50 First Dates
50 First Dates

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Certificate: 12A | Released: 2004 | Duration: 1 hr 35 mins | Director: Peter Segal | Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment | Genres: Comedy

Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) works at a Hawaiian Sea World park as a marine biologist. He enjoys the company of women and spends his time picking up tourists. One of the tourists he befriends is Lucy (Drew Barrymore) and unlike the rest of his flings, who only survive the afternoon, Henry is keen to meet up with her the next day. Unfortunately when the next day arrives, Lucy can't remember ever meeting Henry and he soon discovers that, following an accident, she suffers from short term memory loss. Every day he has to woo her ... (Full plot summary below)

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Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) works at a Hawaiian Sea World park as a marine biologist. He enjoys the company of women and spends his time picking up tourists. One of the tourists he befriends is Lucy (Drew Barrymore) and unlike the rest of his flings, who only survive the afternoon, Henry is keen to meet up with her the next day. Unfortunately when the next day arrives, Lucy can't remember ever meeting Henry and he soon discovers that, following an accident, she suffers from short term memory loss. Every day he has to woo her again and again and trust that she falls in love with him every time.

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Philadelphia Inquirer - 6.3/10 by Carrie Rickey I don't think 50 First Dates is a great movie, or a particularly funny one, but I admired its romanticism and its gentle plea for the acceptance of difference. Of how many romantic comedies can you say they are sweet and disturbing?
Film Threat - 8.0/10 by Kevin Carr As corny as it is, there’s a lot of heart to 50 First Dates. But this happens more in spite of Adam Sandler than because of him. The heart comes from Drew Barrymore, really, and some of the supporting cast.
Slate - 7.0/10 by David Edelstein Wing and director Peter Segal and Sandler and Barrymore have built a comedy around the thrill of first attraction, the sadness that comes from knowing it can't last, and the challenge of finding something in the heart to hang onto.
Baltimore Sun - 7.5/10 by Chris Kaltenbach Funny, sweet and only mildly offensive.
Charlotte Observer - 6.3/10 by Lawrence Toppman For all the irrelevant silliness, though, the movie never loses sight of its romantic center, and the script doesn't cop out with phony miracles or sudden changes of direction.
Premiere - 10.0/10 by Sara Brady The film feels like a natural successor to "The Wedding Singer's" strange blend of humor and humanity, a gently silly comedy that's actually romantic without making anyone sick in the process. And that just might be a first.
Boston Globe - 6.3/10 by Ty Burr The plot -- it's inspired and ridiculous at the same time -- is best described as "Groundhog Day" meets "Memento."
Washington Post - 7.0/10 by Michael O'Sullivan A chick flick for guys, with a pH balance in perfect equilibrium between the crass and the sweet.

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