Summary: I enjoyed happy Gilmore, I guess you can say a movie when Adam sandler was in this prime.. The story of a wanna be hockey player that ends up taking up golf because of his ability to drive the ball. This is a classic golf comedy that's enjoyable, for all ages I recommend a viewing of it.
Summary: Just about the only good Adam Sandler movie (I'm talking to you, Grown Ups!). Happy Gilmore is funny at times, and the message is pretty heartfelt. It's not a classic for the ages, but Happy Gilmore is still up to par.
Summary: Screw all the critics on this one. They're retarded and don't know what they're talking about. This movie is absolutely fantastic and doesn't need professional judging (critics) to make it sound or look good. This has been a legendary movie and it will always be a classic.
Summary: This one is funny at times, but nearly enough to make it truly worth your time. There are worse ways to spend 90 minutes, but there are also much better ways. At the end of the day, the plot is highly implausible, but the feel good aspect of it helps bringbthe film out of the gutter completely.
Summary: Adam Sandler has certainly made some terrible movies but Happy Gilmore, a film that is still talked about more than fifteen years after its release, is certainly not one of them. Sure the movie pretty much relies on one joke, namely the fact that Gilmore is an angry hockey player playing golf, but from than one joke it is able to produce more than enough laughs to warrant a watch.
Summary: A genuinely funny and enjoyable film. Has a great story filled with some laughs, as well as some drama. The characters are interesting and rootable, the villain is dastardly, etc. All in all, Happy Gilmore is truly a hole in one!
Summary: Roger Ebert you are a fool! This film is one of the greatest comedies of all time! I don't think I go a day without saying "Shooter!". This one of my favorite films and everyone I know loves it so screw you critics the fans have spoken! I made this account because of this garbage. Im giving it a 10 to balance the ridiculous 31. But i'd give it an 80 overall.
Summary: The scene with Bob Barker is a classic, but I have a hard time getting beyond Sandler's angry man-child schtick, which gets old fast and attempts to mask a thin plot and some pretty terrible acting. Maybe I hold comedies to too high of a standard.