This film was shown right before Eight Crazy Nights, and this proved to be the best part of that rather dreadful experience. We get to see Adam Sandler's beloved dog Meatball go through a day without his scene staling master. What the audience gets is a lovable lout of a dog trying to make good in a world of men. Funny and heartwarming, it's too bad it wasn't longer so it could have taken the sting away from watching Eight Crazy Nights.
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