Melissa McCarthy's latest film Tammy hits theaters today, and so far critics are feeling pretty meh about the film the comedian wrote, produced, and starred in with her husband Ben Falcone onboard as co-writer and director. McCarthy has been on a steady rise to mainstream fame since her breakout role in 2011's Bridesmaids, so the critical reception to Tammy — which ranges from drab to mildly entertained — is a bit of a letdown considering all the hype around the idea of McCarthy writing and starring in her own movie. Most critics seem to agree on three things: McCarthy gives a solid but sometimes confusing performance, Susan Sarandon [...]
With SNL's 39th season coming to a close, we're taking a look at the past season with a series of posts examining the highs, lows, and other memorable moments from the past eight months. Here, we look at each episode as a whole, ranking them in order of overall success and positive resonance with viewers.
Obviously comedy is subjective, and everyone watches SNL looking for different things — this list is just one of many you can find online. As far as we're concerned, things like musical guests, surprise cameos, and drama surrounding the show are less important than the plain-and-simple comedy aspects of an episode: How many sketches had [...]
This is the second trailer for Melissa McCarthy's new movie, Tammy, and the first real glimpse of it we've seen besides a short teaser released earlier this year. Set to come out on 4th of July weekend, Tammy has all the trappings of a 4th of July movie: fireworks, jet skis, and a fast food restaurant robbery.
This week's SNL host Melissa McCarthy dropped by Late Night to play "Box of Lies" with Jimmy Fallon, a game with a very long list of instructions that pays off with the face McCarthy makes as she tries to convince Fallon that a bag of joints is actually a Dixie cup dispenser.