Adam Sandler's best comedic role: Billy Madison or Happy Gilmore? | The Tylt
Adam Sandler is now 53 years old, and he's still revered for his comedic genius and earlier signature movies. Despite the negative reviews, "Billy Madison" has a cult following, and the title character is considered Sandler's breakout role. But Sander's follow-up "Happy Gilmore" was met with actual box office success, and is regarded as both a signature Sandler movie and an iconic sports flick. Which role is Sandler's best? 🎥🌟
Adam Sandler's best comedic role: Billy Madison or Happy Gilmore?
"High school is great. I mean I'm learning a lot. And all the kids are treating me very nice. It's great."
Below is the synopsis of "Billy Madison," per IMDb.
In order to inherit his fed up father's hotel empire, an immature and lazy man must repeat grades 1-12 all over again.
"Billy Madison" wasn't a big box office hit or critically acclaimed, but Sandler fans still love the film. It's become a cult classic, and arguably one of his most quotable movie roles. Watch a clip below.
"You little son of a bitch ball! Why you don't you just go HOME? That's your HOME! Are you too good for your HOME? ANSWER ME! SUCK MY WHITE ASS, BALL!"
Below is the synopsis of "Happy Gilmore," per IMDb.
A rejected hockey player puts his skills to the golf course to save his grandmother's house.
Building on the momentum of "Billy Madison" came "Happy Gilmore." The film made more than $41 million globally at the box office, making the film a hit against a budget of $12 million. Not only is Happy one of Sandler's most memorable roles, but the film is regarded as a golfing classic. Watch a clip below.