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I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry [Blu-ray] [Import]

Steve Buscemi , Richard Chamberlain , Dennis Dugan    PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)   Blu-ray
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Adam Sandler and Kevin James star as best friends and fellow firefighters Chuck and Larry, the pride of their Brooklyn fire station. Chuck owes Larry for saving his life. Larry calls in that favor big-time by asking Chuck to pose as his “domestic partner” so his kids will get his pension. But when a fact-checking bureaucrat becomes suspicious, the two straight guys are forced to improvise as love-struck newlyweds. Jessica Biel, Ving Rhames and Dan Aykroyd co-star in this hilarious comedy.

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2.0 out of 5 stars more negatives than positives March 2 2010
By falcon
well,this was disappointing.took me awhile to get around to it.not
quite worth the wait,in my mind.too long,for one thing.by about maybe
20 plus minutes.also,it wasn't really funny,save for a few chuckles
here and there and one time where i laughed out loud.also,though i'm
not really someone who gets offended easily,there are some things in
this movie that i could see people getting offended by,and with good
reason.the whole women being objectified and being nothing but eye
candy gets tiresome after you've seen it in enough movies(this is
coming from a straight guy.plus it isn't funny.and then there's Rob
Schneider playing another stereotyped character,or rather
caricature,that could be considered in bad taste.there were some good
things about the movie,though.Richard Chamberlain who's openly gay,had
a small part in the movie.the whole issue of homosexuality was
treated(mostly) with respect and dignity.and Jessica Beil's character
was a strong female character who was not a bimbo or eye
candy.plus,parts of the movie movie were touching and had a positive
message.overall,i didn't hate it,but i wouldn't recommend it either.for
me,i now pronounce you Chuck and Larry is a 2/5
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4.0 out of 5 stars Love will keep us together.. Oct. 7 2007
By Amanda Richards HALL OF FAME TOP 1000 REVIEWER
This absolutely hilarious comedy hit all the right notes with me. The soundtrack in particular would be any wedding singer's dream request line-up, and the actors are pitch perfect, obviously having had a lot of fun making the movie.

In brief, Larry (Kevin James) is a widower with two kids (both of whom will remind you of Abigail Breslin in Little Miss Sunshine) who tries to short circuit the process of getting his insurance policy changed. Larry is a firefighter, and is partnered with his best friend Chuck (Adam Sandler), a calendar model and womanizer, who definitely knows how to keep a crowd warm and happy.

One day on the job, Larry saves Chuck's life, and payback, as they say, is a beyotch.

To cut a long and very funny story short, Mr. and Mr. Larry Valentine have to prove that their domestic partnership is the real deal, leading to rib-tickling situations involving their lawyer (Jessica Biel), their boss (Dan Aykroyd), the fraud inspector (Steve Buscemi), and their firefighting buddies including Ving Rhames as you've never seen him before (and may never want to see him again). Rob Schneider and David Spade make cameo appearances, as do Nick Swardson, Mary Pat Gleason and Richard Chamberlain as the thorny Councilman Banks. Keeping the music n'sync is Lance Bass, who plays a band leader.

A few of scenes go on a little too long, but the laughs just keep coming, and the thing that pulls the whole movie together is the bond of friendship between the two leads, as well as the love of their family and friends.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good comedy June 16 2014
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I love the show. A great comedy and it had my favorite star in it. He didn't play a lead roll but he was there.
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3.0 out of 5 stars My review for this movie Aug. 26 2013
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This was a good buy. I enjoyed this movie very much. Id recommend it to young adults, teens and comedy lovers
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26 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars So so so funny! Dec 23 2007
By Lynn Benson - Published on Amazon.com
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Expected it to be "okay". Adam Sandler movies can tend to be ridiculous -- when he plays ignorant and unrealisticly stupid boneheads from time to time. I was kind of expecting that. But I was hoping for a couple of hours by myself so I got a movie I know there was no chance my husband would dare watch with me (not in a million years...) And I was so pleasantly suprised to be laughing out loud over and over again. I absolutely loved the light-in-the-loafers son. Especially when he beat up the bully at school. I about peed my pants. THAT was one of the best fight scenes in film history! Someone needs to clip that and turn it viral! If you're homophobic, you are going to be uncomfortable a lot in this movie. Not like Brokeback Mountain, but you may want to pass nonetheless. But if you've got a sense of humor and you're a normal human being -- watch this.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars How Far Would You Go For a Friend... Nov. 25 2007
By Justice0309 - Published on Amazon.com
I must admit sometimes my expectations for a movie tend to get a bit too high; of course this isn't completely my fault, mind you. Generally it's caused by what I see in the previews or who the actors/actresses are that are starring in the film, or who the director is, or maybe just the subject matter. Whatever the case, there are times that I get excited to see a movie and whether I just expected too much or whatever, the movie just flat out lets me down and I leave the experience wishing I could get my time back. A recent example of this occurrence would be the Adam Sandler ("Reign Over Me") led comedy "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry", also starring Kevin James (TV's "King of Queens") and Jessica Biel ("Stealth").

"I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" is the story of two firemen, Chuck (Adam Sanlder) and Larry (Kevin James), best friends who would do anything for each other. After Larry's wife passed away, and some forgetfulness on his part regarding necessary paperwork noting his spouse's passing, Larry discovers that his department's benefits will not cover his children should something happen to him, that is unless he is legally married. With such a hazardous job and the thought of leaving his kids with nothing looming over him, Larry does the only thing he can think to do, marry his best friend Chuck. However, by making this choice they must convince the rest of the world that their gay marriage is completely real, and this will prove to not be such an easy task for these two completely straight guys.

