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    I also liked Funny People, and it deserves some credit for aiming higher. And I don't have a problem with Adam Sandler... except that he so rarely makes an effort to play anything other than his usual childish a-hole characters. When he tackles something more serious - as in Reign Over Me - he does fine.

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    To be fair Sandler was tolerable in Punch Drunk Love but that was a loooong time ago.. We can probably attribute that to PT Anderson's writing and directing than anything Sandler contributed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rue View Post
    Yes.... definitely ewwww....

    Have you seen Knocked Up?
    I did see it and didn't think much of it. I knew the film-makers would have a field day with the myriad of bad taste jokes that can be made about pregnancy - really not my thing at all.

    Also, having the rather one dimensional Katherine Heigel in the lead didn't really add to the cinematic experience!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Feraud View Post
    Adam Sandler is one of those guys I've never found funny. I've tried to sit through his films to give him a chance but the guy does absolutely nothing for me. While watching him I've found my ability to enjoy comedy decrease..
    This film is different and not his usual childish humor. You might want to give it a chance

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Strange View Post
    I also liked Funny People, and it deserves some credit for aiming higher. And I don't have a problem with Adam Sandler... except that he so rarely makes an effort to play anything other than his usual childish a-hole characters. When he tackles something more serious - as in Reign Over Me - he does fine.
    I haven't seen Reign Over Me, but I think I'll give it a go.


    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Golightly View Post
    I did see it and didn't think much of it. I knew the film-makers would have a field day with the myriad of bad taste jokes that can be made about pregnancy - really not my thing at all.

    Also, having the rather one dimensional Katherine Heigel in the lead didn't really add to the cinematic experience!
    I thought Katherine Heigel was okay in the movie, but I'm pretty sure it will be her last film with him anyway considering the fact that she didn't exactly have nice things to say about it.


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    Currently, The Proposition.

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    Caught Young Guns II on the HBO channel available in the hotel here last night. Better than I remembered it being, despite that awful Jon Bon Jovi caterwauling over the end credits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    Caught Young Guns II on the HBO channel available in the hotel here last night. Better than I remembered it being, despite that awful Jon Bon Jovi caterwauling over the end credits.
    Bon Jovi!?
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    One Day in September - Incredible documentary regarding the hostage taking at the Munich olympics - I had seen it when it was first released but found it still as horrible and shocking the second time around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward View Post
    Caught Young Guns II on the HBO channel available in the hotel here last night. Better than I remembered it being, despite that awful Jon Bon Jovi caterwauling over the end credits.
    Young Guns and Young Guns II were pretty good movies

    Quote Originally Posted by jamespowers View Post
    Bon Jovi!?
    You never saw it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Cairo View Post
    One of the best films ever :-)
    Could we be related?????

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