Top 5 Adam Sandler Movies
Since the 1990s, Adam Sandler has been one of the funniest actors to appear first on Saturday Night Live, before becoming a household name with his many movies. Sandler’s movies are always funny and have characters with a lot of heart. And with him being in the industry for over 20 years, he has acted in endless films great for both parents and children. Keep reading to see the best movies Adam Sandler movies.
#5 – Funny People
Adam Sandler plays George Simmons in this dark-comedy movie that was released in 2009. This movie is not for his younger fans since it has a “R” rating. In the movie, George Simmons learned that he has a life-threatening disease and decides to use the rest of his time to mentor a young up and coming comic. Throughout the movie, George Simmons discovers his love for stand-up again and tries to define his legacy.
#4 – The Waterboy
Released in 1998, and co-written by Sandler, he plays Bobby Boucher Jr in The Waterboy. Bobby is a waterboy for a successful college football team until their head coach fires him one day. Bobby then starts to work as the waterboy for the rival team. While working with the new team, Bobby was ruthlessly bullied causing him to act out and attack the football player who was picking on him. The couch witnesses Bobby’s strength and decided to put him on the team as a linebacker.
#3 – Hotel Transylvania
Sandle’s first animated film since Eight Crazy Nights is Hotel Transylvania. In this movie, he voices Count Dracula who now runs a five-star hotel for all kinds of monster guests. It is during Dracula’s daughter’s 118th birthday celebration that a dim-witted human crashes the party and starts to fall for Dracula’s daughter. This movie is filled with classic monsters in a new exciting way to make your kids love them!
#2 – The Wedding Singer
Set in the 1980s, Sandler plays Robbie Hart who is brokenhearted himself, but still has to perform at his job as a wedding singer. Since Robbie was abandoned at the altar by this then-fiancee, he starts to believe that love isn’t real. But it is when he meets Julia, he starts to have hope in love again.
#1 – Happy Gilmore
Another fantastic movie that Sandler co-wrote himself was Happy Gilmore. Happy Gilmore always dreamed of becoming a professional hockey player, but discovers with his strong shot he is better suited for golf. Though he does not behave like any professional golfer with his short temper he still needs to find a way to succeed in the golf world to earn money to save his grandma’s house.