Nick Schager Reviews Grown Ups

Adam Sandler spends more time laughing at jokes than making them in Grown Ups, perhaps the slackest, shabbiest comedy in the star’s increasingly dreadful oeuvre. Putting Couples Retreat to shame in the film-as-studio-funded-vacation department, director-par-crapcellence Dennis Dugan’s film teams Sandler with his old SNL mates Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, and David Spade—as well as Kevin James, here baldly subbing in for the late Chris Farley—in a tale about zero, zilch, and not a single freaking thing. The setup is that, 30 years after winning a youth basketball championship, the five friends and their families reunite at a lakeside cabin after the funeral of their beloved coach. And, um, that’s it.

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