At least he did a good job for his own produced film, and I prefer him in dramatic and dried up humor roles.
On the plus side I CAN WATCH THE SAME MOVIE EVERY NIGHT OR READ THE SAME BOOK AND I HAVE NO MEMORY OF EVER DOING THIS BEFORE! It fortunately works perfectly with Adam Sandler's type of humor, back when it was a little more relevant, and captured what makes him a tolerable dramatic actor.
And it wasn't even sad.
I still got a kick out of seeing Dan Patrick in one of the scenes at the end, because he loves doing his Sandler cameos and you can tell he's having fun.
That's because the delightful Lucy has no short-term memory, so Henry must woo her day after day until he finally sweeps her off her feet.
This obviously causes Adam Sandler problems in his attempt to make her fall in love with him all over again every day.
When he's not tending to the animals at Sea Life Park in Hawaii, marine veterinarian Henry Roth Adam Sandler is breaking the hearts of tourists in search of a vacation romance.
But after sitting through 50 First Dates with her, I don't think it'll be as hard as I thought to watch more in the future.