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I think it’s fair to say that Adam Sandler has always been a love him or hate him performer. If you are under 18 chances are he is your comedic hero, but anyone who was there the first time when Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison first became minor VHS hits in the UK has likely grown beyond his brand of humour.

When he attempts seriousness like in Punch Drunk Love or Funny People the results are usually worth watching but we also have to suffer through the likes of Jack and Jill, Grown Ups and Just Go With It to get one of these better films once every five years or so.

Sandler’s recent films have pretty much been repeating the same shtick he mastered in films like Big Daddy or the rom-com perfected in The Wedding Singer but he has a habit of bringing along his mates Rob Schneider, »

- Chris Holt

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