Repost from 28/07/08:
Lucky I picked up early on this movie somewhere only "The Guild" knows where. It's a LOL movie, obviously. Adam Sandler's sense of humor here differs from all the other movies he's made for the sole fact that he is directly involved in it. Watching his past films, Little Nicky, Mr. Deeds, Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison, The Waterboy, the list goes on and on and on and on. he never goes slapstick in each of the roles he's made (others simply make it for him). This movie he's gone berserk like a madman more resembling acting that of Jim Carrey's. This movie isn't meant to be taken seriously, duh. I tried hard to chuck a laugh from some of the scenes but there were also scenes that were just to painful to bother. Chriqui was one reason I watched the movie. I remember her from "100 Girls" and (damn!) she's still looking good. There were a number of cameo appearances of unexpected actors which contributed to the comical aspect of the film. It saves the disgrace of having to bear all that sour taste.
Rob Schneider is back again, and Golo he plunged in for this mayhem which will *scratches chin* be remembered for a long time.