Adam Sandler And Andy Samberg In That's My Boys' Red-Band Trailer!
Adam Sandler knows how to churn out the films, some funnier than others *cough* Jack and Jane *cough*. However, That's My Boy looks to be up there with the funny ones.
Adam's character - Donnie Burger - looks to be a middle-aged Van Wilder mashed up with a Russell Brand in Arthur. This is not such a bad thing, but quite the challenge to live up to.
Every one of his films seems to have a similar humour that you either love or hate. Sandler is truly the Marmite of movies, splitting audiences and sitting in your cupboard for ages, like a garlic guardian... or something like that.
That’s My Boy looks to be stuffed full of one-liners, so-bad-they’re-good innuendos, awkward moments and gallons of sex fuelled immaturity... so exactly something that we would love to watch!
Donnie Burger is a legend amongst those that he went to school with for being a major party animal that canoodled with every female that crossed his path. Including teachers, mums (we presume not his own) and paediatricians.
However stuck in days gone by, his friends and peers have moved onwards and upwards leaving him to wallow in his past mishaps. In his words he’s "just a regular guy, who did a f*cking awesome thing."
There seems to be a disappointing lack of Rob Schneider who usually appears in Sandler’s films, which is a shame – but fear not, the comedy stylings of Andy Samberg, the stunning Leighton Meester from Gossip Girl.
What’s Gossip Girl? Oh, we don't really know, we accidentally stumbled accross it and recorded the whole of season five on Sky+ and watched it back to back in a druken stupor. Nightmare.
Anyway, Vanilla Ice makes an appearance, which is a fair step up from his work with Jedward, but nowhere near as cool as appearing in Teenage Mutant Hero Turles: The Secret Of The Ooze.
That's My Boy hits cinemas on Friday 7 September 2012!
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