Sadly, the careers of both Adam Sandler and Kevin James have yet been put to a stop by more powerful forces, and their reign of terror has continued unabated. Their truly awful film work should have been enough to end the pain, but the bizarre and sad box office success of their movies has been enough to keep them working. Their next collaboration after the hi-larious Grown Ups is the horrific sounding Valet Guys, according to Deadline.
The script will be written (although the definition of the word is very loose here) by James and Nick Bakay, who both worked together on Paul Blart: Mall Cop and the horrendous-looking Zookeeper. The plot revolves around “veteran valet parking guys at a South Beach hotel who witness a murder and find themselves running for their lives.” If you’re not jumping out of your chair in excitement, check your cinematic pulse because this sounds like gold!
Not much else needs to be said about this, and its inevitable success means we’ll just get another movie like this and blahdie freakin’ blah.
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