Summary: my god with all the negitive talk about this movie i was not sure what to expect but once agin as i have said before it seems sometimes that people do not realise a good movie or a good time when they see it and that is exactly what this movie is a good time yea some of it may be a little dumb but...
Excerpt: Adam Sandler stars as Danny, a plastic surgeon, who got his heart broken by his fiancée as a young man, only to discover that wearing a wedding ring is like catnip to a certain breed of female so now he pretends to be married in order to score with numerous sexy women who feel sympathy for him.
Summary: If you saw the coming attractions then you saw the movie. Don't bother. It's not one of Adam Sandler's best movies. This flick is almost In keeping with his general grammer school type humor with a little T & A.
Summary: Danny Maccabee (Adam Sandler) is a successful plastic surgeon connives with a friend Katherine Murphy (Jennifer Aniston). He tries live a different life to impress a girl. Katherine and Danny run into the real-life Devlin Adams (Nicole Kidman) and her husband Ian Maxtone-Jones (Dave Matthews).
Summary: Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston have some pretty good chemistry here and make for an entertaining comedic team. They both play off each other well in this farce (an update of Cactus Flower) where one lie unspools to another and another and so on.
Summary: Although the entire cast is charming, the premise quickly peters out and the film meanders through scene after scene of comic miscalculation. Nick Swardson's character is completely pointless and Nicole Kidman's extended cameo is wasted.
Summary: "Just Go With It" is a romantic-comedy story of Danny Maccabee, a plastic surgeon, who after faking his marriage status to almost all the girls, finds someone who wants to meet that soon-to-be-ex-wife of him. He then turned to his assistant, Katherine, and asked her to act soon-to-be-ex-wife of him.
This really is the lazy, modern Sandler at his new low norm.
29 February 2012
Conclusion: This 'Adam Sandler does Rom-Com' is a poor excuse to get the busty Decker and tiny Aniston into swim wear. There are some good ideas here but it is so far fetched, over-acted and ridiculous that it tends to grate, rather than amuse, although some of it is mildly funny and entertaining.