A list of films compiled from every response to "What Have You Been Watching" on r/TrueFilm in 2015.
Nature called. Look who answered.
Layla Maloney is fed up with boyfriend Sonny Koufax's perpetual loafing, so when 5-year-old Julian is left on Sonny's doorstep, he assumes a fatherly role to prove he's responsible and to win Layla's love. Trouble is, Sonny has grown attached to the kid, who's really the son of his out-of-town roommate.
Like watching Kramer vs Kramer while being lobotomized by a screaming monkey.
I've always held the belief that this was one of Sandler's legitimately good movies. I no longer hold that belief. It's no Wedding Singer. But maybe the Wedding Singer is no Wedding Singer. I'm almost afraid to go and re-watch that one now. Not that I was under any illusion in the first place that Big Daddy was a great movie (I had it rated three stars), but this was much worse than I remembered. It's funny how our memory doesn't change as our taste in movies matures, leading to traumatic re-watch events like this one. Well, maybe traumatic is going too far in this case, but you know what I mean.
Recommended by Connor Carey
"Big Daddy" contains a lot of the over the top gross out slapstick that Adam Sandler comedies have become to be famous for, and you've seen it plenty of times before, but I was admittedly pretty swept up by its charm, as it's a lot more genuine and touching than you'd expect, and there are more than a dozen of big laughs throughout. You see every plot beat coming miles away, but its big heart got me quite a few times, and this is one of Sandler's better performances to date as well as perhaps his most touching. Tons of fun cameos throughout too.
Big Daddy, where Adam Sandler is out-performed by a 7 year old (actually Dylan and Cole Sprouse, playing one character together)
Big Daddy is like most Sandler comedies.
He shouts in his childish voice, enjoys annoying those around him, and in the end he somehow grows up and becomes a better person.
Also included are scenes featuring fart, piss, puke and other bodily fluids jokes.
And of course Rob Schneider pops up to play a racist foreigner.
Its nothing new, and if you have seen a Sandler comedy before, you will know what to expect.
Yet, I could not help but enjoy this film more than usual.
Ever since Punch-Drunk Love, I have to admit I started to really hate…
#9 in 2015's 90svember marathon.
Jon Stewart gets what I would deem as the only homophobic line in the entire film. Was anyone ready for that? The guy who has since revolutionized political commentary in the mainstream media and become one of the few and genuine heroes of modern celebrity in the wasteland days of Hilton, Richie, Lohan, Kardashian-Jenner, Bieber, etc. While the film is peppered with "ew!" commentary from the hot, rock-shaped blond guy, I can't help but feel Sandler and co are mocking him for those feelings rather than using him as mouthpiece for how they feel about gay couples. But Stewart, the only Responsible Adult of Sandler's pack of friends (before Joey Lauren Adams sacrifices her own…
Top tier Sandler. I think I've seen this the most out of his filmography.
The perfect balance of crude humor and a sense of heart. Sandler continues to search for this combo, but rarely accomplishes it with such success. In the Sandler filmography this rates on the high end.
Big Boobs McGee always makes me laugh.
Dull comedy starring Adam Sandler.
WAY BETTER THAN JACK AND JILL It's funny,unforgetable,and best of all Adam Sandler actually did a good job in this movie Jon Stewart was funny for once and Cole and Dylan both did a breakout to the big screen
Πολύ όμορφη και τρυφερή ταινία. Πολλές φορές γέλασα αλλά και συγκινήθηκα επίσης.
Honestly, I realize the awful stigma that comes with enjoying Adam Sandler movies, but honestly, I love Adam Sandler movies. This was such an adorable movie that I would watch any time, unashamedly.
I laughed twice and that is two more times then most Sandler movies.
Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.
I've always been interested in what other people are seeing and watching, and naturally, I love looking at Weekend Box…