I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry [Blu-ray] (Bilingual)
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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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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.Read more ›
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