Ever since Marvel Studios created their own cinematic universe for all their comic book characters to exist in on the big screen, the idea of a shared universe between film franchises has been quite popular in Hollywood. No one has really...Show More Summary
The Sandlerverse is real.
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You generally wouldn’t think that Adam Sandler’s films would all be connected, but as it turns out, they actually might be. One eagle-eyed Sandler fan recently got lost down a never ending rabbit hole and unearthed connections and links between the comedian’s various cinematic endeavors. Show More Summary
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Not long ago, Quentin Tarantino confirmed what many believed to be true for years: His movies are all connected and they all take place within the same fictional universe. But as it turns out, he’s not alone. Tarantino has intentionally linked all his movies, and it looks like Adam Sandler may have done the same thing. Show More Summary
It’s the ‘Sandlerverse.’
From Billy Madison to 50 First Dates
Comedian Shawn Kohne lays out his conspiracy theory that ties all of Adam Sandler‘s movies together into one shared “Sandlerverse.” Kohne uses recurring characters, family names, and other evidence to link the movies together. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Adam Sandler might not be as beloved as he once was, but the Sandler universe -- or Sandlerverse, as comedian Shawn Kohne calls it -- will always hold a special place in our hearts. Kohne has done an incredible feat by finding the connections between nearly every Adam Sandler movie. Show More Summary
"Opera Man" has apparently taken his show to Amsterdam, but Adam Sandler was nowhere to be found.
Shawn Kohne is the Big Daddy of Adam Sandler movies While watching 50 First Dates, Kohne noticed that a line connected the film to another Sandler movie, Tommy Boy. See also: Thanks to a bathroom in India, Nick Offerman is now the official...Show More Summary
(PG-13: Language) Shawn Kohne’s skit is about a man who predictably goes insane after watching and listening to nearly all of Adam Sandler’s body of work in a bid to prove that they’re connected to each other. We hope he does this with the Mr. Show skits.
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D espite auteur Adam Sandler’s groundbreaking six-film straight-to-Netflix deal, filmmakers in 2015 made one of the best cases for old school theatrical releases in years. The Weinstein Company spent millions of dollars fitting theaters...Show More Summary
The 21-year-old singer posted a short clip on his Instagram account, where he was seen walking idly on the sidewalk. He heard his name called from behind, and he was surprised to see that it was actually Adam Sandler he just ran int...
Justin Bieber can't even walk down a street — while he apparently has a friend or staff member film his every move — without being mobbed by fans. Even people like Adam Sandler are Beliebers. The actor flagged down his "homeboy" while his adorable daughter kept her chill. Show More Summary
What do Adam Sandler, Pablo Escobar, and an electric fan have in common? They’ve all got shows on Netflix. The streaming video giant follows up its yule log with an hour-long video of, well, an oscillating fan. Yeah we watched it. So what.
Adam Sandler’s Pixels Gets A Bumper ‘Everything Wrong With’ Episode Deservedly so! This Mod Lets You Write And Run BASIC Programming Code In Minecraft Very cool. What Made Final Fantasy VII Special A great selection of good games writing. Someone...Show More Summary
As Netflix’s original movies become increasingly recognized for Oscar snubs and Adam Sandler nonsense, it falls on the shoulders of the service’s original shows to convince people that their $9 a month isn’t better spent on food or whatever. Show More Summary