Columbia Pictures | Release Date: June 25, 1999
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Universal acclaim based on 149 Ratings
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bladeagentMar 1, 2014
For those who think watching a kid pee in a park is funny, this is the film for you. However if you're not already an Adam Sandler fan, you'll find it mildly amusing at best.
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cameronmorewoodNov 7, 2012
The jokes are a given. The movie is flat. It plays like an episode of Friends.
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5
Iky009Jan 6, 2014
Não grande coisaNão grande coisa Expand
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PvtJacksonJun 28, 2014
Most of the time the plot is predictable: it's all about a man adopting a kid in a desperate hope to win her ex-girl . Nothing is really new, surprising and interesting because i have seen lots of movies with similar storytelling before. TheMost of the time the plot is predictable: it's all about a man adopting a kid in a desperate hope to win her ex-girl . Nothing is really new, surprising and interesting because i have seen lots of movies with similar storytelling before. The argument scene at court between Sonny and his father is heart-touching though, taking quite lots of tears from people ( of course not including me ) and portrayal of Steve Buscemi as a homeless guy which i find pretty laughable and enjoyably funny. Expand
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PatC.Jan 12, 2004
Well intentioned. Sandler continually threatens to come across as a genuinely redeemable person, but what would be the point in this slipshod contrivance of a film? And child welfare folks are prone to meddle in the lives of children at the Well intentioned. Sandler continually threatens to come across as a genuinely redeemable person, but what would be the point in this slipshod contrivance of a film? And child welfare folks are prone to meddle in the lives of children at the slightest provocation. Lying to those bureaucrats constitutes child abuse. Expand
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spadenxJan 22, 2012
It was funny. Definently worth the watch and definently one of Sandler's best films. It does get a little bit generic and sappy about half way into it but its still worth the watch.
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