Release Date: February 13, 2004
Director: Peter Segal
Stars: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Rob Schneider
Runtime: 99 min
Tagline: Imagine having to win over the girl of your dreams… every friggin’ day.
[Note: I wrote this review early on when I wasn’t writing a whole lot for reviews, so I’m calling those an unpolished review, which I’d like to rewrite in the future, I’ll explain it more when I make a category for it. I’m too drained to make a page right now]
It’s actually a pretty good romantic comedy, as far as the standards of Sandler films go (plot-wise).
Adam Sandler plays a ladies’ man named Henry Roth, and wants to change his ways after meeting the wonderful Lucy. What he finds out the next day is that Lucy was in a terrible car accident, which gave her short-term memory loss, where her memories of the day get wiped clean when she wakes up the next morning. Now, Henry must make her fall in love with him every day, if he wants her to stay in his life.
It’s usually very cute, funny and sweet. It isn’t a horrible plot at all, and has some great on-screen chemistry between Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler.
It also stars Sean Astin, Blake Clark and Rob Schneider.
If you’re a fan of Adam Sandler or romantic comedies, check it out. It isn’t bad at all, and is really worth one or more watches.