21 Things That Happen In Every Movie Adam Sandler Makes Nowadays
Product placement… product placement everywhere.
Sandler plays a sarcastic middle-aged everyman who dresses like he's recruiting for a college fraternity.
He has an extremely attractive wife, who exists solely to look nice, laugh at his jokes and occasionally move the plot along.
He lives in a sprawling palatial mansion.
His vast wealth is explained by a high-powered media job that he seems in no way qualified for.
It's probably a job in advertising, or some other industry that will allow Sandler to crowbar in a ridiculous amount of product placement.
At the outset of the film, Sandler's boss tells him he needs to secure The Big Contract.
Overwhelmed by the task, Sandler seeks advice from his bumbling, layabout friends.
They fart a lot, which is of course hilarious.
Without warning, they all jet off to an exotic, far-flung destination, for no apparent reason.
There, a second female character is introduced (in slow motion) giving Sandler and his buddies twice as many opportunities to make misogynistic jokes.
Sandler expresses his excitement about this by being really loud all the time.
The second female character initially dislikes Sandler, but soon falls head over heels in love after seeing how good he is with kids.
The kids in question swear a bit.
One of Sandler's real-life famous friends shows up for an inexplicable cameo.
An animal urinates on Sandler's face.
The action comes to standstill as an entire scene is devoted to promoting a fast food chain.
Or a water park.
Either Peter Dante (left), Allen Covert (right), or — more likely — both, appear at this point.
The story suddenly gets back on track, as Sandler wins The Big Contract, despite committing absolutely no time or effort to the project.
He also learns The True Meaning of Happiness.
Then Rob Schneider turns up and gives a performance that could be construed as possibly a bit racist. The end.
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