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It's the perfect movie to scroll past on Netflix when you're looking for something better.
Sandler's throwback to golden-age rom-com farce is a total missed opportunity.
With the arrival of his latest dramatic-turn this December, the genuinely cool-sounding A24 crime thriller : a deer pees on Sandler and Salma Hayek; Jon Lovitz leads the female cast members in a workout where the only exercise is chest shaking; bodybuilder Kris Murrell plays a character named "Beefcake Kitty," who romances David Spade, which is supposed to be icky because Beefcake is transgender; Shaquille O'Neal squeals and makes clown faces; Kevin James "burp snarts" (that's a burp-sneeze-fart combo, if you weren't familiar).
The only reason Adam Sandler's sub-sitcom twin movie isn't stewing at the bottom of this list is because it ends with Al Pacino singing and dancing in a Dunkin' Donuts ad about Dunkaccinos.
—the latest Adam Sandler comedy, costarring Jennifer Aniston.
On Tuesday the streamer announced—via its comedy Twitter account, Netflix Is a Joke—that over 30 million accounts globally had watched the film in its first three days streaming, giving it the biggest opening weekend for a Netflix original film.“30,869,863 accounts watched Murder Mystery in its first 3 days,” the tweet read.