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Mr. Deeds 2002

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Funnyman Adam Sandler stars in MR. DEEDS, the hilarious remake of the classic American comedy Mr. Deeds Goes to Town.

Starring:
Adam Sandler, Winona Ryder
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Steven Brill
Starring Adam Sandler, Winona Ryder
Supporting actors John Turturro, Allen Covert, Peter Gallagher, Jared Harris, Erick Avari, Peter Dante, Conchata Ferrell, Harve Presnell, Steve Buscemi, Blake Clark, John McEnroe, J.B. Smoove, Tom McNulty, Buddy Bolton, Angelito Bautista, Scott Thompson Baker, Robert Frank Telfer, Elizabeth Owens
Studio Columbia Pictures
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By F. Poff on October 11, 2002
Format: DVD
Mr. Deeds is a great movie. It's not intelligent or powerful or anything so lofty. But it is a sweet, silly and very fun movie to watch. Adam Sandler is perfect as the kind-hearted small-town boy experiencing big city life for the first time. Winona Ryder is fantastic to look at and fun to watch. She shines. But the character who steals the show is John Turturo as the butler. His bit parts are big scene stealers. I liked this flick so much I saw it at the theater twice. It is a feel-good movie with some real tender parts and is filled with under-keyed hilarious moments. I like Adam Sandler's raunchy humor, but it is very cool to see him play such a great nice guy. And don't worry, some of the humor in this movie is downright "weird" like only Sandler can deliver. I loved this flick!
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This was an entertaining movie with a sound cast. The story didn't quite measure up to the original as the remake, but there were some funny shining moments. While this is supposed to be an Adam Sandler film, John Turturro literally steals the movie. He is hilarious as Emilio Lopez the "sneaky sneaky" butler. This movie showcases his well timed comedic talent. Without his contribution, it would have been just an okay remake of a 1920's classic.
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Adam Sandler has always been my favorite actor. His movies are all similar, in which he usually plays a character who is either slightly retarded or a big loser. Nonetheless, his characters have all been hilarious. In Mr. Deeds, he strays from his normal character to a nice, small-town guy who owns his own business and is loved by everyone. Sandler proves that he can be just as hilarious when playing a completely normal character. When he is told that he has inherited 40 billion dollars from an uncle he didn't know existed, he acts as though nothing unusual has happened and remains the same guy who everyone loves. He goes to New York City with the managers of his deceased uncle's company and gets the rather stiff servants in his uncle's mansion to loosen up. You can't possibly have a sense of humor if you don't explode with laughter when an extremely old man yells, "BOOB!!!" in a hallway that echoes. John Turturro plays Emilio, a hilarious addition to the movie. His character is an adorably funny servant who befriends Deeds during his stay at the mansion. Besides being funny, the movie has a nice love story within it. Winona Ryder plays Babe Bennett, a reporter, and although she originally manipulates Deeds into thinking she is someone else in order to learn personal information about him, she falls in love with the compassionate small-town guy that he is.
Adam Sandler's movies are usually pure comedy, with the exception of few (such as Big Daddy) but in Mr. Deeds, he delivers just as much humor as we have come to expect from him, as well as a solid, wholesome plot. I give this movie five stars, and two thumbs up to Mr. Sandler.
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Sweet, clean, good family fun. Agree with the other reviewers who say Emilio the butler steals the show. He's great. Just the right mix of creepy (in good clean fun) and intriguing.

I would watch this once. If I had to entertain kids of a variety of ages, I'd watch it a 2nd possibly 3rd time. Then I'd need 5+ years to forget it. It's a good family movie. A few good laugh moments. No rip-roarious laugh moments, but good chuckles.

Side note: now that I lived in NYC for 4+ years . . . it's amazing just how much I see the BS of the "Inside Access" show seemingly at play in the reporting in NYC. Is everyone totally full of sh*t here? What is wrong with this city?!?
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Mr. Deeds is a film that stars Adam Sandler as a person who ends up inheriting a business empire worth billions of dollars from his late uncle Preston Blake. Preston Blake was the founder of Blake Media Corporation (in business deals with several radio and television stations). Adam Sandler plays a character of the nephew who was running his own pizzeria shop before he found out that he is the sole living heir of Preston Blake. What complicates matters is that one of Preston Blake’s former assistants is CEO of Blake Enterprises and secretly wants the whole business empire for himself.
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I've always thought that Adam Sandler's earlier roles were his better ones. Here, he plays a lovable, niaeve, hopeless romantic who manages a pizza parlor in a small New Hampshire town and suddenly finds himself as the sole heir to a fortune that would put a considerable dent in our country's national debt. Throughout this film, Mr. Sandler proves my point as I continuesly find myself having no trouble wishing the best for his character as he adjusts to being probably the richest man in America (maybe I'm just sucking up for a cut of the dough.) Then, there is also the fact that this film has a solid story to tell rather than just give Mr. Sandler an oppurtunity to spout weird jokes. The supporting cast was all wonderful. Peter Galliger was the perfect slimey, self-serving business man and Conchata Ferrell may have begun her possibly type-cast role as the abrassive but ultimately loyal employee (think "Two and a Half Men" here) with this film...note that this isn't the worst thing in the world as I always enjoy her performances. I am glad to say that Steve Buscemi is around and will say something weird every so often, so you (and I) can sleep tonight knowing that all is right in the world. I've never been the biggest Rob Schneider fan, but his parts in this film made sense and gave me a few extra laughs. There are many more supporting cast members and many more reasons to enjoy this film. I do wonder about Winona Ryder's performance as Adam Sandler's love interest...I understand that at certain times, she was "playing a part" and, being that her character is not a professional actress, certain parts of her performance were supposed to come off as forced, but I felt that some parts where she was to "be herself" also seemed forced.Read more ›
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