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Ranking Adam Sandler movies from worst to first

Stacker Logo By Jason Kessler of Stacker | Slide 1 of 39: While Adam Sandler may not exactly be considered one of the greatest actors of his generation, the everyman comedian has earned an even better title from generations of teenagers and lovers of sophomoric humor: hero. Whether it’s arguing the merits of shampoo over conditioner in “Billy Madison” or finding love against all odds in “50 First Dates,” Sandler thoroughly explores the human condition via gross-out jokes, silly voices and his overall signature silliness. He hasn’t won any Oscars, but his shelves are packed with Kids’ Choice Award blimps and MTV Movie & TV Awards Moonmen.The Adam Sandler canon stretches over four decades, and Stacker has ranked his major roles according to their IMDb audience scores. In the case of ties, priority was given to the film with the highest number of votes. This list tracks Sandler’s work from his early fish-out-of-water films to his dramatic turns of the 2000s, up to his current run on Netflix. Read on to see where your favorite Sandler flick falls on the list.RELATED: Definitive rankings of movies featuring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson

Ranking Adam Sandler movies from worst to first

While Adam Sandler may not exactly be considered one of the greatest actors of his generation, the everyman comedian has earned an even better title from generations of teenagers and lovers of sophomoric humor: hero. Whether it’s arguing the merits of shampoo over conditioner in “Billy Madison” or finding love against all odds in “50 First Dates,” Sandler thoroughly explores the human condition via gross-out jokes, silly voices and his overall signature silliness. He hasn’t won any Oscars, but his shelves are packed with Kids’ Choice Award blimps and MTV Movie & TV Awards Moonmen.

The Adam Sandler canon stretches over four decades, and Stacker has ranked his major roles according to their IMDb audience scores. In the case of ties, priority was given to the film with the highest number of votes. This list tracks Sandler’s work from his early fish-out-of-water films to his dramatic turns of the 2000s, up to his current run on Netflix. Read on to see where your favorite Sandler flick falls on the list.

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