Thought: Top Ten Favorite Adam Sandler films…

In light of Adam Sandler’s new movie “You Don’t Mess with the Zohan” comes out tomorrow, I plan to see it if I can, because I am a huge Adam Sandler fan, always had been and wanted to post my favorites of his career.

Here they are:

  1. Punch Drunk Love – In this film, Sandler decides to take a break from comedy and do a dark film for once. I think this is his best film and shows his true acting talent. A serious side of Adam Sandler. You don’t see the funny man in him in this one, plus this movie has a unique story to tell.
  2. Happy Gilmore – The classic fight scene with Bob Barker is what did it. The price is wrong, BITCH!
  3. Anger Management – Sandler once again pulls off good acting skills in this flick. It’s one of his better new comedies in a long time. Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler playing in the same flick together is just pure gold!
  4. Billy Madison – A crazy film about a man who still acts like a kid and experiences elementary school all over again. A cool movie with funny laughs.
  5. The Waterboy – Another one of his funniest comedies ever made. Especially Kathy Bates character in this flick.
  6. 50 First Dates – I don’t care for romantic comedies too much but this one is actually a real good one. I think this is Adam and Drew’s best collaboration.
  7. The Longest Yard – This movie was a remake from the original starring Burt Reynolds but I really liked this one, it was great seeing Burt Reynolds and Adam play together. There’s some hilarious scenes in this one too.
  8. Little Nicky – It’s been said that this is one of Adam’s worst movies but I like this one and would say this one’s a guilty pleasure. You’ll have to admit there are hilarious scenes in this flick, especially the cameos of Rodney Dangerfield and Ozzy.
  9. Airheads – He didn’t play the leading role in this flick, just a supporting star, but still he played a good character in this. I’ve always liked this film.
  10. Bulletproof – An action/comedy movie starring Adam and Damon Wayans. I’ve seen this film too many times.



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