WHO’S IN IT?
Adam Sandler (Happy Gilmore), Chris Rock (Grown Ups), Rachel Dratch (Click), Steve Buscemi (The Death of Stalin), Allison Strong (film debut), Scott Cohen (Kissing Jessica Stein), Melanie Nicholls-King (How She Move), Noah Robbins (Miss Sloane), Maury Ginsberg (Rocket Science), Liz Larsen (Bittersweet), Patricia Belcher (The Number 23), Teddy Coluca (Salud), Roland Buck III (Sleight), Garry Pastore (Rob the Mob), Rob Morgan (Mudbound)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Robert Smigel (film debut), director, writer; Adam Sandler (Big Daddy), writer, producer; Allan Covert (That’s My Boy), producer; Federico Cesca (Patti Cake$), cinematographer; editor tba
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
A middle-class father (Sandler) is determined to pay for his daughter’s wedding in a week’s time, despite the constant prodding from the much wealthier father of the groom (Rock). Both of their families are soon forced together as they all prepare for the wedding in a week’s time…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The fourth and final film in Adam Sandler’s four-movie deal with Netflix will no doubt please fans of the actor’s work, but hopefully it will also show a slightly more mature side to his on-screen antics.