Posted on: 11-11-2011 by: Chris Laxamana
Adam Carolla and Rotten Tomatoes’ Matt Atchity discuss movies released this holiday, including New Year’s Eve, Sherlock Holmes 2 and Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol.
David Alan Grier
Chris Soules and Witney Carson
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JACK & JILL = BUCKY LARSON: BORN TO BE A STAR
THE NEW PHONE APP IS GREAT ACEMAN !
he’s the new Eddie Murphy, a once-funny guy who is just cashing a fucking check. Fuck Adam Sandler,
Adam Sandler is the Dodger Dog of comedy.
LOL! You nailed it JA.
“Jack & Jill”….loved it the first time – when it was called “Billy Madison / Little Nicky / Happy Gilmore / Big Daddy / Don’t Mess With The Zohan”,etc,etc,etc.
When the trailer for ‘Jack & Jill’ came on my TV I thought it was some show skit parodying movie trailers, but no, as it finished it turned out it was a real trailer for a real, mediocre looking, movie. God dammit.
I thought the exact same thing!
Sandler was never funny
You have to fix the audio synch on this – it’s not correct.
Couldn’t finish watching because it was disconcerting.
The guy from RT estimates a 35% – 40% ??? After 77 reviews its topped out at 4%, with a straight-up 0% of top critics.
so is carolla not going to see any of the movies featured on “adam’s rotten tomatoes review”?
It’s a good thing nobody else has ever done a boxing movie about a plucky blue-collar underdog, or Adam might be guilty of using “someone else’s idea” as well.
Adam Sandler – NOT funny, Not original, Not relevant! He’s the white man’s Tyler Perry. Who is paying $ to watch these abortions of cinema?
Hey. I freaking love these. They are great. Adam regardless of where he falls always makes interesting points about contemporary film. And Matt is just a cool guy. I can take as much Matt and Adam as you guys are willing to give.
Great stuff as always!
The first and last time Adam Sandler was funny was when he was “opera man” on SNL.