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I don't think Adam Sandler will take offense if I say he makes a very, very ugly woman in "Jack and Jill." Hell, that's one of the main jokes of the movie -- it's even the joke on the movie's poster -- Sandler doesn't look much like a woman, but nobody in the film seems to notice (one character even finds him attractive, more on that in a moment).
Still, Sandler's not the first dude to look like a lady for laughs, nor is he the ugliest. He's definitely walking in the high-heeled footsteps of some fine (but not necessarily fine looking) actors. Here's five guys whom made even gnarlier looking woman onscreen than the former Happy Gilmore.
Directed by Billy Wilder
Although Sandler's playing a woman in "Jack and Jill" as opposed to a man crossdressing as a woman, his film definitely »
- Matt Singer
Opens: February 18th 2011
Director: D.J. Caruso
Summary: Nine infant aliens flee their home planet to hide out on Earth. The species that destroyed their planet however has followed them and sets out to hunt them down. As the infants grow into teenagers with special powers, three of them are killed. A fourth has fallen in love and now has something to stand up and fight for.
Analysis: In premise and look, this sounds like a big budget and more action-oriented reboot of late sci-fi teen drama "Roswell". Though based on a young adult novel series, it was another title in this category that was the impetus for this adaptation - Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series. Any novels with a focus on teen romance and an other worldly touch are presently being bought up right and »
- Garth Franklin
2 items from 2011
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