Fun plot idea, about a guy with a fear of committance, who falls in love with a girl has no short-term memory. Most of the jokes fell flat for me, due to their lame and corny nature, but what makes the film worthwhile is the big heart found in its centre. There are some very touching sentiments that lifts it and holds it together. Scenery-wise, it's also incredibly beautiful - with some gorgeous shots from various locations in Hawaii. Drew Barrymore is her usual cute and lovable self, and Rob Schneider, well he does pretty much the same thing he does in every other Sandler film. A few semi-amusing jokes thrown in every once in a while, but that's about as far as his contribution goes. Great chemistry between Adam and Drew though, which raised the overall quality significantally. A dependable pick to watch on a date or with a special someone in your life.