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Plot: A Hockey player wannabe finds out that he has the most powerful golf drive in history. He joins the P.G.A. tour to make some money to save grandma's house. The downside is that his hocky player mentality doesn't really go on the P.G.A. tour. Especially with the favorite to win the championship. Runtime: 92 min Release Date: 16 Feb 1996
This movie is an incredibly hilarious movie, no matter how many times you watch it. It's true that it's profane, violent, and stupid, but in this film, that's what makes it so funny! The timing is just perfect. It's a great movie to watch with friends for the first time, especially for the fact that you will be quoting lines with them randomly for quite a while. I have seen it over 30 times, and I still laugh. This is Adam Sandler at his very best. Great random characters, such as the "Jackass" man, the homeless guy, and very best, Bob Barker! To tell you the <more>
truth,"It'll make you laugh until you hyperventilate". There's not only great vocal humor, but the visuals and especially the body language coming from the actors is classic. To me, there is not a better comedy.
Turn off brain, watch movie, laugh, enjoy, laugh some more (by nucksfan4life)
"Happy Gilmore" is the Adam Sandler movie to see. If everyone had to see one Sandler movie before their lives were complete, I would seriously hope this is the movie they see. It's nice to see golf and hockey in a movie again. I don't think there is another movie out there that makes me laugh as much as "Happy Gilmore" does. You have Happy, the ultimate hero, fighting to win a life of security for his grandma. There's Shooter McGavin, the villain you love to hate, who attempts to foil Happy's quest. And then there's Mr. Larson, Happy's 8' tall <more>
monster of a former employer, threatening Shooter at every turn. Hey Bob Barker is in this movie! It doesn't get much funnier than Mr. Price Is Right insulting our hero. Well maybe Ben Stiller's part in this movie is funnier, as he corruptly directs a retirement home. It doesn't matter what's the funniest. This whole movie is one hilarious moment after another.
One of the funniest movies of all-time!! (by OriginalMovieBuff21)
Happy Gilmore is probably one of the funniest movies since this day. I truly recommend a lot of people to go see this movie. This is Adam Sandler's best film and it sure will be for a long time. The humor of this film is outstanding. At it's best!!! Golf has never been better although Caddyshack might be a little bit better than this but I'll tell you that this was great. Norman McDonald played excellent as Shooter McGavin. He was so funny. " I eat sh*t like you for breakfast."" You eat sh*t for breakfast"" No!" Omg that part was just so funny and <more>
also when Shooter brags it's funny. I also love Happy's dreams and Chubs was great to with no hand. I love this movie and I hope you love it to.10/10
To Be Remembered Forever: 'Happy' And Bob Barker Trading Blows (by ccthemovieman-1)
A "pro" golfer duking it out with veteran game-show host Bob Barker right in the middle of a tournament. That scene alone makes this one of the more memorable comedies of the last 30 years. Almost everyone I know has either seen or heard of that scene and everyone laughs at it.It IS ludicrous and that's what makes it so funny. In fact, most of the movie is totally preposterous, totally unbelievable and totally wacky, which is Adam Sandler's trademark in these comedies. He's low key but violent, as he was in Mr. Deeds, Punch-Drunk Love and a few other films.Here, Sander <more>
is even more vocal and violent than normal and definitely more crude, which is saying something since this actor usually doesn't play guys with a lot of class. "Happy" is a hot-tempered hockey player who can hit a golf ball 400 yards so he tries his hand on the PGA tour to help raise money for his grandmother. I just shake my head even writing that last sentence, it sounds so stupid....but this is a stupid movie with an incredibly stupid story but is hilarious, for the most part.Anyone who is a golfer would appreciate this movie more than others, because Sandler says and does things we'd all like to do on the links at times but, thankfully, don't. In short: this is a crude but very funny movie.
