Definitely the first Adam Sandler's movie that I actually like, like, really really *really* like it I almost hate myself for it. Like, really really *really* like it I even think Adam Sandler was thousand times more better than Tom Hanks. Yes, P.T Anderson is *that* good, Robert Elswit is *that* good.
Sandler is pretty much a one note actor and some people would say this is the film that's proven he can act when actually the film has been tailored around him, someone with anxiety issues, mood swings and erratic behaviour that makes the film watchable. Also did this film have a lighting issue? It's a love story taken from a different angle and to be fair who wouldn't be mentally screwed growing up with 7 sisters?!
How can anyone bear to watch this?! It's excruciating to watch, not because it's bad, but because it's so awfully sad and depressing. You suffer with and for the main character and for what you expect to happen. I stopped 30 minutes in and I felt so disturbed. And I like drama films, tragic stories and films that are about emotional, internal and external turmoil. How the hell does anyone call this a comedy or comic?