Adam Sandler

Dog’s Movie House: “Murder Mystery 2” Will Satisfy Sandler Fans, But No One Else!

Howdy folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at Adam Sandler’s new Netflix film, “Murder Mystery 2!” Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston return as Nick and Audrey Spitz, now full-time (albeit struggling) private detectives. The two are invited to the wedding of their rich friend The Maharajah (Adeel Ahktar). They are no sooner on the island when the Maharajah is kidnapped from his own wedding and Nick and Audrey set about bumbling around and through the case trying to solve it without getting killed. Hijinks allegedly ensue.

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The Dogcast: The Pat Walsh Show- June 10th, 2022!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with another episode of The Dogcast, this time featuring my appearance on the Pat Walsh Show from Friday, June 10th. This week we not only talk movies we also uncover my not-so-secret identity as a grocery clerk and use that, uh, superpower to help you fine folks find bargains during these turbulent economic times. We also hit the humor button as I try to convince Pat to actually see an Adam Sandler movie. “Hustle” is actually a really good flick and Sandler is good in it, but old habits like Sandler-hating die hard. We also review the latest Jurassic World film and talk some other stuff. Enjoy the Pat Walsh Show and remember you can hear me live on The Pat Walsh Show every Friday night from nine to ten in the evening on Newsradio KFBK AM 1530 or 93.1 FM. So Sayeth The Kendog!

https://www.iheart.com/podcast/139-the-pat-walsh-show-27274639/episode/the-pat-walsh-show-june-98176762/

Dog’s Movie House: “Uncut Gems” Energetic But Ugly!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a look at Adam Sandler’s latest, “Uncut Gems.” Sandler gets a lot of heat, especially lately, for looking like he’s not even trying during his recent Netflix and theatrical runs. A lot of that is warranted and I’m not especially fond of his comedic schtick myself. That said, Adam Sandler can actually act if you put him with the right people and working with the Safdie brothers in the hectic, energetic yet somewhat unpleasant “Uncut Gems” Sandler gives the performance of a lifetime.

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