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22% SCORE IS A TRAVESTY!!! I used to rely on this site for movie ratings but after seeing 22% and watching Mr. Deeds I have no faith in Rotten Tomato scores. Should easily be the highest rating score on this formerly trustworthy site
Mr. Deeds proves to be a baby because it can't stand up.
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Mr. Deeds is a 2002 Adam Sandler comedy directed by Steven Brill. The film stars Adam Sandler as Longfellow Deeds and Winona Ryder as Babe Bennett.
The story I personally found to be very bland and uninteresting, but luckily it wasn't as poorly done like some of the other Adam Sandler comedies.
The acting was fine for the most part especially John Turturro as Emilio Lopez, but then again the actors didn't really have much to work with.
The characters I felt were steady and enjoyable for the most part, but nothing special enough for me to remember.
The film for some reason also had a very distracting lighting effect, which in my opinion didn't fit with the tone or style of the film.
The soundtrack on its own in my opinion would be fine, but sadly it was very misused here.
The comedy was both one of the weakest and strongest aspects of the film, with a few good laughs here and there, but also some jokes that fell flat.
The film also wasn't boring by any means, but it's not something that I would go out of my way to watch again.
Over all I give it a 4/10
Not bad, but nothing special
Lighthearted, fun movie! Feel like any critic review missed the whole point of this movie.
Adam Sandler has a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde persona it seems- For every click that clicks(no pun) there is a Mr. Deeds that simply doesn't work. Die-hard Sandler fans seem to appreciate their hero no matter what he's in, so it's virtually a lock that they'll like at least some of what Mr. Deeds has to offer. For the movie-going public in general, however, this is very much of a mixed bag, with enough negatives to outweigh the positives. The movie isn't horribly made or unwatchable, but it is uninspired (even considering that the underlying premise has already been brought to the screen by the master of manipulation, Frank Capra). Mr. Deeds is more mediocre than magical, and, as a result, not worth more than a wicked cursory glance. There are better comedies and dramas and dramedies out there.
Terrible movie. Just another bad Adam Sandler movie. A terrible remake of a classic 1930s movie. This movie was so BORING and barely funny. The second time I watched this, I fell asleep during the movie. I'll admit, I only laughed a few times during the movie, but that's it. The characters suck. The plot is just a badly executed rehash of the original. The story is predictable. Most of the humor is unfunny. The only funny scenes were the frost bite foot scene and the restaurant fight scene.
A fun romcom that is very different than most romcoms. The film has non-stop laughs all though.
when I first saw Mr. deeds it was pretty good but it wasn't like anything perfect. The story was still okay but the humor in it was kind of weird.
It is a very heart warming movie and people just hate on Adam for no reason even though he is really funny.