Tammy Synopsis
A woman hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother.
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MAA-Melissa McCarthy fan

By marriolareview
LOVED THIS MOVIE!!! Melissa McCarthy was AWESOME AS USUAL! Susan & Kathy were great too! I loved & cried & laughed again! Perfect kind of movie for me!!!??????????...


By JJoyce65
I thought this film was great with a terrific multi-layered script and a great cast. I have been a great fan of Melissa McCarthy for some time and find she never disappoints. Also I knew before I...


By evelycious
not that funny....

Tammy was a total bust

By mississipwoman
This is the first time I've actually taken time to write a review. Tammy was by far the worst movie I've seen this year. I was extremely disappointed. It was so bad, several people got up and left...

got old and tired quick

By alcsmith
I love Melissa McCarthy and think she is funny. However, I can't stand the GD or excessive cursing. This movie started off cute/funny then it became too predictable. Our guest also I noticed quite...

Worst movie EVER

By buzzfink
I would rather have a root canal done than see this again....

1 1/2 hours of my life I wil never get back...

By mikey0613
Don't get me wrong, this movie has a few funny pieces, but not enough to consider it comedy.. this felt forced and drawn out... I left the movie literally feeling like I just wasted 1 1/2 hours of...

Hmmm .... Not so good

By firstvrm
I'm generally a big fan of Melissa McCarthy but this one definitely fell short. All the funny parts were in the commercials (which was about 15 min of the movie) .... the rest was just "blah"...


By rebeccassloop1
There were a few funny parts but not a lot....


By mizaro
It seemed to start good, then got slow and centered around her grandmother that looks young enough to be her Mom, characters where mixed up, yes there some funny moments, but nothing that will make...

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Rated R | For Sexual References and Language
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