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Over the past two decades Adam Sandler has built up a devoted following of 13-year-old males who worship him as a funny-voiced god, but now the "Happy Madison" comedian is going blue with "That's My Boy," an R-rated comedy of raunchtastic proportions.
Sandler plays Donny Berger, an exceedingly immature man who needs $43,000 dollars to pay off the IRS or he'll wind up in the slammer. Enter his son Todd (Andy Samberg), whom he fathered as a young teen, as the two of them begin an extremely overdue -- and ridiculous -- period of bonding.
1. Best. Dad. Ever.
2. Andy Samberg expresses his complex feelings through the majesty of song.
3. Young Donny won't be able to put these extracurricular activities on his college application.
4. Todd was a distinguished early member of the designated driver program.
5. The drunken Sandler montage. Enjoy.
6. Samberg is Hangin' Tough with his pop.