Top 10 Tuesday – "Saturday Night Live" alum Movies

by Eric Melin on June 4, 2008 · 2 comments

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Coming to AmericaWith Adam Sandler’s “You Don’t Mess With the Zohan” and Mike Myers’ “The Love Guru” hitting theaters soon and Will Ferrell’s “Semi-Pro” out on DVD, it is obvious that SNL alums continue to thrive in the world of movies.

Much has been made of the poor quality of most actual SNL spinoff movies (Did we really need a movie starring Tim Meadows’ “The Ladies Man”?), but some graduates of the Lorne Michaels program have gone on to do some pretty great things. Read J.D.’s Top 10 SNL Alum Movies here.

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  • patrick

    Adam Sandler is classic in his own way, though he tends to do his best work when he stays casual, not trying too hard to be funny or deep, etc.

  • .alphamonkey.

    I dunno… Punch Drunk Love is hands down the best thing to have his name on it. Happy Gilmore and Wedding Singers are good in their own right, but he hasn’t lived up to that promise in a long time, comedically speaking.

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