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This film is about a lazy lawyer. He accidentally wins in a lawsuit and gets a sizable bonus and lives with this money. His girlfriend even wants to leave him. Then one day, his friend goes to work, and he gives him a 5-year-old boy. He does not know what to do with him. But the boy changes his life.
Those expecting another run of the mill Sandler film will either be pleasantly surprised or disgusted by this foray of his into new and different territory.
January 15, 2008
This lightweight, bubblegum caper synthesises robust, physical humour, self-deprecation and witty one liners. The main problem, as with most other dumb boy pictures, is that the supporting characters are underwritten.
Typical Adam Sandler -- charm mixed with crude humor.
December 22, 2010
Los Angeles Times
There's no doubt Sandler is talented, but if he persists in believing that, like Elvis, his presence alone covers a multitude of omissions and inconsistencies, he will squander his gift and make a series of forgettable films in the process.
Worst of all is the way Sandler wants to have it both ways: to muck around in gross-out humor one minute and then turn schmaltzy the next minute with some fraudulent business about how much he loves the kid.