The new millennium was a wonderful time. Ripe with possibility and carrying a refreshing sense of creativity, the decade left behind the ‘90s and allowed new things like technology and pop culture to enter. It was a time of social media, bracelets, and sk8er fashion. Things were finally fun again. Amidst it all, the entertainment industry was paving the way for actors who would continue to endure in their signature goofy, feel-good way.
While Adam Sandler had been steadily honing his brand of charming manchild humor through the ‘90s, it was in the 2000s that he hit full stride.