All I know is when Gregory Peck started tripping on drugs and giggling down a highway on a bicycle is when I realized that this motion picture was going to a be a good time. Just one bizarrely absurd event after another.
The Safdie brothers begin the masterpiece that marks the culmination of their careers with a dreamlike sequence, which takes you from the mines of Africa to Howard's ass, that only master filmmakers are capable of achieving. It creates this universal connection that can only be done through film and the fact that they get there through a cacophonous fury of screaming is such an impressive feat. Also, Adam Sandler delivers a performance with the power of a 1000 gods. What…