50 First Dates

United States  (2004), 🕒 99 min

This is such a weird hybrid of Sandler’s serious acting and ridiculous acting. Classic good old Adam, but imagine going on 50 dates with him…

  • Koalometer 71% 71%
  • Easy to watch 96% 96%

Did you know

Of the three movies Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore made together, this is the only one that was number one at the box-office and made over one hundred million dollars.

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The Whitmore’s home is the same house the girls lived in in the movie Blue Crush (2002) with Kate Bosworth.

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The neurological condition, from which Lucy suffers, Goldfield Syndrome, is entirely fictional. True anterograde amnesia affects either short-term memory, which can last minutes or seconds, (1/2)

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or intermediate-term memory, which can last days or weeks. Falling asleep has nothing to do with the condition, and sleep actually intensifies many chemical effects which help memory. (2/2)

PLOT
Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy. They hit it off and Henry think he’s finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the next day.
CAST

Peter Segal

Director

Adam Sandler

Henry Roth

Drew Barrymore

Lucy Whitmore

Rob Schneider

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– you would have thrown in the towel!”
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