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Skating-impaired hockey player Gilmore (Sandler) translates his slap shot into a 400-yard tee shot and joins the pro golf tour. His unique style brings a new, less refined breed of fan to the game and upsets the reigning tour hotshot (McDonald). Sandler improves on "Billy Madison," which isn't saying much. There's still plenty of ammo for his many detractors, but the laughs are more frequent and consistent. Replacing bathroom humor with abusive behavior, the mis-named Happy swears at or beats up about 90% of the supporting cast, including Bob Barker in a charity pro-am.

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Available on Running time 92 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Slob Comedy, Golf, Hockey, Stupid Is..., Sports Comedies, Slob Comedy
Screenplay
Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy
Cast
Adam Sandler, Christopher McDonald, Carl Weathers, Julie Bowen, Frances Bay, Ben Stiller, Richard Kiel, Joe Flaherty, Kevin Nealon, Allen Covert, Robert Smigel, Bob Barker, Dennis Dugan
Cinematography
Arthur Albert
Director
Dennis Dugan
Music
Mark Mothersbaugh
Producer
Robert Simonds, Brad Grey, Bernie Brillstein, Sandy Wernick, Universal Pictures

Awards

MTV Movie Awards 1996: Fight (Adam Sandler/Bob Barker).

Visitor Reviews

Happy Gilmore
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Nicholle

Any Adam Sandler movie is awesome! I love Happy Gilmore! Whenever it is on tv, I always watch it. Happy used to be a hockey player. He now golfs using his hockey stick and has a very unique golf swing that every golfer has at least tried once. He tries to win money to get his grandmother's house back and has to battle with an evil golfer. His coach go his hand eaten by an alligator and then later from seeing it he dies, but I won't ruin it with all the details. This is a great movie for all ages.