I'm usually a big fan of Adam Sandler, so I was giving him the benefit of the doubt when I saw the ads on TV. Whoever was in charge of the marketing for Jack and Jill (I think) should be sued for false advertising. This came out about 3 days after my birthday (if the movie came out on Nov. 11), so I was young and 12 and wanted to see it. Boy, do I regret that decision! I do not remember laughing. ONCE. I might have smiled 2 times, but never laughed. It wasn't funny, wasn't interesting, and tried to fit so many jokes in that some of them didn't even make sense. Like, I remember one prime example: So Jill gets invited to come to a family reunion by this Mexican guy. They could've done SO many things with that involving ACTUAL stereotypes, but instead opt for random close-ups of a grandmother's face. Laughing, yet? Also, I think the plot had way too much stuff in it. I think that if they dropped the dating subplot and the entire BROTHER subplot, it could be about a fat woman (who would be played by Adam Sandler) who lives in the world and tries to make her way in life, but then Al Pacino comes along and begins taking an interest in her. Also, if that movie were to exist, if Adam Sandler did that OBNOXIOUS voice in THAT movie as well, I would probably start screaming.
Anyways, just don't bother at all unless you have about a 7-9 year old who loves toilet jokes and fat women being made fun of. (I'm not a sensitive type, so I don't mind the last one, but at least make them FUNNY!)