Written June 28, 2010
funny cast delivers fun time
Written January 04, 2015
I loved going to the screener of this movie. You'll like this comedy for several reasons:
-Sandler, David Spade, Salma Hayek, Chris Rock, Kevin James
-Non stop digs at each other's characters
-Element of fun in the movie
Aside from that, you get the heartwarming moments that tug at your heart and appeal to the family-oriented viewer who doesn't appreciate the sexual innuendos in the movie. Plus, the characters are lovable and the situations they get in are pretty creative. I laughed my butt off for most of the movie, but had a few moments saying "a***" Were there parts of the movie I'd omit or change, of course. But I had a screener version, and maybe the audience's feedback will alter what I thought was dull.
As a Sandler fan (minus Zohan), I like this new style he created where every one can enjoy watching. I encourage everyone to see this cute and funny movie that reflects on growing up, family, and never forgetting where you came from.
Written July 24, 2010
I was super exited to see this movie, I even got in line to see it opening night, why I'm writing a review this late i will never know, but I feel that I need to save the people who are about to repeat my mistake. Ok the movie started out super funny, with some great jokes that almost every parent can relate to; HOWEVER after awile the jokes got a bit strained, like the writers were trying to hard to get a laugh, eventhouh they didn't need to the great actors get a laugh out, because it just comes naturally to them. Also I'm not sure if this is just me or did this movie kinda lack a plot, i mean it seamed like this movie was just one big comedy sketch and like any comedy sketch it gets old after awile. Overall it was a funny movie but in an awkward way. Better luck next time guys, and to the writers don't try so hard to get a laugh. If you havent seen it don't worry just watch it on redbox for a dollar, don't waste 15$ to buy a ticket to watch a semi-funny COMEDY SKETCH!!!!
Written April 10, 2012
80 out of 100 Not the best, but a hilarious, actually good Adam Sandler movie in a long time. Teaming up with superstars from other comedies, Kevin James (I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry), Chris Rock (The Longest Yard), Rob Shineider (The Benchwarmers) and David Spade (The Benchwarmers) in this heart-touching comedy about boys' natural behavior.
Written July 13, 2013
About to see the new Grown Ups, figured I give my opinion on this film. Overall, I think it was pretty funny. Sure the jokes are juvenile and gross, but isn't that why you saw this movie? If you're a fan of Adam Sandler, you will enjoy this film. This definitely not one of his best work of arts, but it's still a good time.