Eight Crazy Nights


Action / Animation / Comedy / Musical

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten12%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled49%
IMDb Rating5.31023321


Plot summary

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Top cast

Adam Sandler Photo
Adam Sandler as Davey / Whitey / Eleanore / Deer
Cole Sprouse Photo
Cole Sprouse as K-B Toys Soldier
Jackie Sandler Photo
Jackie Sandler as Jennifer
Dylan Sprouse Photo
Dylan Sprouse as K-B Toys Soldier
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555.95 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
P/S 1 / 5
1.16 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 16 min
P/S 1 / 6

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by briancham19948 / 10


It's Adam Sandler, so you get what you expect. Very crude humour (especially toilet humour) and a ludicrous plot. I laughed a lot and that's what matters to me.

Reviewed by g-bodyl9 / 10

Now Here's a Funny Holiday Movie!

I wanted to watch this movie in the past because I am a big fan of Adam Sandler and I love all his movies and his gross-out humor. Let me tell you now that this movie is 100% gross-out humor. If you're not a big fan of that, you'll hate this. But, this movie has gotten so many negative reviews. But, I finally saw this movie and I really liked it.

Adam Sandler plays 30-year-old Davey. His life goal is to make everyone in his town miserable as possible. But he finally gets caught and was sentenced to community service as an assistant basketball referee under Whitey whom has been there for ages.

My favorite character is Whitey. His voice sounds so childish but hilarious. I felt like Davey needs a nice kick in the behind. I felt sympathetic for Whitey.

Overall, this is a really funny musical. My favorite song is Chanukah Song Part Three. I can't see why this movie has gotten so many negative reviews. I rate this film 9/10.

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird3 / 10

A Christmas Carol variant that replaces heart-warming festive charm with bad-taste humour

As a non-Adam Sandler fan who has liked some of his stuff(Punch Drunk Love, Reign Over Me, Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison and Anger Management, even Hotel Transylvania),Eight Crazy Nights is not as bad as Jack and Jill, Going Overboard, Little Nicky, You Don't Mess with the Zohan or I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry. But it is one of his weaker films. The animation is decent, with some nice shadings and well-crafted backgrounds, the Chanukah Song is catchy and some credit is due that the film tried to incorporate adult themes that are relevant and didn't sugar-coat the festivities too much. The rest of the songs however are forgettable at best with some rather crude lyrics at times, Sandler's singing was nice at times but at others rather nasally. The story is well-intentioned and any story that plays like a Christmas Carol variant is always welcome, but it focuses so much on the themes present that any charm or heart was completely lost in translation. There is no warmth either, in fact Eight Crazy Nights as a film in general came across as too mean-spirited. The characters don't engage either, most grate on your nerves while others are completely bland. Same with the voice acting, with Sandler the whole just screams of a vanity project and much of the time especially with Whitey he is incredibly annoying. Rob Schneider and Jon Lovitz can be decent when the material is good but the humour doesn't let them do much and there is a lack of energy. Where Eight Crazy Nights is hurt most though is the dialogue and the humour, which alone makes it fail as a family film, if you count it as one, if anything actually it is animated geared for an adult audience. Children if they did see it are likely to not understand the innuendo, gags and dialogue while adults are likely to find it too immature to be funny. So vulgar and in such bad-taste the humour was that some of the jokes veered on or were offensive. That the story was very mean-spirited and there was no real sign of festive cheer made things even worse. To conclude, not as terrible as heard and there are definitely worse animations and films out there but aside from its good intentions, the animation and one good song Eight Crazy Nights from personal, subjective tastes was annoying, puerile, charmless and in a nutshell badly misconceived. If people like it though that's not a problem with me, as Sandler's films and humour has garnered some appeal that will divide audiences. It's just sad that there is a real inability on this site for people to be understanding of each other's opinion and instead make themselves sound arrogant(Sandler fans, detractors of well-received but admittedly divisive films like 2001, Drive and Tree of Life, and defenders of panned family films are the biggest offenders here which is why I'm mentioning it now). 3/10 Bethany Cox

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