Big Daddy

Big Daddy
Big Daddy

Year

1999

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

If you like laugh-out loud comedies, then Big Daddy is a must-see. Starring Adam Sandler, Big Daddy tells the tale of Sonny Koufax, an irresponsible, out-of-work law graduate, trying to impress his ex-girlfriend by looking after his flatmate's five-year-old son Julian. But even though the ploy doesn't work, Sonny finds himself forming an unexpected attachment to the boy - and when his father doesn't come back, he decides he needs to be the father figure Julian so badly needs...

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This film has a few uses of moderate bad language

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