Ah, Adam Sandler. That goofy guy with The Hanukkah Song, and SNL characters, and vulgar comedy... That somehow turns to actually caring about his character, and most of the cast, and why are you making me feel, this was supposed to be a comedy?
He's done this to me before; I shouldn't be surprised, but somehow it catches me off guard every time.
5 star amazingness? Not quite. A couple of the characters are cringe-worthy, like Rob Schneider's bizarre best friend schtick, and the androgynous co-worker recurring gag that didn't age well. The vomiting walrus is some sort of gauntlet to run to weed out the weak, before the crude comedy fades into the background while romance and emotion rise to the forefront.
Would I watch it again? Not one of my yearly go-tos, but yeah, I probably will.