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Topics: Adam Sandler, Film, Leighton Meester Pages: 5 (1400 words) Published: March 28, 2013
That's My Boy (2012 film)
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|That's My Boy | |[pic] | |Theatrical release poster | |Directed by |Sean Anders | |Produced by |Adam Sandler | | |Allen Covert | | |Jack Giarraputo | | |Heather Parry | |Written by |David Caspe | |Starring |Adam Sandler | | |Andy Samberg | | |Leighton Meester | | |Susan Sarandon | | |Ciara | | |Luenell | | |Vanilla Ice | |Music by |Rupert Gregson-Williams | |Cinematography |Brandon Trost | |Editing by |Tom Costain | |Studio |Happy Madison Productions | | |Relativity Media | |Distributed by |Columbia Pictures | |Release date(s) |June 15, 2012 | |Running time |114 minutes[1] | |Country |United States | |Language |English | |Budget |$70 million[2][3] | |Box office |$57,719,093[3] |

That's My Boy[4] is a 2012 American comedy film starring Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg. The script was written by David Caspe and directed by Sean Anders. The film was produced under Sandler's production company Happy Madison, and shot in Massachusetts, around Boston, Everett, Peabody, Lynn, Brockton, Stoughton and Cape Cod.[5] The film was released on June 15, 2012,[6][7] and distributed by Columbia Pictures. The film received very negative reviews from critics and is nominated for eight Golden Raspberry Awards, ultimately winning in the categories of Worst Actor and Worst Screenplay. The film has been subject of controversy and criticism due to its comedic portrayal of pedophilia, incest and statutory rape.[8] It is the sixth Sandler film to be rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America. That's My Boy was a box office failure, grossing $57.7 million worldwide, thus failing to reimburse its $70 million budget. | |

In 1984, 13-year-old Donny Berger begins a sexual relationship with his teacher Mary McGarricle. When the two are discovered having sexual intercourse on a piano during an assembly, she is sentenced to a lengthy prison term where it is revealed she is pregnant; Donny is left to raise their son, who he...
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