Sandy Wexler (2017)

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Sandy Wexler is a talent manager working in Los Angeles in the 1990s, diligently representing a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business.




  • Adam Sandler in Sandy Wexler (2017)
  • Vince Chavez in Sandy Wexler (2017)
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  • Tiffany Burden in Sandy Wexler (2017)
  • Adam Sandler in Sandy Wexler (2017)

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28 January 2018 | ralballer
The worst "movie" I've ever seen
Adam Sandler, quit already. You haven't given us anything good since The Longest Yard, anything remotely funny since Zohan. You have been stealing our money for 15 years. Have some shame! Your legacy, once solidly as one of the best comedians to come out of SNL, has turned to crap. Quit while you are behind. Yes, your movies were always silly, but at least you could count on them for some laughs, now that's looong gone. Sandy Wexler... where to start? What a piece of hot manure of a movie. A bunch of has-and- never-beens talking fondly about the inadequecies of a lying and seemingly mentally-challenged movie agent that nevertheless survives in Hollywood by working with talentless losers. Feel sorry for Jennifer Hudson, the only star in her prime in this fiasco, and the only one that really seem to give an effort to save this Titanic. The only redeemable quality of this movie is that it manages to create a new genre: "Not Comedy", that's the only way to describe it. Or perhaps, it is indeed a comedy and the joke is on us, and Adam Sandler is the one laughing, all the way to the bank. If I was Netflix, I demand my money back from Sandler, and a hefty amount for damages to your brand, because, eventhough the movie is free with my subscription, I still feel robbed.

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