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Movie Reviews with the KORN Morning Show: “Tammy”

Every week Robb, Joanna, Kirstin and Canary Keri hang out at Canary Creek Cinemas to see a new movie and then review it here for YOU on KORNCountry.com!

This week:

After losing her job and learning that her husband has been unfaithful, a woman hits the road with her profane, hard-drinking grandmother.

Tammy is showing NOW at Canary Creek Cinemas! Click HERE for showtimes!

Robb’s Review

…doesn’t exist because he’s having vacation shenanigans.

Canary Keri’s Review   4 of 5

First of all I Love, Love, Love the cast!! I enjoy the humor of Melissa McCarthy, throw in Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates, Ben Falcone and the surprise (to me, at least) appearance of Dan Aykroyd as Tammy’s Dad!!! What an amazing cast!! This movie definitely had me laughing out loud at so many points during the show and one particular scene that I found myself going from one extreme to another in my emotional spectrum. I have to agree with Kirsten and give credit to the fabulous soundtrack for “Tammy”!!

Joanna’s Review    3 of 5

There were so many things I loved about this movie! If I were to choose a cast from a movie to hang out with, I would most certainly consider the cast from “Tammy”.  As the opening credits rolled, I squealed with glee every time another great actor’s name popped up on the screen. If you love Melissa McCarthy you will laugh throughout the entire movie, as I did. I adore her! And I especially love seeing her and husband Ben, director of the film, doing comedic ad-libbed scenes together. While this isn’t my new favorite comedy, I DID find it pretty darn funny. Sorry to everyone who was in the theater and had to listen to me giggle for 96 minutes. 😉

Kirstin’s Review   3 of 5

I’m new to Melissa McCarthy’s work but just like everybody else I find her hilarious and relate-able. “Tammy” might be just another lovable loser flick, but it’s refreshing to see something other than a super model down on her luck, looking for love in all the wrong places. “Tammy” is a very genuine story of a woman who doesn’t quite know what she is or where she’s going, she’s just blindly looking for something, anything, other than her terrible life. “Tammy” takes a bit of patience for someone that’s new to the Melissa McCarthy humor formula, but the funny moments are FUNNY and it’s well worth the adjustment!

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