Oddly dark comedy starring Sandler as a sad Jewish cobbler who can walk a mile in other men's shoes when he uses his missing fathers repair machine
In this dark comedy from the Coen Brothers, playwright Barton Fink (John Turturro) develops the worst case of writer's block
Writer-director Moverman certainly isn't one for crowd-pleasers. His previous two double duty efforts were The Messenger and Rampart, both effective to be sure but hardly fun.
Here we go, a film starring Adam Sandler that does not suck donkey balls. Yes, it's a shock to all of us.
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It has often been suggested that the not-so well-hidden secret to Pixar’s success is story. The studio's films can go from action spectacle to heart-warming to hilarious, and it usually...
There's a scene about halfway through Grown Ups 2 where Sandler tells his buddies: "We're irrelevant. We're useless.
A capable cast and just enough humour means this predictable comedy isn’t spellbinding but won’t leave you asking for your money back.
I hope you are sitting down, because something truly shocking is about to happen. I am going to moderately praise a film which prominently features Sandler.