Milton Hodges Jr.

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    Townfolk uncredited Randi Langdon Niagara Falls Tourist uncredited Henry Lawrence Restaurant Diner uncredited Leila Lottering Waitress at Bar uncredited Karen Malina Waitress uncredited William t.

    Bar Dancer uncredited John Merical Topper Jack Patron uncredited Joe Montanti Morningside Guard uncredited James Nass Grandparent uncredited Gary N.

    Bar Patron uncredited David Pascua Tourist uncredited Matt Perkinson Park Patron uncredited Jenna Perusich Ski Burger Girl uncredited Danecka Peyton Staff Server uncredited Loretta Pindt July 4th Party Goer uncredited Namiah Potter Leland House Clerk uncredited Darrell Rackley Coffee Vendor at Park uncredited Selena V.

    Arresting Cop uncredited J. Kentucky Trooper uncredited Katie Sawhill Lady in Bathroom uncredited David Schifter Drunk Single Guy uncredited Anne Schmitt Party Flasher uncredited Paul Shaplin Cook uncredited Emily Shaules Party Guest uncredited Jon Shelton Blue Post Customer uncredited Amy Smith Pedestrian uncredited Rob Springer Gene the Cook uncredited Alexia Stip Playground Kid uncredited Kristina Tonkowska Camper uncredited Shelby Townsend Canoe Teen uncredited Patrick Veihmeyer Bar Patron uncredited A.

    Tourist uncredited Kathy Walton Blue Post Customer uncredited Diana Ward Lake Teen uncredited Angela Waters Inmate - prisoner uncredited Heidi Sneed Webb Restaurant Patron uncredited Angela Marie Williams Market Shopper uncredited Ben Yemba Prison Guard uncredited Bryce Zentkovich Playground Kid 2 uncredited Julie Zimmer Malan Kate Shorter Tobias Denney Kyle Lewis Patrick McCormack Peter King Niagara Fall's unit Mark Graves Daniel Scaringi Michael Hewett Reggie Hayes Auron Lisa McNeil Dawson Eric Wojtanik Edit page.

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    Lunchroom Lady uncredited Kaitlyn Ervin Lake Teen uncredited Carolyn Foland Dancer uncredited Tom Gore Dancer uncredited Randy Grazio Police Officer uncredited Clare Halstead Dancer uncredited Patricia Hewitt Market Patron uncredited Jeff Hill Francis uncredited Joseph Milton Hodges Jr.

    Dancer uncredited Gerald Jackson Vendor uncredited Mary-Jo Jackson Market Folk uncredited Caroline Kahn Market Person uncredited Emily E. Townfolk uncredited Randi Langdon Niagara Falls Tourist uncredited Henry Lawrence Restaurant Diner uncredited Leila Lottering Waitress at Bar uncredited Karen Malina Waitress uncredited William t.

    Bar Dancer uncredited John Merical Topper Jack Patron uncredited Joe Montanti Morningside Guard uncredited James Nass Grandparent uncredited Gary N.

    Bar Patron uncredited David Pascua Tourist uncredited Matt Perkinson Park Patron uncredited Jenna Perusich Ski Burger Girl uncredited Danecka Peyton Staff Server uncredited Loretta Pindt July 4th Party Goer uncredited Namiah Potter Leland House Clerk uncredited Darrell Rackley Coffee Vendor at Park uncredited Selena V.

    Arresting Cop uncredited J. Kentucky Trooper uncredited Katie Sawhill Lady in Bathroom uncredited David Schifter Drunk Single Guy uncredited Anne Schmitt Party Flasher uncredited Paul Shaplin Cook uncredited Emily Shaules Party Guest uncredited Jon Shelton Blue Post Customer uncredited Amy Smith Pedestrian uncredited Rob Springer Gene the Cook uncredited Alexia Stip Playground Kid uncredited Kristina Tonkowska Camper uncredited Shelby Townsend Canoe Teen uncredited Patrick Veihmeyer Overall I'd say that literally any activity is a better investment of time than watching this movie.

