Thursday, January 14, 2010 , Posted by Johnny Fuery at 1:40 AM

Originally Published 2004-12-20 03:11:11

Good flick. Definitely worth seeing. Adam Sandler is maturing into a very good not-limited-to-comedy actor.

The socioeconomic play is a little too watered down, but the study of the interaction between the three main characters is incredibly real, believable, and thought-provoking. One of the few movies I've seen where I didn't really identify with any of the characters and still found it thoroughly enjoyable.

Sideways, for instance, was passable in my opinion for that very reason... I identified with none of the characters. It was interesting and entertaining, but not a provocation for introspection. Heck, I think the two characters were basically the same -- suffering from the same disease of low self-esteem and each dealing with it in supremely extreme and questionable ways.

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