Sean Ander's That's My Boy is one of those comedies that only comes around every once and a while. Now, at first, I am sure that that previous sentence that you just read doesn't make a lick of sense, does it? Well, let me elaborate: While raunchy comedies like That's My Boy come out far too often, and are often about as raunchy as this one just so happens to be (and it is very raunchy), That's My Boy was utterly panned by critics, but that did not surprise me, for the obvious reasons, of course. Now, everyone seemed to hate this movie, and nobody found it funny, because it is juvenile, childish and extremely stupid. Well, yes. Yes, it is. It is most certainly all three of those things...and more. but, let me elebroate just a little further, yet, and say that, That's My Boy catered to the childish schoolboy in me. I laughed at nearly ever poorly constructed, embarassingly crude stereotype, anaylization, joke and reference that is on display, here. Thats; right. I laughed at every single flatulence, ejaculate, masturbation and incest joke that was on display, courtesy of Adam Sandler, probably at his crudest and most foul-mouthed, yet. Despite the fact that his movies are consequently getting worse and worse as they continue to be released into the masses, Adam Sandler actually sort of won me over with his shamelessly vulgar antics, and, not to mention, his character of Donny, who, when he was in junior high school, he began a torrid and completely and cheerfully innapropriate student-teacher relationship with his teacher. Now, years later, when he is threatened with a mountain of unpayed taxes and even some possible jailtime, he must round up his crudely named (you'll get it when you see it) son (the ever creative Andy Samburg), in order to possibly reconcile with him, all the while, ruining his son's wedding service in the proccess. Now, just in case you still don't get why I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and laughed so very, very hard, it is also mainly in the power of the cast, and it's obsession with putting them in some of the most rediculous and stupid situations you could possibly imagine Honestly, this movie is so disgusting and so unbelievebly low-brow, that, considering that I just so happen to be a fan of that kind of humor, I just couldn't help but enjoy it from beginning to end. So much so, that is, that I even gve this film two more viewings after my first. Now, finally, the cast is excellent, even for a raunchy comedy such as this, with people such as the already mentioned Adam Sandler and Andy Samburg, but, with others such as Leighton Meester, James Caan, Susan Surandon and Vanilla Ice, doing some of the best post "Ice, Ice Baby" work that he has done since. Now, this movie is Rated R, but that is a complete understatement. This is one of those R Rated films that really, really should not be seen by anybody under 18, but, I am sure that many people under that age, primarily teenagers which this movie admittedly does cater to, have seen it, but, nonetheless, here we go: That's my Boy has an-all-out barrage of abslutely non-stop Strong crude and sexual content, making it one of the raunchiest comedies in recent memory. The many situations used for comedy include but are not limited too, masturbating to a picture of an elderly woman, sex with that same elderly woman, shots of semen-covered tissues after masturbation, sex between a teacher and a 13 year-old student, sex between a brother and a sister, repeated shots of a wild night at a strip club which include multiple bare breasts, several implied shots of oral sex, and even more so, not to mention, the constant explicit crude dialoge and jokes, as well, to top it all off. Also, there is rampant drug use, including several scenes of repeated pot use, constant drinking, with Sandler's character opening a can of light beer in virtually every scene, and implied drunkeness. And, finally, That's My Boy wouldn't be complete without an exhaustive vocabulary of profanity, which includes, but, again, is not limited to, about 198 F-words and its derivatives, with many uses of other words including sh-t, d-mn, d-ck, c-ck, b-lls, j-zz, cr-p, h-ll, a--h-le, you suck and more. So, with all of that being said, that's My Boy is a shamelessly cheerful raunchy comedy that made me laugh, a lot. Even if it isn't as good as some other raunchy comedies that have also come out this year, with Seth Mcfarlane's feature length debute of Ted being one of the funniest movies I have literally ever seen...That's My boy still makes for a rediculously trashy good time. Reccomended.