I've Tried and Tried to Deny it, but it's Official: We've Lost Sandler.
In That's My Boy, Sandler is a dead-beat father to his son whom he conceived with his middle school teacher. After about 20 years he- wait, I forgot something: no one gives a sh*t what this movie's about! Guys, I'm not going to sit here an lie to you. I only made it 20 minutes into this film. And in those 20 minutes I can confirm what that trailer pretty much already has: THIS - MOVIE - F*CKING - SUCKS.
Ladies and gentlemen, there's not a single thing going for this film. The cast is as clumsy as can be with what's probably Sandler's worst speaking role to date; I mean everything he says with that squeaky, disgruntled voice drove me insane. Samberg, in the 10 minutes he was on screen, tried his hardest and you can see it, but everything he says is so forced and insincere. If you can find a good actor in here, he or she's definitely in the supporting cast. Peggy Stewart as Grandma Delores is the only person who I got a chuckle from.
And that's the other problem; this isn't a comedy people. It's a sad, sad attempt at a raunchy date night. Every joke falls flat, and when something seems remotely funny, Sandler's character ruins it. Oh yeah, that reminds me: this movie tries to bring WAZZUP! back... Prep yourself.
Guys, save your money, save your time, and overall, save yourself the embarrassment of even asking the ticket lady for a ticket to this movie. I walked out so early I can't even give this garbage one of my impromptu ratings. That's My Boy gets half a star out of five.
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