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Sandy Wexler (2017)

When a hapless but dedicated talent manager signs his first client who actually has talent, his career finally starts to take off.

Sandy Wexler (2017)

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (6 votes, average: 2.67 out of 5)


Released Year: 2017
Runtime: 130 minutes
Genre: Comedy
Directors: Steven Brill


When a hapless but dedicated talent manager signs his first client who actually has talent, his career finally starts to take off.



The A.V. Club - Jesse Hassenger
Maybe it’s a question of drastically lowered expectations finally working to Sandler’s advantage, but Sandy Wexler is disarming in its charms.
The Guardian - Jordan Hoffman
There is something so authentic in this film that once you get past the annoying voice and some of the dreadfully unfunny side characters, it is disarmingly sweet and even occasionally clever.
Consequence of Sound - Blake Goble
Of course, there are still product placements, and lowbrow jokes, but there’s an empathetic streak in Sandy Wexler. And that’s something we haven’t seen from Sandler in a long time.
IndieWire - David Ehrlich
It’s awful, and yet it’s almost objectively Sandler’s best movie since “Funny People.”
The Playlist - Will Ashton
This newest Sandler vehicle is inspired and warm-hearted where his other recent movies are lazy and soulless. Does that make it a winning success? Hell no, but it’s good to see Sandler put his heart into his work again.

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