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Little Nicky 2000

After two of the devil's three sons escape hell to wreak havoc on Earth, the devil must send his third son, the mild-mannered Nicky to bring them back before it's too late...

Release Date:
November 9, 2000, UTC
90 min
Steven Brill
Adam Sandler, Rob Schneider, Allen Covert, ...
Comedy, Romance, Fantasy ...

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This movie inspired me to learn how to alter my voice lol, and now as a 6ft 4in man weighing over 200lbs, I can sound like I'm a little girl which really freaks the "censored word here" out of people's minds when I pull that off in person. Especially if they are high. Also Solar movie really needs to tone the censorship down, I can't even use dumbed down vulgarities that kids can say in school and not get in trouble.
Ohh my god, hmm funny no idea, personally will not watch it again !
This flick gave me lots of good laughs!


Picked up this horrible film on dvd the other day. A true guilty pleasure but a fun one nonetheless. I have no idea why I find this movie's poor excuses for jokes to be funny...wait...I like troma films...nevermind.
Aside from Punch-Drunk Love, this might be Adam Sandler's best and funniest film (only Happy Gilmore gives it a run for its money). That is not saying much from my point of view. Setting aside Sandler's brilliant turn in Punch-Drunk Love, I have never enjoyed (and frequently outright hated) most of Sandler's work. In this film, Sandler plays the son of Satan, who is sent to Earth to retrieve his far more demonic brothers and thereby save the planet (or something...I can't really remember the specifics of the plot). The story is, naturally, only a clothesline on which to hang various mayhem and lowbrow humour. The problem is that Little Nicky just isn't funny, despite a likeable cast including Harvey Keitel and Reese Witherspoon (who actually does manage to squeeze some laughs out of her character...a vacuous angel). Sandler is saddled with yet another speech impediment (what is it with speech impediments that he finds funny?), and since he is basically good (despite being Satan's son), most of the humour is left to his slobbish roommates and a talking dog that is painfully annoying. Mercifully, the film is free of Sandler's normal passive-aggressive personality traits, and doesn't contain any of the nasty humour of films like Big Daddy. But for a film supposed to be comic heaven, this film may eventually wind up in the netherworld as punishment for those who committed the sin of laughing too much.

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The career of one Adam Sandler is hard to dissect. We have a pretty funny comedian on one end; however, he just misfires all too often. He tried with mixed results to change his image in Punch Drunk Love, but seemingly gave up with the horrible cliche Anger Management. Here is an overview in the life and times of one Adam Sandler.

Happy Gilmore

Sandler plays a amateur golfer who goes on the PGA tour. Not really all that great a movie, but the fight scene with Bob Barker from TV's "The Price Is Right" makes up for all that is wrong with this one.

The Wedding Singer

This signaled the return of Drew Barrymore. The film is probably Sandler's best work as he works as an aimless wedding singer that falls in love with an engaged waitress. The 80's gags get old quick, but we are left with a touching love story where the chemistry is just right. Wtch for an uncredited Steve Buscemi turn up at a wedding reception.

The Waterboy

You would think that Sandler and Nicholson would make for a good coupling, right? Nope. The comedy falls flat as Nicholson actually looks bad in this film. I actually fell asleep during this one in the theater...I never do that...but, it was so bad...and the ending was so cliche....and Sandler made Nicholson look so bad...god what a poor film.

Hey Folks what can I say I've been busy; well I guess you can call it busy. I think the word for it was that I was just too lazy to write in my journal. And the best time to do it is now I guess, freakn' 1:00 in the morning. Yeah, I usually just talk to Angela for another hour or 2, but tonight she was more sleepy than usual so I sent her off to bed. For me, after I'm done writing in this I plan to watch the Sixth Sense directed only by my favorite director M. Night Shaymalan. You know the only thing I really been doing since last week to now is hanging out with Angela (which freakn' rocks because she's so awesome and beautiful) and going to work or class. There's a tuff dispute in my English class as of now on cloning. This subject has become quite interesting. What I usually do is back off and listen to everyone else speak (I might from time to time say something stupid being funny.)

So life hasn't been to exciting except for when I'm with Angela. I have had my Bro call me a couple times though telling me about the campus life in Indy at I.U.P.U.I, it's always GREAT to hear from him. Sooner or later I hope I may be going for my career there too, but for now I'm here. He's wanted me to come visit some time to hang out in his apartment his dad and him are sharing. I want to, but it's my car being on its last leg (if you know what I mean.) It sounds like a lot of fun. Well that's about it except that I've been working (SUCKS!) Tonight I decided to help out Angela and Britteny at TCBY because I was there dropping off food to them and decided to help. Plus there both friends I care about. Well that's my life story for the evening. GOODNIGHT, Zac;) PS.HA HA Angela lol, nice picture. It is actually funny.
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