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“The Do-Over” is the latest Adam Sandler production, and it’s a return to more traditional mid-budget goofballery after last winter’s western, “The Ridiculous Six.” Reviving his “every movie is a paid vacation” edict, Sandler brings this action comedy to tropical locations such as Puerto Rico, bathing the picture in sun and sand, while pal David Spade joins in on the fun, returning the star to his prized comfort zone. And yet, despite simplistic elements, “The Do-Over” works very hard to provide a complicated viewing experience, trying to blur expectations through screenwriting that offers elaborate plotting and a plethora of names to manage. Along with popcorn and soda, viewers may also want to consider a dry erase board to help track a story that provides potty humor and frat boy pranks, but also pokes fun at Alzheimer’s disease, explores the pain of mortality, and involves a hunt for a cancer cure. Read the rest at



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