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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.
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…
Entertaining family comedy with Adam Sandler.
Adam Sandler as Adam Sandler stars in "Adam Sandler & The Kid"
Nothing special but it's somewhat tries to be emotional and tries to add jokes you should laugh to bur can't because it's not really funny
One of the better Adam Sandler films
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I've always had a soft-spot for this film. I think had it not had a realistic ending, it would've damaged my opinion of the movie as a whole. But that they took the factual way this whole thing would turn out (I think? For the most part anyway) and didn't give Sonny custody, which would've been the easy thing to do, was pretty ballsy in a way.
Big Daddy is as entertaining as it is touching and hysterical. A fantastic throw-back comedy to the 1990s when the Sprouse kids weren't sarcastic college bruhs.
Adam Sandler visits Miccy-Dees and discovers the true meaning of love
Lighthearted, enjoyable comedy, seen better seen worst but it is an fun ride
This man should not have a child despite the movie insisting he should. This movie isn’t funny even though it acts like it is.
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Every film that has ever been nominated for a Razzie Award in any category.