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Tammy Banks' (Melissa McCarthy) life isn't exactly glamorous and when life throws her some unexpected curveballs, she heads out on the road trip of a lifetime in Tammy. After hitting a deer on the way to work and turning up late, Tammy finds herself jobless, but things are about to go from bad to worse when she finds out her husband is having an affair. What's a girl to do? In Tammy's case, she runs off to borrow her parents' car, in order to skip town and run away from her problems. When her parents refuse to support Tammy's directionless plan, Grandma Pearl (Susan Sarandon) comes to the rescue, on the condition that she can come along for the ride...Click here for more
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Filmed over the course of twelve years with the same cast, Boyhood is a story about growing up, as told through the eyes of a child. Ellar Coltrane makes his breakthrough performance as Mason Jr., a boy who literally grows up on-screen, right before your eyes. Starting at the age of five and continuing until he is eighteen and is no longer a child, his adolescence is affected by many factors, such as his parents' divorce, his mother's desire to give herself and her children a better life, and his father's irresponsibility. As the circumstances of his life change, so does his relationship with his family members...Click here for more
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Andrew (Miles Teller) lives and breathes music, aspiring to become the greatest jazz drummer who ever lived. When Andrew enrolls in a prestigious music academy to pursue his dreams, he gets more than he could have ever bargained for. Andrew finds himself under the unforgiving tutelage of Terrence Fletcher (J.K. Simmons), one of the most respected professors in the entire school, equally known for his talents and his terrifying teaching methods. Fletcher does not hold back on his students, even resorting to physical and verbal abuse in order to get them to perform to his standards. Andrew must literally put his blood, sweat and tears into his performance in order to reach his potential and please Fletcher...Click here for more
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