Minus the fact that it’s on the long side, Spanglish is a wholly entertaining and endearing watch. It brings some rather heavy issues to the forefront and rather than letting them weigh an audience down with a darker tone, James L. Brooks takes a lighter and more comedic approach. However, that’s not to say Spanglish is without heart wrenching moments. In fact, Sandler’s performance here is almost overwhelmingly moving.
The reason why the old Adam Sandler movies were so funny and in the end, so endearing was that he always had a sweetness and decency and it showed up in his most vulgar displays. The last couple of movies he has made and certainly his most recent that I unfortunately went to and walked out of, have crossed that thin line between entertainment and unrelenting gross-out fests. Has he become such a comedy legend in his own mind that no one in his inner circle can stand-up and tell him to his face that these movies are NOT FUNNY?
my friend's step-aunt makes $67 an hour on the computer. She has been out of work for 8 months but last month her income was $15553 just working on the computer for a few hours. Go to this web site and read more
copy the link into browser
Why isn't Mr. Deeds on the list?
I always thought it was much better than Big Daddy or Little Nicky.
I was 13 when Billy Madison was in theatres and was able to see it when it finally came out on VHS. I watched it twice in a row. My friend Kelly and I always, after all these years, say "do you have anymore gum more gum more gum" whenever we ask each other for gum. Ah, the old Adam.
With 300: Rise of an Empire in theaters Friday, it's time to comb through the history books and pluck out the events...
Fandango, the ultimate movie ticketing destination, is your source for movie tickets and movie times. Know before you go to the theater, watch HD movie trailers and videos in the highest quality available. Find movie reviews, theater listings, and detailed information about new and upcoming films. If you're interested in DVDs, visit our DVD section for reviews, movie photos, trailers, and more.
Copyright © 2014 Fandango. All rights reserved. Your Personal Box Office