Tammy, starring Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon and Kathy Bates, is surprisingly good, despite its contrived plot. The film is classed as a comedy and it is funny, but it is also quite touching. For this reason alone perhaps a label of “dramedy” would be a better fit.
Quite possibly the best thing to come out of multiple streaming sites like Netflix and Amazon is the ability to binge watch programs to prepare for a new season, like Under the Dome and season two which will premiere on Monday June 30. Netflix is perhaps more attuned to this new pastime than Amazon but the second site is catching up fast.
A BET awards pre show party was marred by one man being killed and four more individuals being injured early Sunday morning, June 29, 2014. Los Angeles law enforcement officials stated that the shooting took place in East Hollywood. At 5:17 a.m. the police were asked to respond to reports of gunfire at the Monalizza Restaurant and Banquet Hall on 1161 North Vermont Avenue.
Two of the most promoted television shows on the small screen right now deal with an apocalyptic theme this summer, The Last Ship and The Strain. Both these programs deal, albeit very differently, with the possible extinction of mankind. Although it could be said that each show has a different sort of pandemic which threatens the survival of the human race.
Watching the screening of Earth to Echo, it became apparent that this was the millennial version of Steven Spielberg’s ET. While this may have seemed like a good idea at one time, the decision to make the film in the same “guerilla” style as Cloverfield detracted quite a lot from the enjoyment factor of the movie.
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