The previews for this movie portrayed the film as a laugh out loud comedy that by all rights would have me hurting from laughter. I mean with subject matter such as straight guys posing as homosexuals the possibility for comic gold was obvious. However, the result was somewhat lacking and the movie was left feeling overly long, with a thin story line that seemed to have way too many lulls between laughs, and way too politically correct for its own good. `Chuck and Larry' wound up being yet another movie that had a great preview that completely sold me on the film, but when I got to the actual movie I had already seen all the good stuff in the preview.

As a fan of Adam Sandler, I've gotta say I expected much more from him here. Comically this had to have been his absolute weakest film to date. Sure the stuff that was shown in the previews was funny, but that's pretty much all there was. I felt that it seemed like Sandler was playing it safe with this movie, not wanting to possibly offend anyone, therefore all the jokes and comic situations were watered down to fit into our politically correct world. This wasn't the only problem I had with Adam in this movie though; he also acted as if he wasn't really into the role of Chuck. Most of his scenes were so flat and boring that I was surprised the director actually accepted them for the movie. Kevin James was much better in the role of Larry, but even his funniest moments were shown in the previews. I will say that Kevin did have one of the most dramatic scenes, and possibly one of the best scenes, in the movie when he had to face the fact that his wife had died and it was time for him to move on. Kevin played the scene so well, his pain was so genuine and him talking to his wife as if she were in the room with him was such a nice touch to fully illustrate just how connected he still was to her and how hard letting go has been for him. The rest of the cast was decent, Jessica Biel was a good choice for the eye candy role of the movie, and her role didn't require much on her part other than looking sexy, which isn't much of a stretch for her. Steve Buscemi as the slimy, somewhat creepy government employee attempting to prove that Chuck and Larry's relationship is a sham was perfect and it's a role he always handles so well. Ving Rhames and David Spade made several funny appearances that were surprising and enjoyable, but didn't really add much to elevate the movie above being a below average comedy. The biggest surprise out of the entire cast was Rob Schneider as the oriental minister, I normally get a small kick out of Schneider's cameos in each of Sandler's comedies, but this role was probably his best to date. He was so hilarious in the few scenes he was in, actually stealing the spotlight from Adam and Kevin in those instances, and I was left wishing that his character actually had more to do in the film, and maybe then the movie would have been better.

Truthfully, "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" would have been a better movie if it would have trimmed down the running time by about thirty minutes. Most comedies are only 90 minutes, very few actually try for the two hour mark, and those that do are smart enough to cram enough jokes and maybe even a little drama to fill in the space, but `Chuck and Larry' apparently went for the less is more approach to fill in their two hour run time, and the decision backfired massively. Had I not seen all the funny parts in the previews (and they were funny, enough to get my expectations up), the running time been shorter, and the jokes not been so politically correct, then I think this movie could have been the laugh out loud comedy I was expecting it to be. But often times what we expect is rarely what we actually get.

"I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" is rated PG-13 for language and sexual references.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Just the usual Adam Sandler comedy July 6 2008
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Chuck and Larry isn't as bad as critics called it but it's still not great. Kevin James didn't make a wise decision choosing to make an Adam Sandler movie as his first movie since the King of Queens series finale. I mean when did the Happy Madison company ever make anyone a star ? Plus King of Queens was way funnier than this movie. He basically just ended the show to just play...Doug Heffernan making believe he's gay. If he made believe he was gay in the show though, it would have actually been funny since the show had better writing.

We don't get much new from Sandler either. He once again just plays a jerk that everyone likes for no good reason. I mean we're supposed to believe that Jame's character would want him to be the caregiver of his kids if something happened him. While he's such a father figure that he leaves the toilet seat down and also does something bad and blames it on one of the kids. We also get the same sort of unrealistic court scene that we have seen in like 4 other Sandler scenes before this. Where everyone is cheering for Sandler's character like they are at a sporting event. He of course gets to beat up people, I've never seen Adam Sandler act tough and beat up someone in one of his movies. He beats up anyone that calls his character a fagot. How about getting an Adam Sandler movie where he's beaten to a bloody pulp for once. At least we get to see Jessica Biel in her bra and panties though, that almost had me giving it 5 stars.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Kinda Disappointed In My Two Favorite Comedians Jan. 10 2008
By GameraRocks - Published on Amazon.com
Being a big fan of both Sandler and James, it hurts to rate the film so low. I was really expecting a lot from two of my favorite modern comedians, but there just wasn't much in the story to be really funny. James and Sandler have both done seperate movies and TV shows that are funnier than this. Don't get me wrong, it is ok, but more like a giggle here and there instead of a full on belly laugh the entire film. I can't even think of a scene that was my favorite, which is another problem, it's not that memorable. Overall, it is worth watching but not worth buying.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not that great Feb. 8 2008
By Kelly Donaldson - Published on Amazon.com
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This movie made me really happy to have Amazon Unbox for my Tivo. I didn't buy the movie (yay!) and I didn't have to return it (even better) after renting it.

I just didn't care for this one. I usually like Adam Sandler, but this movie just didn't make me laugh. It mostly annoyed me. Oh, sure, by the end Chuck and Larry have learned some Very Important Lessons in life (of course) but that didn't make me feel any better about the movie.

I guess it's ok for an afternoon where you're snowed in or otherwise really bored at home.
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