    MikeC19 4 July I went into this movie feeling like it might be underwhelming. I'd heard bad things. A boss of mine tried to steer me away from this movie, but I figured I'd see it anyway.

    I've gone to McCarthy's movies for a while now, and some of them are relatively amusing on some spectrum. Well, this was a pretty unfunny affair.

    It was almost kind of depressing. Should be funny right? It's not. It's uneven, too. It tries to make you care about the characters when they get sad for a moment, but that doesn't work.

    I don't think I truly laughed once watching this. The Good: Good actors, despite a bad script. The Bad: Script is terrible and unfunny.

    Just depressing from beginning to the end. What a piece of garbage. How does this stuff get produced,even with the marketing lure of sucking in the punters?

    Crap, crap and more crap. Shame on you all, yes you McCarthy, Sarandon and all the other names, what a cynical cash-in and self destructive exercise this is.

    No wonder the folks don't go to the cinema any more. How can you look at the paying public again with any sense of self worth? This is just crude garbage to rake in dollars with no redemptive value at all.

    It negates all aspects of acting and movie making in every sense. You all deserve to be wrapped in toilet paper and flushed away, along with every former dollar you ever made.

    You've all stabbed your audience quite knowingly in the back. Merang0 6 July It's a simple little black comedy with some really good actors!

    There are some extremely funny moments, but most importantly there is a story to follow that pretty much keeps on track.

    What's different about Tammy is how alcohol can really effect a family. You know, if this movie had a tone and stuck to it, this might have been an enjoyable flick to watch.

    But first, it tries to be slapstick-like at the beginning, then more light-hearted in giving the characters a good time, and then a little dramatic concerning the near-death of one of those characters.

    The result: Tammy is mostly boring even at a little over 90 minutes. And some of their dialogue exchanges had some charm.

    But mostly, I was just underwhelmed by the whole thing. Oh, and Dan Aykroyd as McCarthy's father was a not-too-inspired cameo.

    So on that note, I can't recommend Tammy. I was hesitant to go see Tammy, because in all honesty, the previews did not appeal to me.

    They did not encourage me to want to see what else it had to offer, but, I went with someone else who really is a huge McCarthy fan. From the moment the movie started, it was obvious that this movie would be nothing but mocking an overweight, impulsive, and seemingly uneducated woman.

    From her disheveled appearance, her hitting a dear and blowing on it's nose to give it CPR, her walking into her job getting fired and throwing ketchup packets at the boss and contaminating all the food?

    It was not funny- It was sad that the writers would think it was funny and it had me shaking my head that THIS is what they thought was funny.

    Then, she "runs away" by going on a road trip with her grandma- Susan Sarandon really??? She did not look old enough to be a grandma- but honestly- I don't know who else could've pulled off her crassness through the movie.

    I liked the little romance that was thrown in, though Billy's obvious opinion of Tammy at the beginning only reinforces the stereotype they were trying to portray in her - overweight, impulsive, and uneducated.

    Later it seems he is drawn to her confidence and outgoing nature. She doesn't care what people think about her and he likes that.

    The problem I really have with this movie is not only the way Tammy is portrayed, but the ending Her grandmother says some very hurtful things in regards to Tammy's weight, which as an overweight girl myself, hit close to home.

    And then it made me see- that the movie itself didn't target this character "Tammy" but overweight, outgoing, women who are confident in themselves and go along in life not caring what people think about them.

    I left the movie not laughing, but feeling sorry for Tammy. I am glad she found love, but the way she got there and the things her Grandma said to her will stay with her for some time I am sure.

    But what about those of us who are overweight who went into this movie- will the words her grandma spoke stay with us as well? I'm beginning to think that I've seen the extent of Melissa McCarthy's range as a comic actress.

