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1/2* (77m | R) After Rob Schneider's last two no-brow comedies ("The Hot Chick" and "The Animal") underperformed at the box office, he couldn't get work outside of his requisite cameos in Adam Sandler flicks.
By TINA MILES LOCK up your daughters, Liverpool - celebrity lothario Russell Brand is on the loose. The comedian, famed for dating a host of celebrities, is bringing his sexuallycharged banter back to the city - witha date at the ECHO arena on Monday, February 2, next year.
By Andy Coleman CONTROVERSIAL comic Russell Brand is returning to stand-up comedy with a UK tour that includes a date at Birmingham's NIA Academy on January 23 next year.
By Nikhat Kazmi More stills from You Don't Mess With the Zohan http:// photogallery.indiatimes.com/articleshow/3502907.cms You Don't Mess With the Zohan (comedy) Cast: Adam Sandler, Emmanuelle Chriqui Direction: Dennis Dugan Critics rating: (##include msid=2271419,type=9 ##) THIS one's vulgar, zany, funny, almost a laugh riot, with the most topical message of all.
By Shea Conner "Saturday Night Live" kicked off its season with a big show this past weekend. Swimming superstar Michael Phelps hosted and Tina Fey's impersonation of Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin was spot-on. Some are already calling it an instant classic.
U.S. singer, songwriter and some-time actor Jerry Reed reportedly has died of emphysema at the age of 71.
U.S. singer Ralph Young, one-half of the popular 1960s singing duo Sandler & Young, has died at age 90 in Palm Springs, Calif., his wife says. Young's wife Arlene told The Los Angeles Times he died Friday after a brief illness.
By Jeff Vice Deseret News THE HOUSE BUNNY -- ** -- Anna Faris, Emma Stone, Colin Hanks; rated PG-13 (vulgarity, profanity, slapstick violence, slurs, brief partial nudity) Anna Faris, you're a funny person.
Drama, starring Don Cheadle as successful but unhappy dentist Alan Johnson who is unexpectedly reunited with old friend Charlie Fineman (Adam Sandler). Charlie lost his wife and children in the September 11 attacks.
As adam Sandler chases a terrorist along an Israeli beach, his hairy, muscled torso glistens in the sun. While the Jewish-born comic actor will always be more Austin Powers than James Bond, there's no denying those muscles are real.