Transcript for Insomniac Theater: 'Earth to Echo' and 'Tammy'
Time now for our special pre fourth of July holiday edition of insomniac theater and with so many films getting a jump start of the holiday weekend so our week starting with a modern take on -- -- five slammed the classic. Eighteen may have phoned home but this little guy is using is Smart -- earth to go followed that familiar storyline. A group of kids who deep -- bizarre series of encrypted messages embarking on their adventure with an eight million. Who needs their help. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Team like us. Scene but soldiers were cool. So far the critics are mixed with rotten tomatoes giving birth to echo only 58%. Approval rating -- were polled writes in the New York Times. A chipper -- knock -- of classic suburban adventure movies. But sandy Angela Chan writes the Washington Post despite its closet recycle parts. Earth to echo is engaging -- not to impress preteen audiences and this talented enough to please their parents. Next up something a bit more grown up. In Tammy Melissa McCarthy plays the title character. After losing her job finding out her husband has been cheating on her Tammy hits the road with -- hard drinking grandmother played by Susan Sarandon. But it's not exactly the kind of get away she was hoping for. Marked one national forest. Mean we in Missouri we live in the wrong direction and you do know Mark Twain is -- Knew this. Good guy. Did -- day. The critics are already panting -- giving it only 24% approval on rotten tomatoes -- terrible could. Since -- -- a bull's -- dot com has this singer. Sitting through McCarthy's latest movie is about as pleasant. Is getting a colonoscopy after eating Indian take shuttle -- it -- and we head to look long and hard to find this sort of good review. Randy Myers of the San Jose Mercury news writing Tammy is all over the map but mostly and a good way. She is funny and writes he's so good I love her movies I think she's hilarious. And I should also mention earth to echo is my dad buyer parent company Disney so. To -- that you take your kids to them. Probably not. There are twelve and we want to get -- Disney movies.
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