A single father finds his lackluster parenting skills coming back to haunt him in this Adam Sandler comedy directed by Sean Anders (Sex Drive). As a teenage father, Donny (Sandler) struggled to raise his son Todd (Andy Samberg) until Todd was old enough to strike out on his own. Subsequently estranged from his father for years, Todd is about to marry the love of his life when Donny turns up determined to form the father-son bond they never had. Now the harder Donny tries to connect with his long-lost son, the more furious Todd's future bride grows with the unwelcomed intruder and his obnoxious antics. Leighton Meester and James Caan co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
At the onset this movie was crude and difficult to become engaged in. However, it became more funny as the movie progressed and the characters became sufficiently developed. If you are going to enjoy this movie you must go into it expecting it to be beyond ridiculous.
What a disappointment!!!! What was Adam Sandler thinking when he dug down to the bottom of the barrel for this one. His prior movies generally have been sometimes silly yet enjoyably funny and usually ended with a positive point. Did I get a couple of genuine laughs from this movie? Yes, but mostly I couldn't believe this trash came from Adam Sandler.
This movie has preverted humor and some in poor taste. But it's still funny. Yes, it's making jokes about inappropriate teacher/student relationships and a lot of it unrealistic. But lighten up and have allow yourself to laugh. It was good to see that Vanilla Ice finally gained a sense of humor and can poke fun at how he ripped off several artists with Ice Ice Baby
This is a unique film. Not often can the subjects of child abuse, pedophilia, and incest be combined into a "comedy".
Adam Sandler must have been trying to see how far he could push an audience and still have them sit through the film.
I can understand "stars" like Vanilla Ice and Todd Bridges doing anything for a quick buck, but for actors like James Caan to go from the Godfather to this - in one lifetime - is a bit depressing.
Susan Sarandon should be asked to return her Oscar for even participating in this mess.
It was good to see Tony Orlando in his role, even though he looks like he ate Dawn.
To Adam Sandler fans, this film makes Little Nikki look like Shakespear. View at your own risk.
This was bad even by Adam Sandler standards! I thought I'd give this a chance because we thought his last one Jack and Jill was okay and had funny moments...but this was really really bad. To the point of really being awkward and unwatchable.
very disappointing, esp. given the trailers. has a plot that just drags and is not very funny. I don't mind stupid comedies but when it's just stupid period, it's not worth watching and that's what this movie was. I shut it off before the halfway point because it was that bad unfortunately.