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Ashleigh: My favorite Leslie Mann film is “Knocked Up”. She cracked me up with the whole Mom role in that movie, talking about the potential child molestors in their neighborhood, etc.!
Elishia: My favorite Seth Rogen Film is Knocked up! He was a genius in this film. Absolutely hilarious and entertaining. Once i saw this film and immediately had to go rent superbad, and then realized he is also in my all time favorite movie Anchorman with a small part!
Shaun: My favorite Seth Rogen Film is Knocked up! He was a genius in this film. Absolutely hilarious and entertaining. Once i saw this film and immediately had to go rent superbad, and then realized he is also in my all time favorite movie Anchorman with a small part!
Lindsay: The Wedding Singer because I love the music and him and Drew Barrymore make such a great on screen couple.
Brian: My fav from Apatow and Rogen is actually the tv series Freaks and Geeks. I actually remember watching a few episodes when the 80′s era show was on the air. I now own the series on dvd, I had to own it. The character I can relate to is Nick Andopolis played by Jason Segel. He grew up wanting to be a rockstar, just like I did and also played the drums. All the characters were funny and honest. Apatow wrote Freaks and Geeks like how a reality tv show before they were popular on tv. I also enjoy watching the actors from the sitcom reappear in Apatow movies. I love Apatow movies, I have owned the Cable Guy for years and watched it countless times, never get tired of it. My brother and I still quote that movie to this day. “Sooo….what do you mean” (you have to say it with a lisp)
Christopher: Happy Gilmore because of one of the best fight scenes in movie history. 73 year old Bob Barker and Adam Sandler, enough said.
Max: Spanglish is my fav movie with Adam Sandler. It showed my exgirlfriend of the different ethnicities learning to work together. Not to mention when Cecelia hit the patio sliding door and her nose was bleeding. That was funny.
Rudy: I would have to say my favorite movie by Adam Sandler movie is Reign Over Me. Not just because of Kansas City’s Don Cheadle is in it., but it touched my heart. This movie was a movie I didn’t think Adam fit the role. Hell I was wrong!! He gave an excellent performance. Even though the movie had some tear jerking scenes it also had a some good humorous parts as well. Adnd finally even though it touched on 9-11
Jon: My favorite would have to be Superbad. Not only is this one of the best movies for hilarious quotes (many of which probably shouldn’t be repeated here), but I think just about anyone who has seen it can relate to it. We can all either relate directly with one of the characters, or we’ve known someone just like them. In high school, we would do anything for a laugh, or for the girl we had a crush on. “I AM McLOVIN!”
Van: Adam Sandler with Don Cheadle, “Rain Over Me”. This shows another side of Adam Sandler. Sandler’s versatility in film is phenomenal!
Joel: Adam Sandler in Waterboy. Saw this movie with a few friends and couldn’t stop laughing while watching the movie. This movie had all the essentials of a good comedy movie, lots of physical humor,funny voices and the one my parents can’t stand——- crude jokes.
Maria: 50 FIRST DATES, I LOVED THIS MOVIE BECAUSE ITS WHAT EVERY GIRL WANTS WHEN SHE FALLS IN LOVE FOR SOMEONE TO LOVE HER SO MUCH TO MAKE HER FALL IN LOVE WITH HIM OVER AND OVER.