The best Adam Sandler movie ever made. I hold Spanglish and Punch-Drunk Love as Sandler’s best films, but now that I’ve seen Funny People - this is the one. Guys the movie is almost three hours long and the fact that I wanted to see more of it as the camera slowly pulled back in the grocery store with Sandler and Rogan reading jokes is evident. I don’t think Sandler is really that lonely in real life but the character he played had some Sandler traces - I like the scene where he can’t work the TV to watch a game and he says to his assistant plyed by (Seth Rogan) - “I buy all of this stuff, and none of it even works!”. We all know there’s a simplistic lifestyle to Sandler - he’s not one of those flashy guys that sports his wealth like other people. He’s a simplistic man with human needs - like relationships. The film will go beyond your expectations - this being my first Judd Apatow movie, exceeded mine. It should really garner at least an original screenplay for the Oscars. I loved this, you know it just breaks boundaries with you. It reminds you how good movies can be without any bullshit to it. I’m seeing it again tomorrow. Sandler is the man.