Wait! If you like Big Macs you don't stop eating them because they're all the same, do you? If you like Coke, you don't stop drinking it because every serving tastes the same, do you? Well, with Adam Sandler you sort of get the same thing. His movies all have a climax that usually deals with resolving silly situations, getting the girl, both or something almost the same with his blue collar and juvenile humour thrown in for honest laughs whether you think it's funny or not. Sometimes you find yourself laughing at these kinds of jokes even though you probably would not in another movie like it. Adam plays a man who is wrongly convicted of air rage and is sentenced to pay a huge fine and is forced to serve 20 hours in anger management sessions. His doctor (Jack Nicholson) is a hostile and irritating boob who increases Sandler's anger. Sandler violates the court order and is threatened with a year in jail unless he spends his sessions with Nicholson in a very close manner for 30 days. The ending has the movie making sense more than you thought it would after you've questioned it all the way through and Peter Segal's frat house style of direction is just right for this mix that puts the characters in ridiculous situations that you may find infectious. Sandler's movies are like the Three Stooges: others are better at what they do but the low brow stuff has a strange kick to it! Cheers to Jack for trying a film far below his talents, making his character work and having a blast at being second banana!