Staring: Adam Sandler, Keri Russell, Guy Pearce, Johnathan Morgan Heit, Laura Ann Kesling
Skeeter's dad owned a homey hotel, but he ran it into the ground and had to sale it to Barry Nottingham who promise that if his son shows promise then he would make him manager. Now Skeeter is all grown up and the maintenance man at the pricey big hotel. When Nottingham decided to make a even bigger hotel, he names his soon to be son-in-law the manager and dashes Skeeter's hopes. At the same time his sister needs him to help watch over his niece and nephew that he has not seen in four years. His goofiness wins them over and he begins telling them stories like his father use to tell him. When he realizes that the parts that they tell comes true he devises a plan to become manager of the new hotel. Will he risk losing what means the most to him to gain the position he wants.
I am not a Adam Sandler fan at all, I have only watched a select few of his movies. Recently it seems like his pick in movie has gotten a lot better than when he first started making movies. I really enjoyed this movie, it was funny, quirky, but not stupid. It had a great moral to the story ending and it was just all around fun. Great family movie