Movie Review: Blended (2014)
The film feels more like a romance than a comedy, and since it certainly isn't funny, this would have been an improvement, assuming some talent existed somewhere in the creative process of the film. But we didn't get that lucky.
If the singing showmen in the background of most every other scene doesn't get to you, then perhaps the nonsensical screenplay will. There are no surprises here and everything is as predictable as the description and trailer make it out to be.
Every now and then, stars begin appearing in movies while coasting on their star power alone. This is nothing new for Sandler movies, with Sandler, Barrymore, and Kevin Nealon refusing to give us much of anything we want. But somehow, this one isn't one of Sandler's worst flicks.
Yes, it's another bad Adam Sandler movie, proving once again that the genius of Sandler is officially dead.