Starring: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Jessica Biel
Two firefighters, Chuck (Sandler) and Larry (James) have been good friends since a very long time. Chuck has been Mr. February and all the girls drool for him. Larry hasn't been able to overcome his wife's demise and still mourns her death. Larry saved Chuck's life during a fire rescue mission and Chuck promised to repay him in any possible manner. Larry realised that he could die any time and decides to make his children the primary beneficiaries in his life insurance policy. However, he starts facing problems in doing so and is told that the only way to get around this is to get married. Being unable to overcome his wife's death and marry another woman, he decides to go to Chuck and get married to him as 'domestic partners'. The government smells a rat and decides to probe into their relationship to see if it is genuine. The duo decide to hire Alex (Biel) as their lawyer and to challenge the governments accusation of their relationship not being genuine. Chuck and Larry must now walk, talk and be gay and show the world how much they love each other. The movie might sound a bit interesting but sadly it is not. Developments happen at a slow pace which makes it annoying for the audience. Humour too is not all that great and maybe if the movie would have focused on making it more funny, it might have been a different story altogether. Nothing great and avoidable, to be frank.
Thumbs up: Tries to explore a good story
Thumbs down: Bad humour, lack of interesting developments