Home Video review: 'Blended' with Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore

  • Updated: August 23, 2014 - 2:00 PM
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Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler in “Blended.”

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Adam and Drew blend together

Sixteen years since Adam Sandler starred opposite Drew Barrymore in “The Wedding Singer” and a decade since they did it again in “50 First Dates,” the pair have grown up, even if the comedy hasn’t. They play Jim and Lauren, two single parents who go on a disastrous blind date (Hooters?!) in “Blended” (PG-13, Warner, $28.98). Jim beats Lauren to the punch at getting an “emergency” call halfway through the date (her planned exit strategy, too). Jim is a schlubby Mr. Darcy, antagonizing Lauren only to potentially win her over later, when the two, each with their children, coincidentally end up on the same African safari vacation intended for blended families. Extras: Adam and Drew featurette and deleted scenes.

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