Mad’s review published on Letterboxd:
PTA once said, in his podcast with Marc Maron (which is available on YouTube btw, amazing stuff) that Adam Sandler's comedies, prior to this, were basically his comfort films. Whenever he felt down or sad, he just watched them and it was like his happy pill. He just needed one of the many Sandler comedies to make himself happy.
Idk about the other Sandler films, but I'm certain that this is *my* comfort film. My happy pill. My safe space. Whenever I'm feeling down (as I was for a while now) I know that I'll always have this film to go back to to remind me that, "Hey, it's gonna be okay"