While it’s not consistently funny, and is as enamored as any other Sandler movie with making reference to its own limp running gags (including one about donkey shit), there is a certain inclusiveness that harkens back to his earlier work.
The jokes are often juvenile and gross, unsophisticated and insensitive, but one does not wish to strike juvenility or grossness or even insensitivity outright from the comic tool kit; these just aren't all that good.
This movie is hilarious! Adam Sandler and his crew put together an enjoyable movie for everyone to enjoy. Some complained that it made Native Americans look ridiculous, but it's satire! The movie is making fun of old westerns and they stereotypes that they presented.
Personally loved it, been a while since I enjoyed a Sandler movie. The different characters were excellent and well played by the actors. Hopefully a sign of things to come, definitely a return to form.
It's not a bad start to a 4 movie deal with Netflix but this movie relies too heavily on racial and cultural stereotypes to keep it from being a total snooze fest. It's worth watching if your an Adam Sandler fan but it's no Happy Gilmore.
Man, sincerely not that is of Sandler, but for of doing this type of movies, please I cannot see any more movie of this actor. Well, returning to the movie, I did not understand it in any minute of his duration.
The Ridiculous Six joins the ranks of Happy Madison failures. While none of the characters in this film nail biting obnoxious as in previous Madison films like Eight Crazy Nights and Jack & Jill it’s still not enough. After the six are assembled they go from one distraction to another on their slow journey most of which is unmemorable and leads to a dull a film. None of the Ridiculous Six are entertaining each of which leading to one the Happy Madison comedy wheel of poop, race, and stupid voices. Except for Sandler who plays the role surprisingly serious contrasting to the supposed comedic tone of the film. The deadpan role is so serious you’ll somewhat miss his stupid voices or at least wish he was doing red-face. While last year’s western comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West occasional found some gold in its dry river The Ridiculous Six is as dull and dry as the desert it is set in.