Happy Gilmore is one of my top ten favorite comedies and brings out what little humor their is in golf. It's the best golf comedy since Caddyshack 1980 and really puts you in the golfing spirit. Happy Gilmore Adam Sandler is the grandson of loving grandmother Gilmore Frances Bay . He is in love with hockey but can't break into the roster of the local hockey team. After being cut he returns home to find his girlfriend leaving him. After a crazy night with a Japanese lady, Happy gets a call from his grandma saying that she is being evicted.Happy doesn't know what to do so he <more>
takes her to the local nursing home run by a psycho orderly Ben Stiler . Happy goes back to the house to make sure everything is going alright to find the movers playing golf. Happy tells them to go back to work but say that they're on break. Happy says that if he can hit a golf ball past the two guys than they go back to work.Happy does more than that by hitting the ball 300+ yards and hitting two people at the end of the street. Happy, after meeting Chubbs Carl Weathers , goes to the Waterbury open where he nearly kills his caddy because he thinks he's getting robbed. After winning he is on the pro tour and ready to get his grandma's house back.Along the way, Happy must deal with pro Shooter McGavin Christopher McDonald , Bob Barker Himself , and hostile fans who he ends up beating the hell out of. Happy is kind at heart but has problems with anger when frustrated or unhappy. One of the funniest scenes involves Bob Barker saying he should be working at the snack bar and Happy head butts him.The story is just plain old fish out of water story with some unforgettable laughs. Happy's official caddy is the best part as a hobo bathing in the 8th holes pond or washing his underwear in the ball washer.This film is funny, it's attractive, and it really brought Sandler into acting. The golf scenes are pretty well filmed and accurate with real golf. Chris McDonald is sinister as the hostile pro competing for the Gold Jacket and Richard Kiel is hilarious in his cameo as Happy's ex-boss turned loving fan.Happy Gilmore. Starring: Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Julie Bowen, Frances Bay, and Carl Weathers.4 out of 5 Stars.
travel back to a time when Adam Sandler was something that seems unimaginable nowadays...funny (by movieman_kev)
Adam Sandler is Happy Gilmore, a constantly rejecter hockey player wannabe. Due to way overly late unpaid taxes, his mom will lose the house that Happy grew up in. Gilmore has no clue how to raise the money, so he puts his grand mom in a nursing home overseen by a cruel orderly an uncredited Ben Stiller . Later, back at his grandmothers house, he tries to get the movers to get back to work by out distancing them in golf strokes. When he finds out that he has an amazing golf swing and can get money for it he heads to the putting range to have people pay to watch him. This is where he first <more>
catches the eye of Chubbs Peterson a hilarious Carl Weathers , who wants to enter Happy in some pro tournaments. Happy is hesitant at first, but his need for money wins over. However he has quite a temper, which leads to the pro golfer Shooter McGavin Christopher McDonald to loathe him. But Gilmore has Julie Bowen as a love interest who tries to keep him cool. This is a hilarious Sandler vehicle from way back when he was still funny. It has a great many lines that you'll find yourself quoting with friends months afterwords, non-stop hilarity, and a very memorable fight with Bob Barker. What more can one ask for? My Grade: A Special Edition DVD Extras: 6 Deleted Scenes; 5 minutes of outtakes; Combo trailer for the "Dazed and Confused" & "Fast times at Ridgemont High" DVDs; and Trailers for "Chronicals of Riddick", and "the Bourne Supremacy
It's not Caddyshack, but it's quality comedy (by Flagrant-Baronessa)
Happy Gilmore is Adam Sandler's only standout performance in a long list of half-assed, unfunny comedies. But this is it, the real deal. This is the film that all other Sandler films make references to, quote and celebrate, in case you ever wondered where phrases like "It's all in the hips" as said in Little Nicky and "You eat pieces of sh*t for breakfast?" quoted everywhere came from. Well, Happy Gilmore is the birth of these phrases as well as the birth of a comedic star. It is also just all-around solid comedic entertainment and a crash-course in golf. Or <more>
rather, 101 Things Not To Do On The Golf Course.Adam Sandler is Happy. But this is only his character's ironic name, because Happy is really quite angry and extremely frustrated at getting nowhere in his amateur hockey career. He slips into golf by what can only be described as a fluke, and is able to take out his aggressions on the golf-court, setting records for longest drives ever as he aggressively hits the ball. The anger he has is advantageous here, but a big problem when it comes to putting - and an even bigger problem when it comes to dealing with smug competitors like Shooter McGavin superbly played by Christopher McDonald .Happy Gilmore thus follows Sandler on the golf-court, where 90% of the film takes place. Happy is one of those rare characters in films that you desperately pull for and end up hating all of his competitors and enemies. In this way, Happy Gilmore is a very effective film as it establishes a hero-feeling with its main character, in spite of his flaws. I can't think of many other films in which I've wanted the lead character to win as much as in this one. On top of that device, you have such gems like Adam Sandler beating up old man Bob Barker on the green, Adam Sandler screaming at a golf ball asking it "Are you too good for your home?", and Christopher McDonald in one of the most hilarious and subtlety comedic performances of the 1990s.So Happy Gilmore is the Godfather of all Sandler films, as well as the only truly good one. It borrows somewhat from Caddyshack in the goofy golf sense so it can't be considered truly original, but it IS original when it comes to Happy Madison productions.8/10
