Posts Tagged ‘Adam Sandler’

Armond White: Adam Sandler’s “That’s My Boy” Exposes a Conspiracy

Written by Armond White on . Posted in Arts & Film

ThatsMyBoy-300x300 If you didn’t get the Memo to hate Adam Sandler, his new movie That’s My Boy would seem another likable, if minor, entry in his continuing series of unexpectedly challenging human comedies. The anti-Sandler Memo is a follow-the-leader pact–not literally a missive but an unconscious social ideology that protects Hollywood’s status quo. It perverts honest, [&hellip
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Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film, Film

Imagination is Adam Sandler’s response to bad times. As Bedtime Stories’ hotel employee Skeeter Bronson, Sandler helps his single-parent sister (Courteney Cox) during her new job search by babysitting his niece and nephew. He tells them bedtime stories that spur their own fantasies and—magically—come true in his own life. This is an inspired metaphor for [&hellip
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