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The Adam Sandler Lounge

How many Adam Sandler movies have you seen?

0
0
No votes
1 or 2
0
No votes
3-5
3
12%
6-10
4
16%
11-20
9
36%
21-30
5
20%
31-40
1
4%
41-50
2
8%
50 or more
1
4%
 
Total votes: 25

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Torgo wrote: March 16th, 2021, 8:04 pm The problem with Sandler is not only his consequent performance of the same dimwit comedy formula - it might work better or worse depending on the quality of the script and jokes - but also his HORRIBLE frequent collaborators in front and behind the camera. Rob Schneider .. dear God.
I love Rob. Maybe I'll create another lounge in his honor someday. :P
Torgo wrote: March 16th, 2021, 8:04 pm And then there are directors such as Frank Coraci where a film might be doomed independent from their leads. I've seen 3 of his and voted them 2, 3 and 3 on IMDb (OldAle1, remember how you called me a generous rater? This is where the trash votes go out to). Around the World in 80 Days (2004) has likeable leads with Jackie Chan & Owen Wilson, still a piece of crap. Zookeeper .. I don't know and don't really want to try it. Kevin James films seem to be just so lame and stupid, and even he is a likeable guy, actually.

The other frequent director of Sandler is Dennis Dugan; a big part of his filmography are Adam Sandler flicks, which I haven't seen all. Problem Child (1990) & Beverly Hills Ninja (1997) don't give me high hopes that Dugan becomes a great director for comedy as soon as you remove the Sandlerage from the bill. The Benchwarmers (2006) .. have not seen it, again, but there they are, one more time: Rob Schneider, David Spade, Jon Heder .. not a good sign.
This is interesting, I've never really paid much attention to who directed these movies. I'm noticing a lot of those little red squares (low metascores) for both of these directors. :sweat: I've seen five of Dennis Dugan's movies, with ratings ranging from 4 to 8. From Frank Coraci I've seen four movies (two 6s and two 7s).
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