Okay, sue me, I laughed. I laughed a lot! Every time I encounter,Adam Sandler,he makes me a little embarrassed. Sure, there is always that one funny scene. But it's not worth the rest of it. Then there is Zohan. It's concept is funny, it's story is funny, it's execution is funny and it made me think, about the ongoing battle between residents and developers in Brooklyn.Who knew Sandler would make a political comedy?
Seen this one a few times, it is very funny and has a heart too, it is almost populist in the approach to the local diverse community around the salon and also makes good healthy mockery of a Mossad agent, and Special Forces types in general. It is curious in the sense of all these qualities being unexpected in movies associated with the same people this one is associated with - it must have slipped under the cracks