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Little Nicky

A movie directed by Steven Brill

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Obnoxious Adam Sandler movie where Adam plays an obnoxious son of Satan to save Hell from his two evil and obnoxious brothers with obnoxious product placement and obnoxious cameos. I didn't like it.
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review by . December 01, 2000
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Some funny stuff.     Cons: Bad plot, forced laughs,      In Hollywood, the fish out of water story has long been a staple of storytelling. One of the basic elements for comedy is to take a character out of a normal setting, and insert them into a new situation, and see how they cope with the new situations that arise. For example, look at “Back To The Future” we saw what happens when the hero, Marty, was sent back in time, and has to face not only the …
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Continuing in the tradition of his hits THE WATERBOY and HAPPY GILMORE, Adam Sandler stars in LITTLE NICKY, a supernatural comedy about Satan's geekiest son. Nicky (Sandler) is relieved when his father (Harvey Keitel) decides to continue as ruler of the underworld for another 10,000 years instead of picking one of his bullying brothers, Adrian (Rhys Ifans) or Cassius (Tom "Tiny" Lister), to reign. Adrian and Cassius, hungry for power, decide to travel to New York City in order to spread Hell on Earth. Only Nicky can stop them and save his father--and the world--from his brothers' evil schemes. But Nicky has no idea what to expect from New York City, and he has to deal with new activities such as eating, sleeping, and meeting a new girlfriend, Valerie (Patricia Arquette). His friends Mr. Beefy, a talking bulldog, and John and Peter, a pair of hardcore heavy metal fans, try to help Nicky stand up for himself and eventually save the universe. LITTLE NICKY features a cast of regulars from other Adam Sandler ...
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Cast: Rhys Ifans
Director: Steven Brill
Release Date: 2000
MPAA Rating: PG-13
DVD Release Date: Warner Home Video (April 24, 2001)
Runtime: 1hr 24min
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"Not Sandler's Best"
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