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Just Go With It
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Just Go With It

4.3 7
Director: Dennis Dugan

Cast: Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Nicole Kidman


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A prominent plastic surgeon meets the woman of his dreams only to find their future thrown into jeopardy when his playboy past comes back to haunt him. Danny (Adam Sandler) has a unique approach to picking up women -- in order to break the ice and gain their sympathy, he pretends to be stuck in an unhappy marriage. The instant he


A prominent plastic surgeon meets the woman of his dreams only to find their future thrown into jeopardy when his playboy past comes back to haunt him. Danny (Adam Sandler) has a unique approach to picking up women -- in order to break the ice and gain their sympathy, he pretends to be stuck in an unhappy marriage. The instant he brandishes his wedding ring, the deal is all but cinched. But when Danny finally meets a woman (Brooklyn Decker) that he really would want to marry, he abandons his usual approach for something a bit more subtle. Incredibly, it works. But when she discovers the wedding band that he used to use as a pick-up prop, Danny attempts to cover his tracks by falling back on his tried-and-true divorce line. Unfortunately for Danny, the plan backfires when his new girlfriend asks to meet his future ex. Desperate, Danny recruits his office manager, Katherine (Jennifer Aniston), to validate his ruse by posing as his current wife. Before long, the lies are snowballing, and by the time Katherine's kids get involved and everyone comes together for a trip to Hawaii, it's not a matter of if Danny's plan will fall through, but when.

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Just Go With It, based on the 1969 film Cactus Flower, is the sixth movie that director Dennis Dugan and Adam Sandler have collaborated on, the most recent being last year's Grown Ups, and that familiarity comes across in this odd comedy. Dugan knows when to let Sandler do his thing -- surreal gags, absurd relationships, and wacky situations -- and when to rein him in, and while Sandler's character, Danny, is sort of a prickly antihero, he plays him in way that makes you root for him in the end. Danny (Sandler) is a fortysomething successful plastic surgeon who pretends to be unhappily married to attract women barely out of college. When he finally meets the girl of his dreams, Palmer (Brooklyn Decker), he wants to abandon his game and go all in to be with her, but when she finds his fake wedding ring, Danny scrambles to save face. He tells her he's in the middle of a divorce and enlists his office assistant, Katherine (Jennifer Aniston), to pose as his soon-to-be ex-wife in an effort to add credibility to his story. One lie leads to another, though, and soon Danny brings Katherine's children into his scheme, resulting in a trip to Hawaii that will change all of their lives. Just Go With It has its flaws, as there's something strange about this film that goes beyond the premise, but Sandler's comedic stylings help to overcome the movie's shortcomings and, in part, can be credited to his leading lady, rom-com queen Jennifer Aniston. The chemistry between Aniston and Sandler is quite apparent as they play off each other with such ease, which helps to lift the story out of the doldrums. This film puts heavy emphasis on Los Angeles' obsession with plastic surgery and some of the Frankenstein-esque results that can come from it. There's a particularly funny scene involving a cocktail party at the mansion of one of Danny's former patients with some hilarious sight gags from SNL alumns Rachel Dratch, as a plastic-surgery patient with a raised-eyebrow issue, and Kevin Nealon, as a wealthy playboy with a face that's been stretched just a wee bit too tight. Nicole Kidman makes an appearance as well as Devlin, Katherine's sorority sister and college rival, who is married to Ian, played by...wait for it...singer-songwriter Dave Matthews! The couple serves as a foil to Danny and Katherine in a late-night luau involving couples-therapy mantras and a hula competition, but their pairing is strange and sort of distracting. Still, despite the ridiculousness of the overall plot, after a while you sort just forget about that because what really works here is the chemistry between the actors and the type of humor that one has come to expect from an Adam Sandler vehicle. This movie may not be as iconic as some of Sandler's earlier films (Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore), but as the title implies -- just go with it.

