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Gross-out humor overwhelms the easy chemistry between Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, who bring some energy and yucks to this tale of a girl with short-term memory loss and the guy who tries to get her to love him.
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Quite what age group this soft-centered entertainment is aimed at is hard to divine.
Stupid, coarse and abysmally unfunny.
Ends up making you pine for Lucy's gift of forgetting.
This movie paints itself into a corner from which it cannot emerge without becoming an utter disaster as far as I'm concerned.
Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore shine in this sweet, flirty comedy about a man who falls for a woman with short-term memory loss.
A chick flick for guys, with a pH balance in perfect equilibrium between the crass and the sweet.
...has an unexpected emotional undertow and enough hard-won laughs to make it succeed.
A surprisingly good film with a sweet story...
Within the witlessness and crudeness is a touching (or mawkish, depending on your perspective) romantic comedy trying to get out.
The moments that Sandler and Barrymore can steal together are golden.
Though the set-up in this light romantic comedy is a bit strained, once you get into the main interaction with the two stars you get both the laughs and the emotion that you hope for in a film like this.
Gossamer thin, but lots of fun nevertheless.
So freakin' likable. A bumbling bachelor falls in love with a woman with short-term memory loss, so he must remind her of their relationship every day. The reveals of Lucy's dad and brother painstakingly recreating the day of her accident and Lucy painting Henry's face from her dreams despite not remembering him are quite touching.
A comedy with an interesting plot but predictable laughter that still catches you no matter how many times you view the film. Sandler and Barrymore's second on-screen duo builds their chemistry even bigger and higher than ever. 4/5
Its an entertaining and sweet movie, but it isnt the best at trying to capture the real intensity of emotions that could have been portrayed across to the audience an okay movie which is vaguely amusing.
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