this probably would've been in vigorously funny if I hadn't seen
the trailers. But, the companies just have to ruin your movie
going experience and show you the whole movie before you even go
and see it. I don't think that hearing "Ummmm...that's Hawaiian
Punch" for the tenth time is very funny, if it's funny at all.
Despite the horrible efforts to somehow make the classic Mr.
Deeds Goes to Town into Sandler's comedic relief, this movie
did posses value. It had heart; yes indeed.
I did feel touched by this movie, unexpectedly. This wasn't
Sandler's normal material. I'm not saying he was good here, and
I'm not saying he was bad. At sometimes he was desperately
blank, but most of the time his misconceived expressions led to
value, that this movie captured with a hint of laughter.
Overall, he was good except I just felt like he was out of
I liked about this movie was the sets. I thought it was very
interesting how they did the billionaires house. The little
incidences in the sets were just straight up hilarious. On one
occasion, Sandler asked the butler to move the giant vase of
roses in the middle of the dining table he had ordered because
he couldn't see his date! That one left me in stitches, unlike
the spoiled rest of the movie.
all of the rotten comedic efforts, Mr. Deeds has heart.
Sometimes the dialogue was straight up rude, but that was
quickly backed up with a nice comment. In this movie, Sandler
was telling people to not cuss in front of the ladies, instead
of his normal act, obnoxiously cussing them out himself. This
movie really was a turnaround for all of the cast members.
this movie was an average treat. I enjoyed it, but not
tremendously. I would wait for this one to come out on DVD and
video to see it. It isn't special enough to see in theatres. It
was nice to see Adam Sandler play a more heartfelt character, it
helped him broaden his acting ranges. Mr. Deeds is a nice
little easy-going picture.