Sandy Wexler (Adam Sandler) is a talent manager working in Los Angeles in the 1990s, diligently representing a group of eccentric clients on the fringes of show business. His single-minded devotion is put to the test when he falls in love with his newest client, Courtney Clarke, a tremendously talented singer whom he discovers at an amusement park. Over the course of a decade, the two of them play out a star-crossed love story.
Netflix; edited by Peter Victor
Did You Know?
Many script re-writes were necessary throughout filming this feature as attempts to match the quality of other recent Sandler films. Similar treatments have been done in Sandler's previous Netflix movies, along with Pixels (2015), That's My Boy (2012), Grown Ups (2010), Grown Ups 2 (2013), et cetera. The original script had planned to feature a few comedy moments to improve the viewing experience, and did not enforce any silly voices upon the main cast of characters. See more
At 44:25 - when Sandy's clients are running towards the pool and Courtney is teasing Sandy that she will put her whole foot in the pool if he comes one step closer towards her, look at Sandy's client (Shelly Desai) who is standing to the right of Kevin James' character. Shelly goes back and forth from taking off his tie and blazer to having his tie and blazer back on. He also keeps switching positions between standing next to and behind Kevin James' character. See more
Damn... That's a big ass!
After the first part of the end credits, we get one more wedding testimonial from Mike Judge
(playing himself). While the second part of the end credits roll, we hear a prank call that Sandy receives. It's Judge doing the voices of Beavis and Butt-Head
(1993). After a few minutes, we see Adam Sandler
and Judge recording the conversation. See more
References Happy Days
Written by Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds
(as Kenneth B. Edmonds)
Performed by Terry Crews See more