I am not a particular lover of Adam Sandler, but out of all his movies I would rate 50 First Dates and Happy Gilmore as not only his two shining moments but two of the funniest and enjoyable films I have seen.Sandler plays the title character, a deluded hockey player of limited intelligence and unlimited instability, who due to the repossession of his Grandmothers home, reluctantly takes up pro golf in order that he can win enough money to settle with the IRS and reclaim the house.The only problem with this plan is that his golfing skills are on par with his abilities as a hockey player, <more>
which leaves a lot to be desired.The only thing he has going for him is his talent for driving the ball over 400 yards using his hockey slap shot.He turns to one-handed former golf pro Chubbs Peterson played to comic perfection by Carl Weathers, to iron out his short game in order he does not lose his long driving advantage when he reaches the green.He also takes on board the beautiful Virginia Venit the tournament's PR, who helps Happy control his almost psychotic temper and focus more on his game. I don't know about you, but with someone as gorgeous as Julie Bowen next to me, golf would be the very last thing on my mind! She must be one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen in the movies.The film offers run of the mill Zero to Hero schmaltz and from the word 'Go' we are left with no uncertainty of how it will turn out, but his journey to the final championship, is a cleverly written comedy with strong performances from all involved most notably by Christopher McDonald as Gilmore's arrogant and devious opponent Shooter Mcgavin.McGavin will stop at nothing to finally win his much coveted Gold Jacket and his interplay with Gilmore as he tries all sorts of ways to have him removed from the tournament is hilarious, and provides the film with most of the gags.However what I found to be the most gut wrenchingly funniest moment in the picture, was the old man at the ice rink as he solemnly mimes the words to Endless Love. Brilliant.Look out for a wonderful and hilarious scene where Happy has a violent punch up with American game show host Bob Barker and a great cameo from Ben Stiller as the sadistic nursing home orderly.One question though. The midget cowboy on the unicycle in the dream sequences......Whats all that about?
Back In a Time When Sandler Was More Risky (by eric262003)
Back in the 1990's there was a time when Adam Sandler was one of the leading funny men. The two standout films that starred Adam Sandler at the time was "Billy Madison" and this one here "Happy Gilmore".was the metaphoric jumper cable that electrified Mr. Sandler's acting career. For the past decade and a half, Sandler's movies have been simple in plot, but they are never short on entertainment and you become quite passive over the surreal moments. "Happy Gilmore is by far no exception to the rule.Sandler stars as Happy Gilmore, a young energetic hockey <more>
player with a big problem, he can't skate. Happy is raised by his grandmother after his father was killed after a severe slap shot to the head. When government officials discover that his grandmother owes them $270,000 in taxes. they raid her house and repossess every on of her belongings that even includes the house. And that they'll only get it back if they can find a way to pay the money they owe.With his hockey career being null and void, Happy seems his chances of getting back her loot is virtually impossible. As the movers carry their possessions, one of the moving men starts up a bet to Happy that happy couldn't strike a golf ball farther than him. Much to even Happy's surprise he actually has the amazing ability to to drive the ball well over 400 yards. This inspires Happy who continues to gain impressions on spectators including Chubbs Carl Weathers who was an ex golfer whose career was cut short by an alligator bite. on his hand.Chubbs persuades Happy to compete in a local tournament and if he succeeds, he will be eligible to compete in the PGA tournament. And so Happy emerges victorious and brings a volatile demeanour and mean drive as well as a very strong fan following. But his short-tempered attitude almost gets him kicked off the tournament due to his gratuitous cursing and destroying clubs. With the help from Chubbs he progressively tones down his act and even his payroll starts to materialize. During the tournament, Happy becomes a hated rival by a top player named Shooter McGavin Christopher McDonald McGavin takes the sport seriously while at the same time looks down on all the competitors due to his condescending nature.There is not very much thought put into the movie, but that could all be forgiven because it's hilarious and brilliantly scripted. and after "Billy Madison" this is the second funniest film that Sandler ever performed. This is definitely a movie you don't want to miss out. It's hilarious, easy to follow along and even if you don't like golf it's still fun to watch.