According to a report from Deadline, Drew Barrymore may be leaving the “vacations with Adam Sandler” phase of her career and entering a new, talk show-based one instead. Apparently, Barrymore is in talks with Warner Bros. to host some kind of program that will launch next year, but no official deals have been drawn up yet. Show More Summary
What do you do if you get busted for pirating a terrible Adam Sandler movie? Deny it. That seems to be the lesson of a recently dismissed federal case, which raises the burden of proof that copyright owner must meet in order to hold you accountable for infringement. Read more...
With aliens invading Earth again this weekend in Independence Day: Resurgence (our review of the insanity that Roland Emmerich put together is coming soon), there’s no better time to look at the exciting alien invasion that could have been in last years Pixels. Show More Summary
At some point in their movie career, every comedian- in hopes of being taken more seriously as an actor- will take on a dramatic role. By starring in a challenging film void of any laughs- as Adam Sandler did in Punch-Drunk Love or Eddie...Show More Summary
Pixels is the classic Hollywood tale of something interesting and new shoved through the Hollywood meat-grinder, mangled and twisted into something horrifyingly repulsive. Seriously, the only thing the Adam Sandler Pixels movie is good for is helping you get a nap in on a lazy Sunday afternoon. An afternoon so lazy you can’t bring yourself […]
Now that Genndy Tartakovsky has returned to his beloved animated series Samurai Jack for a revival on Adult Swim, the idea of him making big-budget computer-animated comedy movies with Adam Sandler and Selena Gomez seems a little less disappointing than it did a few years ago. Show More Summary
Way back in 2014, actor and director Adam Sandler announced he had signed a four-film deal with streaming service Netflix. “When these fine people came to me with an offer to make four movies for them,” Sandler said, “I immediately said ‘yes’ for one reason and one reason only… Netflix rhymes with ‘wet chicks’. Let the […]
Adam Sandler holds his wife Jackie‘s hand while going for a stroll by their hotel on Wednesday (June 15) in Miami, Fla. The 49-year-old actor was seen hanging out by the pool and going shirtless while taking a dip in the water. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Adam Sandler Adam‘s new movie The [...]
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Watch out, Adam Sandler, some new princes of comedy are making their way over to Netflix. Workaholics co-creators Adam Devine, Blake Anderson, Anders Holm, and Kyle Newacheck will be working with Seth Rogen for a Netflix original action-comedy feature titled Game Over, Man! Devine, Anderson, and Holm will star; Holm wrote the ... More »
If you thought it was bad when Adam Sandler put out a casting call for a woman wearing a tank top that shows off her cleavage, this casting call for "whore" in a Tarantino Western should send you over the...
Genre: Comedy Directed by: Steven Brill Written by: Kevin Barnett, Chris Pappas Starring: Adam Sandler, David Spade, Paula Patton The life of a bank manager is turned upside down when a friend from [...]
Adam Sandler had Chris Rock as his surprise guest during his comedy show at Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre, according to Page Six. The two comedians devoted the show to the servicemen and women in town for Fleet Week. This is happening on stage IN TWO MINUTES!!! CHRIS ROCK ADAM SANDLER pic.twitter.com/c9QvGtOP0I — Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) May... Show More Summary
The stunning and talented actress stars as David Spades love interest in the Adam Sandler comedy The Do-Over and as a half-Orc in Warcraft. She deserves far, far better.
The likeable stars latest Netflix film, The Do-Over, is god-awful. Can Sandlers career be saved? And does it really need saving?
It’s not really news anymore when Adam Sandler makes a bad movie. But maybe it’s noteworthy that he seems to be making bad movies at a faster clip than ever before. Less than a year after the universally panned “Pixels” and six months after the idiotic Western spoof “The Ridiculous 6,” he’s back with “The […]
In the movie Billy Madison, Adam Sandler’s character is competing in an “academic decathlon" against his rival, an, ahem, ethically challenged executive, for control of his father’s company (please don’t ask me to explain any more).Show More Summary
Not Adam Sandler’s worst, obviously not his best, The Do-Over is actually funny right up until it starts trying to incorporate a plot. Click To Continue Reading
Steven Brill’s “The Do-Over,” the latest in a multi-picture deal between Netflix and Adam Sandler, starts like a real movie. At first, here’s a sense that it’s something at least greater than the half-star abomination hat was last year’s “The Ridiculous Six.” This feeling doesn’t last long. Show More Summary
Adam Sandler's latest Netflix exclusive movie The Do-Over is more of what we've come to expect from the comedian as of late.