him. Indeed, Sandler largely carries this film because he is so over-the-top, with deliciously pig-headed lines of dialogue like "you eat pieces of s* for breakfast?". As I said before, the comedy reaches several regions, though it maintains a constant goofy and blatant feel. The plot also works as a fairly simple underdog story. It is very, very funny for. Even though, I didn't have high expectations for this. His antics attract an unusual crowd to the PGA tour which is good for business but other top golfers like Shooter McGavin think he's an embarrassment. Happy Gilmore: uh oh happy learned how to putt. Also, if you want to feel old, consider the fact that we're much further away in time from. Copied to clipboardCopy link.
Dead Poet Society Review
THE END 2 out of 2 found this helpful. I truly recommend a lot of people to go see this movie. There's not only great vocal humor, but the visuals and especially the body language coming from the actors is classic. I have seen it over 30 times, and I still laugh. It has a very funny plot that is easy to follow for everyone. Happy Gilmore (Adam Sandler) is a nearly unlikeable loser who after a strangely traumatic childhood, grew cloning of Any Species: Ethically and Morally Wrong up to be a raving, anti-social lunatic, who happens to be obsessed with hockey. Barker, who is no spring chicken, actually wins the tussle. Even the golf channel announcers, who are scripted like real sports announcers, contribute humor. The Wedding Singe r gleefully mocked all.