Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore reunite with Wedding Singer director Frank Coraci for this Warner Bros. romantic comedy about a terrible blind date that segues into a nightmare family vacation. Lauren (Barrymore) and Jim (Sandler) are two single parents just looking for love. In the wake of a blind date that turns disastrous, both agree that they're better off single. Just when Lauren and Jim thought they would never see each other again, however, their two families end up at the same African safari resort for spring break. Could it possibly be that their relationship is so crazy it just might work? Kevin Nealon, Shaquille O'Neal, Terry Crews, and Joel McHale co-star.~Jason Buchanan
My feel for this film, is just the way I felt about the two other films starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore! It was not only hilarious, but they had chemistry. In fact, if theres ever another film starring the both of them, I would definitely see it and once it does get released on DVD, I will most certainly purchase it at Best Buy. this film had a little bit of everything, comedy, drama, and even action. I enjoyed it when I saw it in the theatres, and I'm enjoying it now, since I own it on DVD. I do not regret purchasing this film. I will own it and then hand it to my son or daughter when they get older, for them to enjoy. Drew and Adam had tons of chemistry and which makes the film even funnier to watch. They were both great in the Wedding Singer and as well as 50 First Dates..
Out of all Sandler/ Barrymore movie they have made together, this one it the one to beat. From beginning to end just pure fun and comedy. These two are on top of their game when they made this . Even the support cast is on fire.Terry Crews sing blending is off the chain. Price of admission. I have recommended it to some people at work and that is all we joke about . Funny, heart felt and perfect. Get it now
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
My wife and kids love this movie so much. I was really hoping to get a digital copy like it stated but it was not included in the dvd.