Excerpt: Just Go With It is a mean, angry film, odd since it’s about romance, love, and kids. Maybe it’s those opening moments, a Jewish wedding where everyone is given hideous and obvious prosthetic noses while told to act goofy. Then, someone else is there to make of them, and the cycle repeats.
Conclusion: Unfunny, unnecessary, and made pretty much only because people still trust the likes of Sandler, Aniston, and to a lesser extent Director Dennis Dugan to make them laugh enough to lay down a few dollars on a movie ticket, Just Go With It is a movie that lives up to its title.
Excerpt: The Film Just when you thought it was safe to defend Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston as talented A-listers, here comes Just Go With It . The latest Happy Madison moneymaker is "loosely" based on the 1969 comedy Cactus Flower .
Conclusion: In the end, 'Just Go With It' is just not good and serves as a perfect example of lazy writing and mediocre direction. The video and audio are pretty solid though, and while plentiful, the supplements are all fairly worthless. Basically, this is one to avoid.
Excerpt: Just Go With It is kind of like what would happen if you combined The Brady Bunch’s Hawaiian episode with one of the first season installments of Who’s Line Is It Anyway? (the season before Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles showed up on the BBC’s stage to make the concept awesome).
Excerpt: At one point in the new Adam Sandler comedy Just Go With It , shortly before it transitions from being a romantic comedy with a strained premise into a convoluted slamming-door farce without the energy to do any door-slamming, a little girl asks Sandler, “Why don’t you tell that poor girl the...