An Adam Sandler comedy with serious moments and tackling serious issues...who saw that coming? I say that this is a film that ought to be judged precisely for what it is. It's not extraordinary and it's not preachy...it's simply a film that sends a message in a way that works for it. Well, message recieved. While this film is a comedy (come on, it's Adam Sandler), it's jokes are funny and do not really stray into the relm of being offensive. And, if it does so, it does so because it's supposed to and it is then handled with the proper respect and attitude. For me, Kevin James is the star of the film, but that could be largely because he stays pretty grounded in comparison to Mr. Sandler's antics, even if those antics remain pretty tame in comparison to some of the man's other works. I wasn't particularly impressed by Jessica Biel's performance, even if there seemed to be some genuine passion behind her character's actions. Overall, I think this film worked because individuals involved in the campaign for gay rights took part in this movie...it just give it this stronger sense of credibility, which is impressive as it's an Adam Sandler comedy. I'd reccomend it to anyone looking for some good laughs and/or an important message. Enjoy.