Scott Marks 1 p.m., July 30
A showcase for the talent-impaired Adam Sandler (co-written by him), in the impossible part of the idiot son of a hotel magnate, obligated to repeat grades one through twelve (two weeks apiece) if he hopes to inherit the family business. He -- it -- they -- are lazy and unimaginative and proud of it. Chris Farley, one of Sandler's colleagues on Saturday Night Live, has a good minute or two as a volcanic bus driver. And Steve Buscemi makes an amusing cameo appearance as an incubating serial killer. With Bridgette Wilson, Darren McGavin; directed by Tamra Davis. 1995.
- Rated PG-13