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Mr. Mom, a review by Dragonfire

Mr. Mom

I first saw Mr. Mom years ago, probably not that long after it originally came out.  I think it was when I stayed with my grandmother.  She had HBO.  I seem to remember watching this movie over and over and over...along with some others.  Anyway, I saw it a lot years ago.  I found it on HBO recently and watched it for the first time in years.  I still really enjoyed the movie.

The idea of the dad staying home with the kids was a bit different when the movie originally came out.  Since then, I know a lot of fathers have ended up staying home with the kids while the mothers worked for whatever reason.  With how things are in this country right now and how so many people have lost jobs, that aspect of the plot is still very relevant even though some things seem a little dated.  The movie is pretty funny, though some of the humor is a bit silly.  Most of the humor comes from how Jack deals with or attempts to deal with things around the house.  The plot is fairly simple and straight forward, but the movie is still very entertaining and definitely worth checking out.  There isn't a lot of development to the characters, but the main characters are likable.  The cast does really well with their parts.

I did get a review posted on Epinions.

Mr. Mom

(From Marie's Random Movie Viewing on October 1st, 2011)

Member's Reviews

Big Daddy, a review by Tom

     Big Daddy (1999/United States)
IMDb | Wikipedia

Columbia TriStar Home Video (United Kingdom)
Director:Dennis Dugan
Writing:Steve Franks (Screenwriter), Tim Herlihy (Screenwriter), Adam Sandler (Screenwriter), Steve Franks (Story By)
Length:89 min.
Video:Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85, Pan & Scan 1.33:1
Audio:English: Dolby Digital 5.1, German: Dolby Digital 5.1
Subtitles:Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Turkish

Adam Sandler as Sonny
Joey Lauren Adams as Layla
Jon Stewart as Kevin
Cole Sprouse as Julian
Dylan Sprouse as Julian

Thirty-two-year-old Sonny Koufax (ADAM SANDLER) has spent his whole life avoiding responsibility. But when his girlfriend dumps him for an older man, he's got to find a way to prove he's ready to grow up. In a desperate last-ditch effort, Sonny adopts five-year-old Julian (COLE SPROUSE, DYLAN SPROUSE) to impress her. She's not impressed... and he can't return the kid. Uh-oh for Sonny!

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2000)  Favorite Actor - Comedy (Adam Sandler)
BMI Film & TV Music Awards (2000)  BMI Film Music Award (Teddy Castellucci)
Golden Raspberry Awards (1999)  Worst Actor (Adam Sandler)
MTV Movie Awards (2000)  Best Comedic Performance (Adam Sandler)
Teen Choice Awards (1999)  Film - Movie of the Summer
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2000)  Favorite Supporting Actor - Comedy (Cole Mitchell Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse)
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (2000)  Favorite Supporting Actress - Comedy (Joey Lauren Adams)
Golden Raspberry Awards (1999)  Worst Director (Dennis Dugan)
Golden Raspberry Awards (1999)  Worst Picture
Golden Raspberry Awards (1999)  Worst Screenplay (Steve Franks and Tim Herlihy & Adam Sandler)
Golden Raspberry Awards (1999)  Worst Supporting Actor (Rob Schneider)
MTV Movie Awards (2000)  Best Male Performance (Adam Sandler)
MTV Movie Awards (2000)  Best On-screen Duo (Adam Sandler and Dylan and Cole Mitchell Sprouse)
Young Artist Awards (2000) 
YoungStar Awards (1999)  Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy Film (Cole Mitchell Sprouse, Dylan Sprouse)

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My Thoughts:
I haven't seen this movie in years. I remember enjoying it much more. Now I find it mostly an unfunny affair. Interesting to see Jon Stewart in a rather big supporting part. I have a few other movies with him. Even one where he is the lead (Wishful Thinking). Recently I enjoyed it in his recurring role as himself on the Larry Sanders Show. I can't wait to have my faster internet connection so I can finally see his Daily Show more often via the official homepage.


(From Tom's Random Reviews on March 6th, 2011)

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Angel Marathon, a review by addicted2dvd

Angel: Season 2

13. Happy Anniversary
Original Air Date: 2/6/2001
Angel and the Host search for a physicist they fear will cause the end of the world---and who unknowingly has help from two apocalypse-lovin' Lubber demons.

Guest Stars:
Brigid Brannagh
Matt Champagne
Darby Stanchfield
Mike Hagerty

My Thoughts:
This is really just an average filler episode. really. It does little to advance the main storyline of the season. Unfortunately I couldn't get myself to care about the characters in this one. Just a nothing special episode.

My Rating:

(From Angel Marathon on March 8th, 2010)