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I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry

Yes, I know, it is hard to believe that I actually watched I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. What may surprise you (heck, it surprised me) the movie wasn’t half bad. Now, I wouldn’t give it 5 stars or probably watch it again. However, it was entertaining enough to watch the whole thing.

Larry (Kevin James) is a widower with two kids. The only way for him to change his insurance policy changed is to get married. Larry is a firefighter, and is partnered with his best friend Chuck (Adam Sandler). To help Larry out, Chuck and Larry get a domestic partnership and get married in Canada. Should be the end of the story right? Wrong. They then have to prove that their relationship is the real deal. The jokes sometimes are really, really bad and a little to stereotypical. However, there is a great scene where the two men fight and call up each others shortcomings that need to be addressed. All in all, it is a movie you should see.

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5 thoughts on “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry”

  1. Hated it. It was one very long fat/gay joke. In other words, if it wasn't a fat joke, it was a gay joke, for two hours. And the very last thing in the world that I want to see is a prissy Ving Rhames. I think I gave it one star in my Netflix ratings. It's only redeeming quality: the very hot Jessica Biel in several revealing outfits.


  2. I liked this movie, though I agree that I probably wont be putting it in to watch unless someone else decides they want to watch it.

  3. didnt like this movie as much as sandlers previous classics like the waterboy or wedding singer, however it was still fun to watch.

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