Review: You Don’t Mess With the Zohan

Yeah, don’t mess with him. Just ignore him. Totally.
Adam Sandler basically has a whole range of characters, mostly divided by the really dumb group (Waterboy, Little Nicky), and the more serious types (The Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates). Not surprisingly, it’s the latter group that makes the more entertaining movies, and this Zohan character is a bit inbetween those two extremes. While it doesn’t make this movie ultra dull, it also doesn’t makes this movie that enticing (even with the loads of dirty jokes).
The script lacks anything special, but I could’ve seen that from the trailer. I just expected at least some fun inbetween all those misfires, but you really have to look for them. Skip with ease (unless you like easy sex and racial jokes).4+.

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