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Have you ever wanted to be somebody else? Have you ever wished that you had made different choices in life? It’s probably best that you not use The Do-Over as an example of how to remedy these problems. However, as a movie to keep you entertained, it might just do the job. Check out the NSFW Red-Band trailer for the new Adam Sandler and David Spade buddy comedy below.
While The Do-Over is part of Adam Sandler’s multi-picture deal with Netflix, which previously produced The Ridiculous 6, he looks to be playing the second lead in this new film. Instead, David Spade will be our lead character as Charlie, a man whose life has become something other than what he wanted it to be. At his high school reunion he runs into his old friend Max, played by Adam Sandler, and the reuniting of these old friends takes the pair on a path of reinvention after Max fakes both of their deaths. We're sure this has happened to a few of you at your reunion. The problem, is that the identities the two pick up have problems of their own.
While The Ridiculous 6 remained in the traditional PG-13 comedy sweet spot, the trailer for The Do-Over shows us that this will not be the case here. While this isn’t quite as over the top as some red-band trailers that we’ve seen in recent months, we see enough to know that this one will not be a family comedy. Although the most disconcerting part of the entire thing may be David Spade’s mustache. We can’t watch the trailer without staring out it. It’s terrifying.
The trailer finally begins to show some life near the end when we see that when things begin to get serious, it looks to have some solid action in store. We’ve got some serious car wrecks and several different people running around with guns including Adam Sandler himself. From here it begins to look like a bit more of an action-comedy and that’s a plan we can get behind.
We’re certainly hopeful that The Do-Over turns out to be solid. It’s certainly got some potential. We’ll find out for sure when it premiers on Netflix on May 27.