Watch: Tammy 2014 123movies, Full Movie Online – Tammy, who was recently fired from a Topper Jack’s fast food restaurant, returns home only to find her husband enjoying a romantic meal with the neighbor. She quickly packs her necessities, and travels down three houses to her parent’s home. Upon denied use of her mom’s car to drive to Niagara Falls, she quickly resorts to an “ailing” grandmother, who also lives in the home…Only instead of traveling alone, Grandma Pearl wants in on the road trip. After realizing Grandma Pearl has the funds, they hit the road. Pearl soon proves to be quite the alcoholic despite her diabetes, and Tammy quickly turns into the “baby-sitter.” From finding love in a bar to robbing a Topper Jack’s in order to bail Pearl out of jail,the quirky adventure will have you finding yourself riding along for the misadventures of Tammy..
Plot: For Tammy, a burger-joint employee, a bad day keeps getting worse. She wrecks her car, loses her job and finds that her husband has been unfaithful. It’s time for Tammy to hit the road, but without money or transportation, her options are limited. Her only choice is a road trip with her hard-drinking grandmother, Pearl, who has a car, cash and an itch to see Niagara Falls. It’s not the escape Tammy had in mind, but it may be what she needs.
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This script needed some major work
I’ve been a huge supporter of comedic actress Melissa McCarthy so far, but this may be the break. I’ll probably give her more chances, but this one’s a bit of a flop. It’s mostly due to the script, but it was written by McCarthy and her husband Ben Falcone (who also directed). They really needed some help with their script. Frankly, the movie is largely plot less, never getting its story off the ground, and, worst of all, it’s laughless. Identity Thief had a pretty awful script, too, but at least it brought the funny. The biggest problem here is that the story, as they have written it, should have been a dramedy. Instead, McCarthy and Falcone are not brave enough to embrace the dramatic aspects of the script. They’re dead-set on making a stupid, slapstick, R-rated comedy, and they aren’t going to let the audience feel any genuine emotion. Tammy begins with the protagonist (McCarthy) getting fired from her crappy, fast-food job only to go home and find her husband cheating on her. She walks a few houses down to her mom’s house, swearing she’s going to just leave. Her alcoholic grandmother (Susan Sarandon) is sick of it at her daughter’s house, too, so she decides to bankroll the operation. This movie would suck a whole lot more without Sarandon. She’s actually quite excellent, and has some complexities (she’s a major alcoholic, for one). What this movie needed to be about was the two of these people bonding. It has a certain charm when the two women are interacting. The problem is, neither of them is given enough background to characterize them. Every time they seem to be getting somewhere with either of the characters, like I said before, it feels like they get too afraid the audience might start to feel an emotion so they have Melissa McCarthy crash her jetski or something. And, again, like I said before, some of this crappiness in the script could have been alleviated if the film were just ever funny. There’s one sequence, where McCarthy has to rob a fast food restaurant, which provides some laughs, but the entire sequence was played in the trailer. Since it was the only really funny sequence, I can’t blame them. McCarthy’s brazenness was funny in her last two movies, but she kind of cranks the obnoxiousness up to eleven, particularly near the beginning. Oh, and then there’s the love interest, Mark Duplass. Man, are they ever unsure that they should allow him to have a romantic relationship with the overweight protagonist. Duplass himself always has a look on his face which says, “This is to fund my next mumblecore project,” and the character only seems to exist to stand there and tell McCarthy that she’s okay. He’s very much equivalent to the personality-less, female love interests in every other movie that’s been released this summer, except they seem to not be able to bring themselves to let the two form a romantic relationship on screen.
Not really funny at all
Now having seen all Melissa McCarthy’s movies, this and The Boss seemed to me the most unfunny movies she has ever been.
All starts when her bad luck gets her fires by her real-life husband Ben Falcone, and just continues to flat line faster and faster. I think after seeing this I just laughed maybe not even once. I don’t know if this was meant to be honestly funny or cutesy, but it seemed like it fell off the wagon.
Not really a movie I would recommend to others because the pace is too slow and makes you want to sleep through it. That bad.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (extended cut)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Ben Falcone
Writer Melissa McCarthy, Ben Falcone
Actors Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 7 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix SDDS, Datasat, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium XL2, Panavision Primo Lenses
Laboratory CineFilm Laboratory, Atlanta (GA), USA (processing), FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA (dailies)
Film Length 2,650.5 m (6 reels)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision3 200T 5213, Vision3 500T 5219)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (3-perf) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Kodak Vision 2383), D-Cinema