For whatever reason, film critics really, really hate double identity movies.
January Jones was robbed!
Without so much bad released in 2011, it’s really hard to pick the worst of the worst.
He also thought the war in Iraq was our nation’s finest hour and P.F. Chang’s has pretty authentic Chinese food.
‘Jack and Jill’ may soon join them.
The answer is in your wallet…and it’s not a really old condom.
Director: Dennis Dugan Cast: Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes, Al Pacino Synopsis: Family guy Jack Sadelstein prepares for the annual event he dreads: the Thanksgiving visit of his identical twin sister, the needy…
If you thought the ‘Jack & Jill’ trailer looked horrible, you’re not alone…
He’s playing his own female twin, complete with the “crazy mother” voice from his comedy albums.
If you've ever wanted to see Adam Sandler in drag, his next film Jack and Jill will give you plenty. Sandler plays a man and his twin sister. Yep, it's come to that, and even Al Pacino and Katie Holmes are joining in on the "fun."
This inevitable failure with the critics but success at the box office is being directed by long time Sandler collaborator Dennis Dugan. He directed Sandler in his last P.O.S. Grown Ups that went on to make 264 million at the worldwide box office. So up my nose with a rubber hose for bagging on their team. They make money hand over fist. You can check out the film in 2011 if you Sandler in a wig makes you smile. (Collider)
Good news for people who like Adam Sandler comedies (you know who you are). Katie Holmes and Al Pacino are in talks to join Sandler's new film, Jack and Jill.
Considering that their film credits include The Godfather, Glengarry Glen Ross, and Batman Begins, Holmes and Pacino make an impressive pair. But not nearly as impressive as the pair Sandler has lined up to write and direct the film, Steven Koren and Dennis Dugan. Their film credits include such classics as Evan Almighty, Grown Ups, and You Don’t Mess with the Zohan. Holy crap!
What the hell happened to Adam Sandler's movies? Back in 1995, I remember watching Happy Gilmore after school and laughing my ass off. But now, fifteen years later, it seems like all of his projects are geared toward 12-year olds. What changed? I can't wrap my head around it. (/Film)