Adam Sandler reunites with the co-stars of his past. This includes Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, and Rob Schneider, along with a number of other SNL alumni. It's too bad the studio got an actor and comedian as talented as Blake Clark to play the basketball coach. His character's death being the focal point of this film's plot means we actually got to see very little of him in person, but he thankfully left an impact on the project, brief as his on-screen appearance was. I was also a bit disappointed to see Rob Schneider taking on the sometimes-used Sandler "joke" of bedding much older women...could have done without that. But overall, the cast was great, satirizing American families from multiple different social circles as they all spend a weekend at a lake house together. Many jokes used against the actors' past characters came up (i.e. Kevin James's weight), but it was all in good fun. Sure, some aspects were corny, but the film came together as one of the better projects for many of its cast members. It also offered a nice change of pace from the comedies we see so often today which require an obscene amount of slapstick humor to "work". While it has its faults, this is a pretty good movie. Enjoy.