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After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers, drunk cops on skis, and four hundred costumed party crashers sometimes crazy follows you.
While in his teens, Donny fathered a son, Todd, and raised him as a single parent until Todd's 18th birthday. Now Donny resurfaces just before Todd's wedding after years apart, sending the groom-to-be's world crashing down.
Harbouring an ardent desire to be the best in the cut-throat world of hairdressers, the Mossad's finest agent, Zohan, seizes the opportunity to call it quits by faking his death, after a fierce battle with his arch-nemesis, Phantom. In high hopes of making his dream come true in New York, the ambitious Zohan lands a job in the stylish hair salon of the beautiful Palestinian, Dalia, and things seem to work as planned; until a man from the past blows his cover. Now, the Zohan must fight tooth and nail to keep his new lifestyle, and in the meantime, try to win the heart of his boss. Can Zohan's dazzling hairstyling techniques save the world?Written by
The opening scene on a beach in Tel Aviv strongly references the film Peeping Toms (1972) starring Uri Zohar, Israel's "bad boy" of the 1960s and early 1970s, who later became an orthodox rabbi. Zohan looks just like Zohar, including hairstyle and wardrobe. See more »
(at around 5 mins) When Zohan is having dinner with his parents, the amount of liquid in his drink bottle changes constantly. See more »
Written by Shaanan Street (as Shaanan David Street), Yaron Mohar, David Ariel Klemes, Yair Cohen Harounoff, Guy Margalit, Moshe Ashraf, Amir Ben Ami and Kobi Oz
Performed by Hadag Nahash
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While it has some funny moments. It has a lot less.
It's one of those movies that would have been great in 1998. But falls short in 2008. Its just the same gimmick that has been done by 'Happy Madison Productions'.
Reminds me of: Chuck and Larry, Strange Wilderness, The Benchwarmers, Dickie Roberts, 50 first dates, Etc.
It's just well.....for lack of a better word. Stupid. It might have you grabbing your sides in 98', but when you watch it, its somewhat like, "OK, let me guess, Rob Schneider is going to pop up and say something dumb with a 'pause for laughter' moment?" Yup.
Is Sandler going to do a stupid voice the whole movie and end on a 'touching theme'?. Yup.
Acting is good, I will give it that. However, if you have seen any Adam Sandler movie, then you won't be surprised with his acting choices. Same choices, different accent.
Nothing against Sandler, his movies were great.......in 98'
I'd wait for DVD,...if that.
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