This movie should go down in history. That is just a fact, starring Adam sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, Rob Schneider, and Kevin James. That's just the leading men, the women include Selma Hayek, Marie Bello (A History Of Violence) Maya Rudolph (Idiocracy) and Joyce Van Patten.
This movie had me rolling nonstop. It doesn't really get funny until about six or seven minutes into it, but it doesn't stop after that. It covers funny but real things about life, everything from your kids not knowing the thrill of skipping a rock, to holding a grudge about a basketball game for thirty plus years, even children breastfeeding at 48 months.
This movie is just like us dudes hanging out in about ten years. It is real, some people say otherwise but I challenge them to compare the movie to the real moments of us hanging with our friends, I am sure they will find it just the same.
This is my new favorite Adam Sandler movie and I personally think it rivals the classic Tommy Boy.