Big Daddy is directed by Dennis Dugan, and it stars Adam Sandler and the Sprouse Twins about a bachelor who doesn't want to take in responsibility for adult life, that is until someone delivered a baby to him that's for his roommate, but his roommate is going somewhere else, so he's stuck with the kid. Big Daddy is honestly one of the last Adam Sandler films that Dennis Dugan directed that is actually really good as his later films are not that funny. Adam Sandler is really good in it and has the comedic timing for the jokes that are in this. Cole and Dylan Sprouse are surprisingly good for that young age and shared some laughs in this film. Even Rob Schneider, who plays a bit more of a subtle character than other Adam Sandler films with him in it, gets chuckles out of me which makes me glad about it. There are some jokes that were a miss, but most of the time, I was laughing quite a bit. The beginning is usually a bit rough for usual Adam Sandler films, but when the plot settles in, that's when it starts to get really good. I like the chemistry between Sonny and Julian is really sweet as Adam Sandler plays his charms off in this that make me convinced that he can be a good father. There are some moments that I thought were going in the route that'll make me irritated, but it surprisingly doesn't which makes me a bit relived, even though there are some tropes here or there that were familiar to me. Big Daddy is a funny film that really didn't deserve the nominations for some Razzies in my opinion.