Openings in Columbia SC: America; Deliver Us From Evil; Earth to Echo; Tammy

By Free Times
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Tammy (R)


America Director behind the conservative schlock-fest 2016: Obama’s America envisions the world without his infallible nation. (PG-13) (AMC Dutch Square, Regal Columbiana, Regal Sandhill)

Deliver Us From Evil Demonic possession spreads zombie-style through New York City. Cue the over-the-top scares. (R) (Regal Columbia, AMC Dutch Square, Carmike 14, Regal Pastime Pavilion, Regal Sandhill)

Earth to Echo Straying slightly from E.T.’s formula, a group of kids help an alien robot reunite with his people. (PG-13) (Regal Columbia, AMC Dutch Square, Regal Columbiana, Regal Pastime Pavilion, Regal Sandhill)

Tammy Once more, Melissa McCarthy plays an unhinged vagabond in what promises to be a laugh-a-minute thrill ride. (R) (Regal Columbia, AMC Dutch Square, Regal Columbiana, Regal Pastime Pavilion, Regal Sandhill)

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