    Tammy is not so different than any of the other characters that she has played. McCarthy once again plays a rude, crude, socially awkward character, who is the least self-aware person in the universe she inhabits.

    But the major flaw in this movie is that it can't decide what kind of film it wants to be. It is part slapstick, part romantic comedy, part melodrama and part farce.

    It is so all over the map that it is surprising that actresses of Susan Sarandon and Kathy Bates' caliber would agree to be a part of this after reading the script.

    Allison Janney is completely wasted in the handful of scenes that she is in. This is just an all-around lackluster movie and that made this, at a little over ninety minutes feel like two and a half hours.

    I think that like most people, I was drawn in by the funny trailer. Please know that they used all the funny scenes IN the trailer, so save yourself some time.

    Watch the trailer again and skip the movie. Mrkyleolson 6 July Getting fired at a fast food joint and coming home to a cheating husband, Tammy decides to join up with her alcoholic, diabetic, drug using Grandma to Niagra Falls.

    Seriously, that is the plot of the movie. Every pathetic conflict that Tammy throws at us is resolved 13 seconds later. Jet Ski crashes into pier shown in preview?

    Oh well, not a problem, we will buy the jet ski. Grandma drinking and thrown in jail, and have no money to bail her out?

    Bailed out by random guy who Tammy talked to her at a dive bar in Louisville. Going to jail because Tammy robbed a fast food joint with a gun shown in preview?

    No problem, just jump cut instantly to Tammy being released and everyone doesn't care. And there's a love interest in this movie and it is so poorly done, I can't explain it because it just made me salty.

    To simply put it, there is a better love story in the Expendables than this. An overweight actor, who was funny the first time we saw him, rolled around for a bit to get us to laugh.

    Except, I didn't laugh at Tammy. Please save your money, wait for it to come to Red Box, rent it, and destroy it. That is the only way our society will move on.

    I really enjoyed this movie. I admit I wasn't constantly laughing at her jokes, like I have in the past, but I was still entertained and pulled into the story every step of the way.

    It's a story about discovery and growth, like any good road trip story. The bonus is that McCarthy and Sarandon were not scared to play the best and worst of their characters, and they do it well and with abandoned enthusiasm.

    McCarthy has always been able to make me laugh, but in this movie I actually cried as much as I laughed. For instance, there is a scene where she cries over a loss, and she is full-out crying - just like I would be in that scenario - and it hit that emotional button in me.

    I don't understand why there are so many negative reviews of this movie. It's like people had too high of expectations or, as I have seen with some reviewers, they just do not like McCarthy and would have hated the movie no matter what she did.

    The movie was made to be a classic road trip movie with adventures, mishaps, and growth. It delivers on that promise and uses a great cast to do it.

    NinaLebowski 7 November For me this movie classifies as a "stupid comedy" my favourite is Dodgeball and within this "genre" I found it to be very enjoyable.

    The film's a mess, everyone in it is a mess, but somehow the whole thing works. It's crazy, it's ridiculous, it's predictable and sloppy, but I love it!

    I also think that McCarthy and Sarandon have great chemistry - unlike basically everyone else who watched this movie it would seem - and I really enjoyed how this comedy focused on interesting women for once.

    Granted it's not perfect, but it's definitely one for the re-watch folder for me. Rotund woman named Tammy, an ill-tempered harpy who could be the poster child for bad luck, loses her car, her job and her husband in one day; she hits the road with her grandmother, who provides the bankroll and the wheels for an adventure in Niagara Falls.

    Star Melissa McCarthy, who also co-wrote and co-produced this alleged comedy, must bear most of the blame for what has ended up on-screen: a one-note journey about a perpetual whiner who is all-too-comfortable living in her own filth.

    Occasionally, and unbelievably, "Tammy" tries to work pathos into its barrage of insults, put-downs and rude behavior. In these incidences, when McCarthy puts on a poor face, I think the film is actually even more offensive than when our loser heroine is cursing out the world or dancing in a parking lot with a paper bag over her head.

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