Tuesday, March 11, 2008

I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry (2007)


Good laughs, great message and an unusual format to deliver it in. “Chuck and Larry” not only takes a look at sexual discrimination and gay marriage, but also at the inadequacies of government systems. On another side it delves into friendship and how we can all be there for each other, no matter what is needed.

As usual Adam Sandler is great, he plays the tough brooklyn firefighter, who forfits a life of being mister February and getting more girls than anyone on the planet, to being the spokesman for gay marriage.

Kevin James was great in his role as the widowed Firefighter who will do what ever it takes to ensure his kids have a future, if he gets hurt or dies on the job.

Check out “I now pronounce you Chuck and Larry” if you are in the mood for a bunch of laughs, that come with a great message.

The Plot:

Two straight, single Brooklyn firefighters (Sandler, James) pretend to be a gay couple in order to receive domestic partner benefits.


Adam Sandler...Chuck Levine

Kevin James...Larry Valentine

Jessica Biel...Alex McDonough

Dan Aykroyd...Captain Tucker

Ving Rhames...Duncan

Steve Buscemi...Clint Fitzer

Nicholas Turturro...Renaldo Pinera

Allen Covert...Steve

Rachel Dratch...Benefits Supervisor

Richard Chamberlain...Councilman Banks

Nick Swardson...Kevin McDonough

Blake Clark...Crazy Homeless Man

Mary Pat Gleason...Teresa

Matt Winston...Glen Aldrich

Lance Bass...Band Leader


The Movie:


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