Top 5 Adam Sandler Films on Netflix

Kasey Moore
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Love him or hate him Adam Sandler is a comedy genius starring in some of the best comedies in the late 90’s and early 00’s. With his recent work not being too much up to scratch with the exception of Grownups which was both hilarious and told a rather good story. Here’s the top 5 entertainment options for you to watch on Netflix instantly starring Adam Sandler.


5. Mr Deeds

Starring Adam Sandler Mr Deeds is a happy get lucky guy who seems to inherit a lot of money from his late uncle. Deeds a small town guy heads up to the big apple where he is set to inherit this large sum of money. He ends up having a romantic relationship with a local reporter there. It’s a happy ending film teaching the value of money and people. It’s also abit shallow but it’s worth a watch.

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4. The Longest Yard

With a host of high profile actors including that of Chris Rock, Burt Reynolds and Nelly it’s a story about a group of convicts that end up playing American Football with the prison guards. It’s not to be confused with ‘The Waterboy’ which is strangely not available on Netflix at all.

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3. Anger Management

Starring Jack Nicholson and Sandler in this comedy about anger coming from the lead role who then takes up anger management counselling.

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2. Happy Gilmore 

Starring Adam Sandler and his host of other comedians which seem to appear alot in his movies, Sandler plays a hockey player who turns into a golf master. It follows him as he progresses throughout various opens and then winning the ultimate prize.

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1. Big Daddy

Starring the young sprouse kids in this comedy about a foster child who gets taken under by Sandlers character but then eventually looses him to a friend who’s played by Jon Stewart. It plays at your heart strings and is a great film to watch with the whole family.


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