Adam Sandler is an actor, writer, and comedian associated with Hollywood. He has almost spent 25 years in the entertainment industry. He began as a stand-up comedian and letter went to acting and writing in films. He has faced lots of ups and downs in this industry, but still, he has lots of films in his name, which the audience loves to watch. One of the best platforms to watch his movies is Netflix, which has many of Adam’s movies.
Adam Sandler movies streaming on Netflix –
The Ridiculous 6 – This is an American Western action comedy film. Frank Coraci directed the film and Tim Herlihy and Adam Sandler wrote the film. The story follows six men who come to know that they share the same bank-robbing father, and then they make plans to reunite with their father—the film released on December 11, 2015. The critics did not like the film.
Eight Crazy Nights – This is an American animated musical holiday comedy-drama film. Seth Kearsley directed the film, and Adam Sandler produced and -co-written the film. It’s the 1st voice act in the role of Adam. The film was released on November 27, 2002. The film revolves around Jewish characters during the Hanukkah season.
The Do-Over – This is an American buddy action comedy film. Steven Brill directed the film and Kevin Barnett and Chris Pappas wrote the film. Adam Sandler acted in the film and played the role of Max. The story follows Charlie and Max fake about their death to start their new life. Later they discover that that the names of dead men they have adopted have criminal records. The film was released on May 16, 2016 (Los Angeles) and May 27, 2016 (US).
The Week Off – This is an American comedy film. Robert Smigel directed the film, and Adam Sandler co-wrote and even acted in the film. The story follows two fathers the week of the wedding of their children. The film was released on April 27, 2018. This film is the fourth collaboration between Netflix and Adam.
Anger Management – This is an American buddy comedy film. Peter Segal directed the film, and David S. Dorfman wrote the film. Adam Sandler acted in the film and played the role of David Dave. A businessman’s story is shown who is sentenced to an anger management program—the film released on April 11, 2003.