"Are you serious, or is this like the time you told me my parents were dead?"
One of the funniest lines in Adam Sandler's 1999 movie. Adam co-wrote, directed, and played star character Sonny Koufax, an irresponsible man whose girlfriend dumps him for an older man. Sonny adopts a son to prove to her that he can be responsible, and a reasonably stereotypical Sandler plot follows.

Overall, a good movie, except for the few serious scenes which Mr. Sandler crams into all of his movies (e.g. Adam's character crying when his fraudulently adopted son is taken back) - Adam's acting is just not quite convincing enough to suspend disbelief in serious scenes.

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