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Scatological and sentimental, satirical and sincere, 50 FIRST DATES pairs Adam Sandler with Drew Barrymore in this romantic comedy about the power of love and short-term memor...Read more
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Henry Roth (Adam Sandler), a womanizing marine-life veterinarian living in Hawaii, meets Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore), an art teacher, in a café one morning. They hit it off...Read more
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If you love comedy ...this is one for you! Has a awesome cast such as Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

A young guy meets a girl and they hit it off really well b...Read more
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Scatological and sentimental, satirical and sincere, 50 FIRST DATES pairs Adam Sandler with Drew Barrymore in this romantic comedy about the power of love and short-term memory loss in Hawaii. Henry Roth (Sandler), the local marina veterinarian, only dates tourists because he's afraid of commitment--that is, until he meets Lucy (Barrymore). Unfortunately, Lucy lost her short-term memory months ago in a car accident, and for her, each day is October the 13th. She follows the same routine every day--breakfast at the same restaurant, pineapple-picking with her dad, and eventually bed time, where sleep wipes away her short-term memory. Henry, however, refuses to be forgotten, and as his puppy love matures, he embarks on a quest to restore her memory, or at least be a part of her everyday routine. But vying for Lucy's attention isn't always easy. Sandler explores various neophytic approaches before making a video for Lucy to watch every morning, reminding her of who she is and what she's doing. The film includes a trademark Sandler ballad as Henry serenades Lucy with his ukulele and a series of familiar salacious puns. Rob Schneider plays Henry's best friend, a goofy native stoner whose physical hijinks earn numerous laughs, and a cameo by Dan Akroyd as Lucy's doctor rounds out the cast.


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Number of Discs:1
Rating:PG-13 (MPAA)
Film Country:USA
UPC:043396151246


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Genre:Comedies
Format:Blu-ray Disc

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Director:Peter Segal
Leading Role:Drew Barrymore, Adam Sandler
eBay Product ID: EPID52519110

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"An impressively daring romantic comedy."
New York Times - A. O. Scott (02/13/2004)

"The stars have a goo-goo chemistry that's hard to resist."
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Glieberman (02/20/2004)

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50 First Dates

Created: 10/11/09
Henry Roth (Adam Sandler), a womanizing marine-life veterinarian living in Hawaii, meets Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore), an art teacher, in a café one morning. They hit it off and agree to meet in the café the next morning. The following day, however, Lucy claims not to know Henry. The café owner pulls Henry aside and explains that Lucy suffers from anterograde amnesia (called 'Goldfield Syndrome' in the movie) as a result of a car accident she was in a year earlier. Her condition has left her with no memory of anything between the day of the accident and the present, because she is incapable of converting short-term memories into long-term memories. At the beginning of each day, she loses all memory of the past day. She innocently believes every day to be October 13, 2002. Her father, Marlin (Blake Clarke), and brother, Doug (Sean Astin), attempt to re-enact the activities of October 13, her father's birthday, every day, to prevent her from suffering from learning about the accident.

Realizing that he is beginning to fall in love with Lucy, Henry sheds his philandering ways and begins devising new ways to ‘meet’ her again every day, hoping that one day she will retain her memories – and feelings – for him. Henry and Lucy’s family eventually realize that they can’t lie to her about what has happened forever, and so instead begin to leave video tapes for her to watch each morning, explaining her situation and relationship with Henry. Over time, Lucy begins to reciprocate Henry’s feelings, even going so far as to accept his marriage proposal. One morning, however, she overhears Henry telling Marlin that he has canceled his plans to sail to the Arctic on a research expedition – something he had been planning and saving money for 10 years – in order to be with Lucy. Not wanting to be the person to hold him back, she ends the relationship and commits herself to a specialist unit in hospital, allowing herself to forget all about Henry. A heartbroken Henry, meanwhile, finally saves the money needed to begin his trip, and, after a farewell from Marlin and Doug, sets sail. Shortly after departing he realizes that Marlin had hinted that Lucy had indeed remembered Henry, and he rushes back to the hospital to see her. Upon seeing him again, Lucy explains that she still doesn’t know who Henry is, but that she has somehow remembered his face and she had dreams with him in them, as evidenced by the many paintings and pictures she has produced of him whilst in hospital. Knowing that this is proof of the love she has for him, and he for her, the couple reunite.

Several years later Lucy wakes up in a strange bed with a video tape on the night stand next to her, reading "Good Morning, Lucy". She watches it, and cries as she relives her accident while the tape explains everything that has happened, including scenes from Henry and Lucy's wedding. She then looks out the window and is shocked to find out that she's on a boat in the Arctic. She comes out onto the deck of the boat to be greeted by Henry as well as her father and her young daughter sailing on Henry's ship, his dream finally fulfilled.
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Drew + Adam = Hilarious !!

Created: 17/07/08
If you love comedy ...this is one for you! Has a awesome cast such as Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore.

A young guy meets a girl and they hit it off really well but little does he know she loses her memory when she goes to sleep. So every day is as though they are meeting for the first time ! A Must Buy !
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just what it says

Created: 14/04/10
new bluray disc works great. love the movie. the picture is crisp and clear. Adam sandler and Drew Barrymoore are always great together!
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50 First Dates

Created: 12/04/10
Funny movie. Not really for kids. Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore make a good pair. Rob Schneider stole the show with his crazy character.
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CUTE, FUNNY, ROMANTIC WITH A TOUCH OF NASTY

Created: 15/10/09
I BUY SEVERAL DVD’S AND CD’S ON EBAY EVERY WEEK, I ALSO SELL SEVERAL, ONCE I HAVE WATCHED A MOVIE, I EITHER KEEP IT FOR MY PERSONAL COLLECTION OR I RESELL IT. TO ME THIS IS A WAY OF SEEING MOVIES I WANT TO SEE AND GETTING SOME OF MY MONEY BACK TO BUY MORE. I CONSIDER MYSELF TO BE VERY OPENMINDED AND I DON’T GET OFFENDED EASILY. THEREFORE IN MY REVIEWS NUDITY, PROFANTY, AND VIOLENCE DOES NOT MAKE ME LIKE A MOVIE OR SONG ANY LESS.
THIS MOVIE HAD EVERYTHING YOU COULD WANT IN A MOVIE, I COULD LET MY KIDS WATCH IT WITH ME AND NOT HAVE TO WORRIE ABOUT MAKING THEM LEAVE THE ROOM. IT WAS CUTE, FUNNY, ROMANTIC WITH A LITTLE TOUCH OF NASTY EVERYONCE IN AWHILE. ADAM SANDLER WAS AT HIS BEST IN THIS ONE. A MUST SEE FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS A GOOD ROMANTIC LAUGH. IT'S ONE YOU WON'T FORGET TOMORROW!
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