By the end of the film, the cliché of everybody getting along is reduced to both sides working together in the ultimate monument to capitalism: a mall. Some message. show more
On screen it looks crazed, but the comic energy is huge, if indiscriminate, and Mr. Sandler's performance -- think Topol doing Charles Boyer -- can be as delicate as it is gleefully vulgar or grotesque. show more
Less like "The Waterboy" and more like "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry," only funny. show more
I loved loved loved this movie, everytime I have watched this movie I have loved it more. I want another Zohan...please another Zohan-maybe he doesn't have to be a hairdresser this time, what about a stylist-clothes & he gets help from The Crazy Wacky Betsy Johnson?
I love this movie, the best part is when he is in the salon....he is so funny.....really worth watching...
The movie was hilarious the first time but then if you where to watch it again. It would just come off as boring. Not one of Adam Sandler\'s best movies