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Happy Gilmore [Blu-ray]

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Adam Sandler stars as Happy Gilmore in the over-the-top comedy that scores a hole in one for hilarity. After his dream of stardom on the hockey ice melts, Happy Gilmore discovers he has a gift that could bring him glory on the greens. Trouble is, with his hot head and hard-hitting drives, Happy doesn’t just play golf…he destroys it. With the help of a retired golfer (Carl Weathers) and hot publicist (Julie Bowen), can Happy perfect his game and tame his temper to win the tournament prize money? With unforgettable appearances by Bob Barker, Christopher McDonald and Kevin Nealon, this comedy favorite features non-stop laughs that are par for the course!

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    • Actors: Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Julie Bowen, Frances Bay, Carl Weathers
    • Directors: Dennis Dugan
    • Writers: Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy
    • Producers: Robert Simonds
    • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
    • Language: English (DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1), French (DTS 5.1), Spanish (DTS 5.1)
    • Subtitles: French, Spanish
    • Dubbed: French, Spanish
    • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
    • Region: All Regions
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated: PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: June 7, 2011
    • Run Time: 92 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (459 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B001BA9FIG
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,911 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Happy Gilmore [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

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    Format: DVD
    You're looking for a comedy on DVD. Let's see...
    You don't want any comedy that's too sophisticated, like "Deconstructing Harry".
    You don't want any comedy that's too insane, like "There's Something About Mary".
    You JUST want to laugh.
    I'm proud to say "Happy Gilmore" will make you scream with laughter, my friend. This is Adam Sandler's platinum hit, the best comedy of his career. It has the coveted Amazon.com five-star customer rating, a rare find indeed for the comedy lover, and reviewers call it "the best golf comedy since 'Caddyshack'". The movie stars Adam Sandler (Bulletproof, The Wedding Singer, Billy Madison) as Happy Gilmore, a short-fused hockey player who just realized he AGAIN didn't make the cut for his hockey team for the 10th time in a row. After taking out his raging anger on the coach, he life begins to spiral downwards when his girlfriend leaves him, and he realizes his grandmother's prized house built by his grandfather's bare hands if about to be seized by the IRS in 90 days due to her failure to pay taxes in over a decade. But when he discovers his monster hockey slapshot equals one hell of a talent in golf, he is talked into playing golf by a local retired golfer, Chubbs Peterson, for the money to reclaim his grandma's house. But not only is Happy not ready for golf, but the president of the Pro Tour, Doug Thompson, doesn't think golf is ready for Happy! Even his future golf enemy, Shooter McGavin, thinks he's making a mockery of golf with his very bad temper and his rambunctious behavior. But Happy is a hit with fans, so he's weaved himself through the loophole...for now.
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    This movie has got to be one of Adam Sandler's best. Notice how he always plays people with somewhat short fuses, though some not as violent as Happy Gilmore. But that's what makes this so funny. With an opening sequence in which he tries out for a hockey team for the tenth time and isn't accepted, and ends up beating up the coach, you know where this thing is headed. This movie is more than just a regular guy with an awesome shot due to hockey and an awful temper. But the movie is at it's best when Happy gets into a fight with 'The Price is Right' host Bob Barker and Bob wins! Anyone who hasn't seen this scene can't call themself an Adam Sandler fan! The basic story of this is pretty simple, it's about a guy who thinks he was born to play hockey, but still hasn't made a team. Then he meets a guy with a wooden hand who used to be a golf player, who tells him he should start. So he does, and he's got an awesome drive, but his putting stinks. And he has an arch enemy, a total a**hole named Shooter McGavin, who makes a total fool of himself many times but still thinks himself a pretty cool guy. This movie has got some pretty funny jokes and they're actually funny ( although somewhat juvenile, but what do you expect with Adam Sandler), and you can't help but love the hapless Happy. Overall you'll be pretty happy with a movie like 'Happy Gilmore'
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    By A Customer on December 1, 1998
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    First of all, I am not an idiot. I appreciate great movies (my favorite is "How Green Was My Valley"), but this movie is simply terrific. While the cinematography leaves something to be desired, Mr. Sandler's jokes come fast and come funny. He has a more highly developed comedic form than most people give him credit for, and I cannot think of one joke in this film that misses. There is also a distinct pleasure one gets from watching the scorned Sandler beat up his hockey coach, screaming "That wasn't very nice!" - or observing Sandler take on an incensed Bob Barker. The other appeal of this movie is Sandler's underdog status; he is totally ignorant of the formalities of pro golf. He refuses to practice; he chooses a homeless man as his caddy; he calls for noise when teeing off; and he keeps his giant-sized winner's checks in the back seat of the car. As well, there are a few other good characters. Shooter, the best golfer on the tour, is the sleazy villian. Chubs, possibly the film's funniest character, is Sandler's teacher who admonishes him "Happy, stop acting like a damn fool." And of course, there is Sandler's former boss, an enormous man with a nail stuck in his head. What Sandler has shrewdly created here is one of comedy's most endearing and humorous characters. Unfortunately, critics, who would not laugh at anything unless in cynicism, shrugged it off as a mere frivolity. But, as the American people already know, Happy Gilmore is one of the funniest movies ever made.
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    By Scott on January 14, 2003
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    The movie Happy Gilmore is the funniest laugh-out loud golf comedy since Caddy Shack. From the very first scene to the last, Adam Sandler and his cast will keep you in stiches and gasping for a breath. Unlike other of his comedies, Adama Sandler is not the only one delivering the laughs. A cast, who isn't that famous yet, but hilarious and meant for each role that they play accompany Sandler. The movie follows the entertaining career change of Happy Gilmore (Adam Sandler) who goes from being a brutal hockey player to a golf sensation. After finding out that his grandma has lost her house as the result of not paying her taxes, Happy vows to get the house back. After being cut from the local hockey team, Happy is discovered by an old golf pro, Chubs Peterson. He tells Happy that he has the potential to make a large sum of money playing golf. A light bulb goes off in Gilmore's head and he decides to put his hockey career on hold for a while to pursue this idea of becoming a golfer and thereby raising the money to get his grandma's house back. After winning a local tournament Gilmore makes the pro tour and is ready to start making money. His journey through the tour takes many comedic ups and downs as he battles with the villian of the movie, Shooter McGavin (Christopher McDonald). Shooter will do anything to prevent Happy Gilmore from succeeding. This movie is a classic and undoubtedly one of the best comedies of all time. There is not a dull moment in the movie and anybody who dosen't laugh at Gilmore's antics on the course must surely have no sense of humour. There is no stop to the endless number of sidesplitting actors in this movie. Even when Adam Sandler is not in the scene, Christopher McDonald amuses you with his arrogant yet comical style and the cameo by Bob Barker is icing on the cake. I give the movie five out of five stars and recommend it for anyone who likes to laugh.
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