Based on an Exit Polling of 125 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
|13-19||Teens (F)||17||Fairly High||82%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||16||Fairly High||87%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||6||Fairly High||83%|
|30+||Adults (F)||15||Fairly Low||60%|
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|The moviegoer opinions are all over the place. As expected, teen males seemed to enjoy it the most giving it lots of "Fantastic" ratings. Children rated it nearly as high. Every other age and gender group had some who loved it and just as many who didn't like it. There was however a significant number of "Very Good" opinions, which is fairly high. Very few adult females enjoyed it. |
My suggestion: If you're not a male teen, chances are pretty slim that you will enjoy "Little Nicky." Fans of Sandler's previous films, will probably find this one to be more juvenile than "The Waterboy" or "Big Daddy."
Little Nicky (Adam Sandler), a shy and awkward guy with a penchant for heavy metal music and two bullies for older brothers. And another thing .... Little Nicky is the son of the Devil and lives in Hell. When Dad decides not to make his brothers the heir to his evil throne, they go to New York, hell-bent on creating their own Hell on Earth. In the process, they disrupt the natural order of things causing Nicky's Dad, The Devil, to lose his power and slowly die. With no other options, the weakening Devil orders his beloved, but feeble son Nicky to leave his sheltered life in Hell for the mean streets of New York. With the fate of the planet resting on his shoulders, a nervous Nicky and his guide (a foul-mouthed, talking dog) must find Nicky's brothers, overcome their formidable powers, and restore the balance between Good and Evil.
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