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After the credits, one member of the previously shown twins conducts a sight gag. He 'inflates' his stomach to a noticeably larger size. He than pantomimes using a large pin to 'pop' his stomach, deflating it to normal size. See more »
First Im a big Adam Sandler and of course I like Al but this is the worst movie I've seen since Howard The Duck!!! I wont even begin to get into it but there are so many points in the movie that you just want to scream for how boring it is and how its not funny at all- They Tried waaaayyy too hard !! Heres the worst part, the movie started at 11:55pm and I was walking back to my car at 1:37AM if you include the previews this movie was less than 1 1/2 hours but it felt like 2 1/2 hours. Stay away from this movie, don't even Red Box it - I've lost complete respect for Adam and Al on this one. There are 2 - 4 funny scenes in the movie but you quickly forget them.
Awful is an understatement.
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