Comedy • PG-13 • 1998 • 1 hr 30 min
Mama,Ma-ma-ma,says cracks me up everytime
A solid Sandler film. Is able to be funny and memorable. The stutter comes of as slightly offensive, but the movie is one of Sandlers best.
This is a classic. If you haven’t seen it you have to make it happen!
A goofy sports comedy that transcends into a highly quotable classic (that’s somehow endearing). Fun cast. Southern setting sets the vibe.
Classic Adam Sandler movie. A staple into his career. You have to watch it. It’s a classic
Hilarious move! We all could learn from the Deep South, many movies poke fun at them because they don’t mind being laughed at. Chill people!
I will always watch this movie when it’s on and I will always laugh.
Obviously a Sandler movie is never going to be the most amazing thing ever, but if you don’t like the WWWaterboy, we can’t be friends
It’s totally stupid. But good stupid. Just do yourself a favor and watch it! 😂
Escapist humor that hints at a satire on the love of football but ultimately stays straightforward. Bates and Winkler are great.
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