That's My Boy (opening June 15)
The Details: An adolescent Adam Sandler had an affair with his teacher, resulting in her going to jail and him raising a kid by himself at the age of 13. Seems legit. And 30 years later, the alcoholic loser is facing a jail sentence unless he can convince his now grown and successful son (Andy Samberg) to ... OK, that part isn't at all clear, but anyway, he's back in his son's life just as he's about to get married. Hilarity, naturally, ensues.
The Trailer: This is absolutely the worst kind of trailer for a lowbrow comedy. It tells the entire story of the movie, spoiling most -- if not all -- of the jokes before you even plunk down your $10 for a ticket. And frankly, much like last year's reviled Jack and Jill, this doesn't even look like quality Sandler. Yes, such a thing exists, in a relative sense: when he's being a relatable Everyman (think Grown-Ups), he's a lot more charming than when he's being an idiot manchild.
The Buzz: Sandler's most diehard frat-boy fans will go. Everyone else will likely stay well away.