After a blind date gone horribly wrong, Jim and Lauren agree they never, ever want to see each other again. Well, that's all about to change when the two find themselves and their respective families (including children) all stuck together in one suite at an African Safari vacation spot.Written by
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Jim (Sandler) brings daisies to Lauren (Barrymore). Daisies are the actress's favorite flower and were in her character's wedding bouquet in The Wedding Singer (1998), the first movie in which they co-starred. See more »
During the first scene, an extra in a pink shirt can be seen walking past the table more than once. See more »
I googled you, and "Closet Queens" came out. Are you a lesbian ?
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Went to this movie a little leery because of the reviews and because I haven't loved all of Adam Sandler's movies. I was very surprised to find that I laughed nearly the whole movie. I thought Adam and Drew Barrymore did a great job together. All of the supporting cast was hilarious, especially Kevin Nealon and his "wife," and Terry Crews, who cracked me up every single scene he was in. Some of the scenes were a bit emotional, and even these scenes teared me up a little bit, thought all the acting was well done. The Africa setting was beautiful and the scenes in the hotel were gorgeous.
All in all I'd highly recommend this to anyone who wants a few laughs and a feel good movie.
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