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Adam Sandler And Drew Barrymore Go To Africa In Bland Trailer For Blended

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Regardless of how an Adam Sandler comedy turns out upon full viewing, the trailers for his films continue to promote themselves as comedies that are both bottom-feeding and written by a class of middle school students who don’t like each other. With this in mind, watching Blended was still a shockingly bizarre experience, and I don’t understand how it didn’t say "Based on a Simpsons Episode" after the title screen. I expected the return of Sandler and Drew Barrymore’s on-screen chemistry to be paired up with a lofty concept, but actually seeing "Adam and Drew Go To Africa!" is a hard pill to swallow.

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StarWarsFan2958d ago (Edited 2958d ago )

I think the standout in this trailer was the glimpse of Terry Crews dancing and singing. He looks hilarious.

-Foxtrot2957d ago (Edited 2957d ago )

You know what really brings Adams films down these days...children. It seems most films they do now he has kids or kids are involved somehow.

Did Something About Mary feature their kids...no

Did The Wedding Singer feature their kids...no

Hell did 50 First Dates feature their kids...no

Yet they were all so much better then the crap we get now

Trust me watching that trailer...if she didn't have kids and he didn't where it was just him and her battling it out on their "vaction" I think it would be better. Now would it be a good film, probably not but it would still be better.

Grown Ups had a good cast, it was just ruined by this "family like" experience. If you had a film with all them on a road trip or something it might not of been as painful to watch

aDDicteD2956d ago

i enjoyed the chemistry between adam sandler and drew barrymore i think they had at 2 movies together that were good; wedding singer and 50 first dates, the latter being more better. initially i did not like the trailer, i think sandler forgot what made his movies good before, now his movies look forced and the plot is trying to be more than it should be, however, with barrymore i might give it a benefit of a doubt, i also liked terry crew's involvement, the guy has terrific comedic timing.