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Review: Funny and interesting yet a traditional Adam Sandler film, Blended will keep audiences interested and laughing.
Comedic, light yet slightly tacky, Blended is a particularly good family film. Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore first fell in love on the big screen in 'The Wedding Singer," and audiences fell in love with them.
She breaks up with him," says Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey.
'She's not ready to be a step-mom to five children. And that's how Lauren's family and Jim's family get to go on this incredible trip." Seizing the opportunity to take her boys on a vacation they'll never forget, Lauren secures half of Jen's unwanted accommodations at a deep discount while, unbeknownst to either of them, Jim works his own connections to strike the same savvy deal for the other half, for himself and his girls.
They were both married a long time and they're really not ready to date again, but their friends keep telling them they have to move on.
If Jim and Lauren exemplify some of the dilemmas and conflicted desires of single parents on the dating circuit, Jen proudly represents the opposite end of the spectrum: single, unfettered and working it.Drew has seen me shirtless and has just walked away, laughing." 'Hey, I've seen you shirtless and I'm still here, so what does that tell you? 'I think Adam Sandler and I have always been in sync and really bring out the best in each other," Drew Barrymore continues. We're constantly thinking about how to make our characters more personal and genuine and there's a lot of care that goes into it, but at the same time we can let go and be silly and free together." Not surprisingly, their collaboration on 'Blended" came about organically, when their hectic work and family schedules finally dovetailed into a lunch date"and, from there, a renewed excitement about working together again.Says Drew Barrymore, 'We both felt it was time; let's get something going. And the next thing I knew, we were heading for Africa." 'Blended" not only offered the two stars the chance to recreate their magic on screen but to expand their romantic repertoire as single parents Jim and Lauren, in a scenario that many people can relate to.'How many times have we met someone and maybe liked them, and had things in common, but just couldn't get it right somehow.And you think, -Why does it keep going off the rails with this person?