Tully (2018) Full Movie

Tully
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Tully (2018) : Marlo, a mother of three, including a newborn, is gifted a night nanny by her brother. Hesitant at first, she quickly forms a bond with the thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging nanny named Tully.

Title Tully (2018)
Release Date May 04, 2018
Genres
Production Company Bron Studios, Right of Way Films, Denver and Delilah Productions, West Egg Studios, Creative Wealth Media Finance
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston, Mark Duplass, Asher Miles Fallica, Lia Frankland, Elaine Tan, Gameela Wright, Tattiawna Jones, Stormy Ent, Maddie Dixon-Poirier
Plot Keywords new york city, parent child relationship, baby, husband wife relationship, autism, nanny, pregnancy, motherhood, postpartum depression
Marlo Moreau
Marlo Moreau
Charlize Theron
Tully
Tully
Mackenzie Davis
Drew Moreau
Drew Moreau
Ron Livingston
Craig
Craig
Mark Duplass
Jonah Moreau
Jonah Moreau
Asher Miles Fallica
Sarah Moreau
Sarah Moreau
Lia Frankland
Elyse
Elyse
Elaine Tan
Laurie
Laurie
Gameela Wright
Violet
Violet
Tattiawna Jones
Shasta
Shasta
Stormy Ent
Emmy
Emmy
Maddie Dixon-Poirier
Greta
Greta
Bella Star Choy
Dash
Dash
Dominic Good
Dallas
Dallas
Joshua Pak
Dr. Smythe
Dr. Smythe
Colleen Wheeler
Barista
Barista
Emily Haine
Coffee Shop Customer
Coffee Shop Customer
Marceline Hugot
Princess
Princess
Jess Tolon
Running Girl
Running Girl
Katie Hayashida
Teacher
Teacher
Steven Roberts
Hospital Employee
Hospital Employee
Elfina Luk
Mrs. Marvish
Mrs. Marvish
Xantha Radley
Hot Bartender
Hot Bartender
Michael Patrick Lane
Doctor
Doctor
John Shaw
Nurse
Nurse
Candus Churchill
Delivery Room Nurse
Delivery Room Nurse
Jennifer March
Anesthesiologist
Anesthesiologist
Anne-Marie Madden
Corrine Burns
Corrine Burns
Diane Lane
Elmo
Elmo
Kevin Clash
Zoe
Zoe
Fran Brill
Weather Man
Weather Man
Kiff VandenHeuvel
Bartender (uncredited)
Bartender (uncredited)
Crystal Lonneberg
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Shade Rupe

Reviews

  • Stephen Campbell

    **_Examining something rarely seen on screen_** > _It was important for me to tell this story because I've seen other representations of motherhood, but they tend to be humorous. Mommy needs vodka. The coffee mug slogan. And I thought no one has really gotten gritty with it. Because there's a side of it that's dark. And it used to be enough to be just a good caretaker and now it's that you need to be a good caretaker, you also need to be fit, hot, successful, etc. And it's a lot._ - Diablo Cody; "Diablo Cody on how _Tully_ was inspired by her own struggles with motherhood" (E. Oliver Whitney); _ScreenCrush_ (May 2, 2018) _Tully_ tells the story of Marlo (Charlize Theron), a New York suburbanite pregnant with her third child. Her husband, Drew (Ron Livingstone) is loving, but somewhat neglectful, showing more interest in playing video games than helping Tully maintain the house and family. Clueless about the pressures of motherhood, he fails to notice when Marlo begins to show signs of post-natal depression. However, shortly after the baby's birth, Marlo's wealthy brother, Craig (Mark Duplass) hires a night nanny named Tully (Mackenzie Davis) to help take some of the pressure off Marlo. Reluctant to embrace the idea at first, Marlo soon forms a tight bond with Tully, who introduces Marlo to a lifestyle she had never imagined. _Tully_ is one of those films that the less you know about it before seeing it, the better. Featuring committed performances from Theron and Davis, the film is written by Diablo Cody (_Jennifer's Body_; _Ricki and the Flash_) and directed by Jason Reitman (_Thank You for Smoking_; _Juno_; _Men, Women & Children_), a partnership which also produced _Young Adult_ (2011), in which Theron also starred. There's a definite thematic uniformity between the two films, as if they exist in an almost sliding doors-like relationship to one another. My only real issue with _Tully_ is that the supporting characters are very thinly drawn - Drew, the well-meaning but ineffectual husband, is especially void of substance. But the nature of the story, to a certain extent, necessitates this. In any case, this is an excellent study of an issue very rarely put on-screen - imperfect motherhood. A word of warning though; neither the poster, nor the trailer do the film any favours whatsoever. It's funny in places, but this is not a comedy.