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Billy Madison [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Adam Sandler, Darren McGavin, Bridgette Wilson-Sampras, Bradley Whitford, Josh Mostel
  • Directors: Tamra Davis
  • Writers: Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy
  • Producers: Fitch Cady, Jack Giarraputo, Robert Simonds
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: June 7 2011
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (160 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BA7BT6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #14,222 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Item Type: BLU-RAY DVD Movie
Item Rating: PG13
Street Date: 06/07/11
Wide Screen: yes
Director Cut: no
Special Edition: no
LanguageENGLISH
Foreign Film: no
Subtitlesno
Dubbed: no
Full Frame: no
Re-Release: no
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For Adam Sandler fans only, this dopey comedy features the former Saturday Night Live star as an overindulged rich guy whose father insists he repeat grades 1 through 12 before taking over the family business. The scenario is perfect for Sandler's infantile leanings (which he has fortunately outgrown in more recent movies), and for the most part the jokes about being too old and too big for the experiment are obvious. Chris Farley and Steve Buscemi turn up in uncredited cameo appearances, but otherwise the film is pretty dismissible, except for those diehards who can't get enough of Sandler. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I was watching Billy Madison on tv today and I remembered how great it was. It is hard to believe this movie came out 9 years ago; funny how time flies. I was 11 at the time and in the 4th Grade. The things that Adam Sandler was talking about to those kids was like the things me and my friends talked about. The simpleness of Sega Genesis MK Vs. Donkey Kong might be lost on todays kids.
Adam Sandler delivers a performance for fans of common people comedy. He doesn't try to deliver an Oscar quality performance for the uppity reviewers, just for people who understand his humor. What Sandler gives people is a funny movie with a great story, though improbable. Sandler's character Billy is a bum of a son who just sits around all day at his rich business dads mansion and parties. When he finds out his dad is retiring and the company his dad runs is going to his enemy, Billy has to take action. Billy makes a deal with is dad to go back to school, to prove his worth, by passing each grade over a two week period for each grade, graduate by June, and he gets the company. Not as simple as it sounds.
The things that happen to him by going back to school teaches him a lot of lessons, funny lessons at that. Watch the movie if you want to know all the adventures of Billy. Good times.
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Billy Madison is the most hilariously inane character that Adam Sandler has portrayed, and while I don't consider this one of Sandler's best movies, it is easily one of his funniest. A lot of the comedy seems to have come directly from the set of Saturday Night Live; it was funny there, and it is funny here. Even a few SNL buddies, namely Norm MacDonald and the late Chris Farley, turn up to revel in the infectiously entertaining silliness. Sandler plays Billy Madison (of course), the son of a filthy rich hotel magnate. He spends all of his time lazing around the pool, drinking copious amounts of alcohol, and pawing over nudie mags; his only hobby seems to be lighting bags of poo on fire on the front porch of people he doesn't particularly like. Even after his infantile behavior at a big business meeting, he is shocked to hear his father say he is giving the company to a particularly annoying executive rather than turning it over to him. He swears he will do anything, even go back to school and actually earn the diploma his father bought for him, to make his father change his mind. Monday morning finds him camped out in a first grade classroom, where he actually fits in pretty well. Every two weeks, he is tested and bumped up another grade. Billy really enjoys his time in third grade because he makes some good friends among the children and laps the elixir of knowledge from the fountain of the gorgeous Veronica Vaughn (Bridgette Wilson). As time goes by, Eric starts sweating and sets Billy up for a fall. Only the disciplinarian love of Veronica and the support of his new childhood friends can pick Billy up and get him back in the game.
I think Sandler is a comic genius, and few comedians could make such a silly, silly movie a real success.
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In 1995, Adam Sandler played one of his best roles ever as a movie star. This movie, Billy Madison is funny, stupid and a good movie for the whole family to watch.
The movie starts out with Billy Madison (Sandler), the idiot son of a hotel tycoon (Darren McGavin). Billy is a lazy, stupid, fall-down drunk that chases invisible penguins. One night, Billy's father plans to retire and wants to give the company to Billy but one of his father's executives, Eric (Bradley Whitford) convinces him that Billy is too stupid to run a company. So Billy tries to prove to his father he can run the company by: First grade - Twelth grade all over again, complete each grade in two weeks.
So Billy goes back to first grade and starts to have a lot of fun being a kid again. Then he goes on to third grade where his teacher is his dream girl Veronica Vaughn. Now Billy gets farther and farther to completing school and Eric black-mails the school principal, Max, into publicly announcing that Billy only passed because he paid Max $5,000 to pass. So it came down to Billy and Eric in an Academic competition.
See who gets the company. Will Billy go from being a drunk to a hotel president or will Eric run the company? See what happens.
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By E. Batica on Nov. 15 2002
Format: DVD
Billy Madison was the dumbest role that Adam Sandler did and I LOVE IT!...Nothing was funnier than Billy Madison. If you thought Jim Carrey was dumb in "Dumb and Dumber", you obviously haven't seen Billy Madison. It's non stop laughter here.
Sandler plays a spoiled 28 year old, drunken, moron who is heir to his father's Hotel dynasty. In hopes that his only son would take over the family business, his father is shocked to realize that his own son is so stupid that he had to pay his way through school. After all, who spells Rock "R-O-K"? Determined that he should take over the family business, Sandler makes a bet with his father that if he goes back to school and scores good grades in each grade in a week (1 grade, 1 week), that he should get to take over the family business.
Along with his best friend Norm McDonald and the help of fellow SNL Alumni Chris Farley and of course the help of his classmates and sexy teacher Bridgette Wilson, Sandler makes Billy Madison the most fun and funniest movie that he has on his bill so far. I assure you, you will laugh until it hurts with this one. Get Billy Madison and have yourself a total laugh!
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