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Sony Pictures
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[Wide Screen]
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Adam Sandler Danny
Jennifer Aniston Katherine
Nicole Kidman Devlin Adams
Nick Swardson Eddie
Brooklyn Decker Palmer
Bailee Madison Maggie
Griffin Gluck Michael
Dave Matthews Ian Maxtone Jones
Kevin Nealon Adon
Rachel Dratch Kirsten Brant
Allen Covert Soul Patch
Dan Patrick Tanner Patrick
Minka Kelly Joanna Damon
Jackie Sandler Veruca
Rakefet Abergel Patricia
Dana Min Goodman Bridesmaid
Julia Wolov Bridesmaid
Colby Kline Bridesmaid
Jana Sandler Bridesmaid
Jonathan Loughran Pick Up Guy #1
Peter Dante Pick Up Guy #2
Michael Laskin Mr. Maccabee
Carol-Ann Susi Mrs. Maccabee
Gene Pompa Delivery Guy
Mario Joyner Henderson
Keegan-Michael Key Ernesto
Heidi Montag Adon's Wife
Andy Roddick Good Looking Guy on Plane
Jillian Nelson Young College Girl
Lilian Tapia Rosa
Azer Greco Silas
Lori Heuring Salesgirl
Darrin Lackey Waiter
Julie Dixon Jackson Mrs. Harrington
Branscombe Richmond Bartender
Aaron Zachary Philips Fat Kid
Jessica Jade Andres Teenage Girl at Dive Restaurant
Kent Avenido Guy at Dive Restaurant
Rachel Specter Lisa Hammond
Tia Van Berg Scary Woman
Todd Sherry Check-In Clerk
Brandon Eggertsen Ariel
Andrew Tomoso Rope Bridge Guy

Technical Credits
Dennis Dugan Director
Brooks Arthur Musical Direction/Supervision
Alan Au Art Director
John Berger Set Decoration/Design
Barry Bernardi Executive Producer
Perry Andelin Blake Production Designer
Tom Costain Editor
Allen Covert Executive Producer
Gabriel De Cunto Makeup
Deborah La Mia Denaver Makeup
Michael Dilbeck Musical Direction/Supervision
Timothy Dowling Screenwriter
Jack Giarraputo Producer
Kevin Grady Co-producer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Nina Hallworth Costumes/Costume Designer
Clare Hallworth Costumes/Costume Designer
Tim Herlihy Executive Producer
Lawrence Hubbs Set Decoration/Design
Daryl Kass Associate Producer
Steve Koren Executive Producer
Allan Loeb Screenwriter
Ellen Lutter Costumes/Costume Designer
Roger Mussenden Casting
Heather Parry Producer
Jeremy Rich Casting
Rupert Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Adam Sandler Producer
Daniel Silverberg Asst. Director
Carme Tenuta Makeup
Kazuhiro Tsuji Makeup Special Effects
Theo Van de Sande Cinematographer
Alexis Walker Makeup

Scene Index

Deleted scenes; Laughter is contagious - blooper reel; 3 featurettes: The Perfect Couple: Jen and Adam, Shooting Hawaii, Dolph-not the One From Rocky IV, Filmmaker and Cast Commentaries ; Blu-ray exclusives ; 11 minutes of additional deleted scenes ; 9 featurettes including Decker's first role; Kevin Nealon: The Plastic Man; Movie IQ+sync


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Just Go With It 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite 7 months ago
This was okay.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i reallly like this movie and really want the dvd!
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Seobia1 More than 1 year ago
I've lost a lot of my liking for Adam Sandler, but surprisingly this movie made me like him a bit more again. This movie was clever and cute. I think it's a great movie to watch with your family. I loved the children in the movie. They were very funny and entertaining. I was expecting this movie to be very cheesy, but it actually turned out being a movie I would buy on DVD to keep in my house for a rainy day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I lved it I laughed so HARD!!!!!!!!!!