Jul 23, 2012 8:28PM
Who was the moronic writer that wrote this ridiculous article?! Most of the movies that are named on the best movies list, I've NEVER even heard of much less seen teaser trailers to watch in theatres?! From the description the write wrote of the movies, those movies should be listed under the worst movies of the year!
Jul 23, 2012 2:47PM
Yes, I went into this movie with low expectations but it's actually pretty funny if you don't take yourself too seriously and can actually laugh with it. No one goes into an Adam Sandler movie expecting high-brow humour but compared to his previous trainwrecks (Grown Ups, Just Go With It, Jack and Jill) this is a win.
Jul 23, 2012 11:57AM
Did not see this movie, do not want to. Adam Sandler is washed up and needs to fade into obscurity now. Still, what a cruddy move with the spoiler. At least warn anyone who wanted to see the movie that you are going to give the only plot point away.
Jul 23, 2012 10:53AM
That's really shitty that they gave away the ending in the second line without even a warning for spoilers. Thanks ****s.
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|The Best and Worst Films of 2012 So Far|
"That's My Boy"
Never mind the constant stream of product placement making sure you came out of the theater craving a Budweiser; never mind the unfunny final-act twist that Andy Samberg's character's fiancee is cheating on him with her own brother; never mind Adam Sandler continuing to funnel his neuroses and insecurities on-screen, playing yet another schlubby outsider people fall over themselves to love just for who he is. "That's My Boy" was unfunny, unhappy and under-made, lazy and lame and shoddy. When Vanilla Ice is the highlight and best actor in your film, let's be honest: You're in trouble, and "That's My Boy" soon became an orphan after its cheap misogyny flopped at the box office.