It should be no surprise to you that funny man, Adam Sandler is pro-Israel ’cause Adam is a very jewish guy.
I love Pink Floyd and all but I do hate Roger Waters though. That guy is such a douche and a big time, left-wing idiot. Waters always had a huge hard on for Iran. I’ve read plenty of interviews with Waters in the past when all he does is act like that Iran are the good guys and Israel are the bad guys.
Waters is an asshole and always has been. Waters is just one of those idiots who is anti-America.
I’m looking forward to the “Crouching Tiger” sequel and the new Pee Wee film. Maybe I’ll check out the new Adam Sandler flicks too.
I love the Pee Wee character. Been a big fan of Paul Reubens for many years and still am so I can’t wait for “Big Holiday”.
I used to be a big fan of Adam Sandler. I used to watch him on SNL in the earlier days and used to watch all of his earlier comedy films like “Happy Gilmore”, “Billy Madison”, “Big Daddy”, “Airheads”, “Bulletproof”, “The Waterboy”, “Punch Drunk Love”, “Anger Management”, etc.
I haven’t been liking him too much anymore ’cause he haven’t been choosing good movies lately. The latest movie I’ve seen of his was “Funny People” and haven’t seen anything else after that.
Netflix have officially teamed up with Sandler to make 4 movies exclusively for Netflix streaming. The titles and plots of those 4 movies are unknown at this time but I would imagine they will be mostly comedies. Sometimes Adam Sandler would do a different genre like he would try to do a drama once in a blue moon. When these movies arrive on Netflix, I’ll check ’em out.
In the beginning of Netflix, I had already predicted that they were gonna start making their own TV shows and films and I was right. Netflix is making history here so good for them.
I used to be a big Adam Sandler fan, but I lost interest in the guy because his movie choices as of late has been really weird. I stopped watching Adam Sandler movies after “Punch Drunk Love” in 2002. “Punch Drunk Love” was a great movie, it was his best performance, but everything else he did after that film, what happened to him? I loved all of Adam’s comedies in the 90’s. I loved, “Billy Madison”, “Happy Gilmore”, “The Waterboy”, “Big Daddy” was good, and so was, “Anger Management”. Most of his new movie roles have been garbage lately and I have no interest in seeing, “Jack and Jill”.
He’s still a good guy and funny as hell, but I wish he would get back to choosing good movies again and him agreeing to do, “Candyland”, is even more questionable.
The Hollywood Reporter, reports.
I used to play the “Candyland”, board game a lot when I was a kid. I won’t judge the movie when not seeing the trailer yet though.
Charlie Sheen is set to re-team with Joe Roth once again with a new TV sitcom titled, “Anger Management” which was inspired by the film that starred Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson. Joe Roth and Sheen, already worked together for three films, “Major League”, “Young Guns” and “Three Musketeers”.
I’m looking forward to seeing how long this job will last. Hope he won’t start any shit.
In Adam Sandler comedies, it is no secret that pretty much all of his films have cameos with other celebrities. Nicole Kidman, never had a cameo in a Adam Sandler flick, and now she will finally get one. Nicole is set to star in “Just Go With It”, for a small role. Not too small but maybe a 15-20 minute scene. Her character is being kept underwraps but her role is supposed to be very comedic, similar to the likes of Tom Cruises’s character, Les Grossman in “Tropic Thunder”. The film will also star Jennifer Aniston which she is part of the lead.
More on it here:
Hope this won’t be another flop for Nicole. She’s one of my favorite actresses too. I wish she would do another serious drama which is what she is best at. She’s been doing terrible films as of late.
Pop music legend, Neil Diamond, does something different for the Holidays. He came out with a shocker by covering Adam Sandler’s hit Christmas song, “The Chanukah Song”, the song that made Adam well known as a comedy musician.
Hear Neil sing Adam’s “The Chanukah Song” below, and I’ll post Adam’s version of the song.
Sorry Neil, he did an entertaining job at it, but Adam sings it way better. I’m sure Adam is thrilled that a huge legend covered his song though.