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THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN Trailer Starring Milo Ventimiglia

Based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein, THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN is a heartfelt tale narrated by a witty and philosophical dog named Enzo (voiced by Kevin Costner ). Through his bond with his owner, Denny Swift ( Milo Ventimiglia ), an aspiring Formula One race car driver, Enzo has gained tremendous insight into the human condition and understands that the techniques needed on the racetrack can also be used to successfully navigate the journey of life. The film follows Denny and the loves of his life - his wife, Eve ( Amanda Seyfried ), their young daughter Zoe ( Ryan Kiera Armstrong ), and ultimately, his true best friend, Enzo. Discuss this with fellow SJF fans on Facebook . On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms Please Leave A Comment-

THE BRONZE On Blu-ray, DVD & Digital August 2nd

THE BRONZE d ebuts on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital August 2 in Time for Summer Olympics Fever Also Starring Gary Cole, Thomas Middleditch, Sebastian Stan, Cecily Strong , and Haley Lu Richardson with Cameos from Olympic Gymnasts Dominique Dawes, Dominique Moceanu and Olga Korbut . THE BRONZE – co-written by and starring Melissa Rauch (TV’s “The Big Bang Theory”) – delivers big laughs and some off-the-wall gymnastics on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital August 2 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The irreverent comedy, which was the Opening Night film of Sundance 2015, follows a washed-up gymnast whose local celebrity status is threatened by a younger athlete whose star begins to rise in town. The film also features Gary Cole (TV’s “Veep,” Office Space), Thomas Middleditch (The Final Girls, TV’s “Silicon Valley”), Sebastian Stan (Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Martian), Cecily Strong (Ghostbusters, TV’s “SNL”), and Haley Lu Richardson (TV’s “Ravenswood”), with cameos from

CHRISTMAS EVE Trailer Starring @SirPatStew & @hederjon

When a power outage traps six different groups of New Yorkers inside elevators on Christmas Eve, they find that laughter, romance, and a little bit of faith will get them through - and change their lives in unexpected ways. A heartless real estate tycoon ( Patrick Stewart ) clings to life in a precarious construction elevator hundreds of feet off the ground. Relationships are brought to light for a musician ( Cheryl Hines ) stuck with her dysfunctional orchestra and an aspiring fashion photographer ( James Roday ) with an eye for the introverted paralegal in his building ( Julianna Guill ). A crass HR manager ( Max Casella ) trapped with the employee he just fired ( Jon Heder ) and a cynical doctor ( Gary Cole ) escorting his terminal patient are forced to reconsider the way they think about others in this all-star ensemble comedy that proves that in a city of six million, you never know who you’ll get stuck with. Please Leave A Comment-

Tammy Review: 85 Minutes We'll Never Get Back

The listless and uninspiring Tammy is one of the worst films of the year. Tammy is one of those films you can see coming a mile away, a trainwreck whose strong cast could have prevented but sadly occurs because its driver is too enamored with her own creation to notice the obvious faults. Tammy (Melissa McCarthy) has had a really bad day: a deer hits her car, she loses her job, and finds her husband (Nat Faxon) screwing one of their friends (Toni Colletti). When she runs down the street to her mother (a way to young-looking Allison Janney), she makes contact with her senile grandmother Pearl (Susan Sarandon), who begs Tammy to take her on a roadtrip to Niagara Falls. Along the way, the two meet father-son duo Earl (Gary Cole) and Bobby (Mark Duplass), who are going through their own issues. Together with Pearl's friend Lenore (Kathy Bates), Tammy learns that most of her life's failures can no longer be attributed to other people, and that her future happiness is dep