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June 07, 2009
Was that Rob Scneider as the Oriental Wedding Priest?
September 21, 2008
who played the clothing store clerk when chuck and alex(jessica biel) went shopping? i thought it was dave mathews?? email@example.com
July 05, 2008
The beggining would give the most laughs, with the fat guy in the burning building. However, after that, it begins to take a turn downhill, shooting up every so often as something humourous comes along. In this movie, however, Sandler may have been encouraging Homo sexuality, which is just fine to do.... to a fault.
May 22, 2008
who was the preist in the movie
May 22, 2008
this movie was awsome!
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Wall Street Journal
In under two hours, the synthetic, insufferable I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry manages to insult gays, straights, men, women, children, African-Americans, Asians, pastors, mailmen, insurance adjusters, firemen, doctors -- and fans of show music. That's championship stuff. Full Review
The kind of buddy comedy Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau might have starred in 40 years ago, when the material would have felt less dated, if no less silly. Full Review
A movie that gives marriage, homosexuality, friendship, firefighters, children and nearly everything else a bad name. Full Review
Essentially, Chuck & Larry is an oafish chance for audiences to laugh at gay-bashing jokes and then feel morally redeemed for doing so -- courtesy of an obligatory wrap-up scene that reminds us that homosexuals are humans, too. Full Review
There's nothing here to appreciate for anyone who isn't a Sandler fan and, unfortunately, too little even for those who have dubbed themselves lifelong supporters. Full Review