Just Go With It

Synopsis: Danny (Adam Sandler) must engage Katherine (Jennifer Aniston), his faithful assistant, to pretend to be his soon to be ex-wife. Danny must pretend that he is married, because he lied to his dream girl, Palmer (Brooklyn Decker) the most gorgeous woman in the world. To keep the woman he loves, covering up one lie soon turns into many lies.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Dennis Dugan
Production: Sony Pictures
  5 wins & 11 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
117 min

I'm so happy you picked this dress, Veruca!

You look beautiful. Doesn't she?

You guys, I'm getting married!

I'm getting married!

Not without your veil, you're not.

Where is that bad boy?

Oh, I think I left it upstairs.

Don't worry. I'll get it,


She is so annoying.

And so ugly.

She looks like Karl Malden.

I know, and she's gonna be

my sister-in-law in an hour!

How are you gonna deal with that?

I'm just gonna lay down the law for Danny.

We're seeing his goofy family as little as possible.

You sure he's gonna go along with that?

Danny doesn't say no to me.

Believe me, I have him well-trained.

So, tell us, what happened with Eric last night?

So, I told him if he wanted to stop the wedding,

he had to speak now or forever hold his peace.

And what'd he say?

He said he's never gonna settle down,

and I should just go ahead and marry Danny.

Did he give you a wedding present, huh?

You're so horny! Yeah.

I guess you could call it that.

You're so bad!

It's the last time, I swear.

Yeah, right!

Danny is so sweet and considerate.

And he's gonna be a cardiologist.

So, I'm marrying him

and that zucchini in the middle of his face.

His parents are disgusting, too!

Close your eyes when he's on top!

And your thighs!

Cuz, I'm so sorry.

Yikes, that hurt.

That was me, Danny Maccabee, 20 years ago.

Pathetic, huh?

So, I'm halfway done boozing away my sorrows,

when something pretty interesting happened.

Oh, baby, you're like a Pop Tart,

hot and sweet!

Hey, mami!

You must play the trumpet or something,

'cause you're making me feel all horny and stuff!

You dropped your purse.

Can I just sit for 10 seconds

and not get hit on? Thank you.

I was just letting you know you dropped your purse.

I'm sorry. I thought... That's fine, that's fine.

I'm sure you didn't meet the

lady who gave you that ring

in a meat market like this.

School cafeteria.

How long you been married?

I was gonna tell her, I really was.

But I didn't want her to know what a loser I was,

so I stretched the truth a little.

Six years.

Where's your wife tonight?

I stopped asking that question a long time ago.

That's terrible.

My wife says I work too much.

Trying to provide for her, her shopping addiction,

and crack.

Why don't you just leave her?

The children.

All 14 of them.

I just, I like to adopt,

and I don't wanna stop doing that.

You poor guy.

You wanna get outta here?

And so I discovered

the power of the wedding ring.

The symbol of my humiliation

had become a tool to get back on the horse.

Are you kidding me? Snuffleupagus!

I switched my specialty from

cardiology to plastic surgery,

got rid of the big honker,

and the ring became my thing.

I just assumed after we got married

she'd stop hooking, but...

You need to put this wedding band on a true heart.

This is a good moment.

Yeah. Should we go make it last,

for a while, somewhere?

Okay, let's go. To your dorm.

Sometimes I think about

throwing the ring into the ocean.

I know how wrong it is. But I can't.

It's my Precious.

Besides, being fake married

is the perfect way to make sure

I never get my heart broken again.

What are these?

Boobie bags.

The women, they stick them in their flat chesties,

make them big.

These are not the boobie bags that I ordered.

What is that?

It's like a syrup dispenser at an IHOP.

I don't know what that is.

Come on. These, they don't feel like these.

No... Seriously?

I just trying to learn.

Listen, Dr. Maccabee would

never accept subpar b*obs.

Would you please just get me what I ordered

and tell Omar that I would like a

discount for the inconvenience?

Yes, ma'am. Thank you, Simon.

My 4:
00 here? KATHERINE: Yeah.

Room one, Kirsten Brant. Don't laugh.

Well, I, uh... I had bad plastic surgery.

Should've known this doctor was a quack.

His office was in, like, a warehouse.

I see, I see.


No, no. Just, please help me, Doctor.

Absolutely. It's usually easier

to do these things right the first time, but...

What? You seem dubious.


Oh, no, not at all.

I mean, I hear you're the best, Dr. Maccabee.

I don't know about that,

but I think we can figure something out here.

Relax, relax.

That's relaxed? Hmm.

Here, let me just pull it down for a sec.

And I let go. Okay, shoots right

back up there.

I'm sorry. Oh. Sorry about what?

Oh, my God! It's just...

That just really went right up there.

That was high. You gotta watch that.

It's gonna get caught in your hair.

I don't know, maybe I should just keep it like this.

It seems to make other people happy.

No. But, seriously, are you available

for my kid's birthday party?

That's too much. I'm sorry!

Let me give you a hug.

That's what you need first. We'll fix this.


Oh, God! Okay, I gotta...

I'm gonna excuse myself. I'm sorry.


Eddie's here. Hey. My cousin.


Oh, my gosh.

Brows gone wild over here.

I'm actually digging it.

And what are you doing later?


Oh, sorry, I'm kind of seeing

anybody else. There you go.

Oh, browch.

My gosh.

Look, I don't know who you're seeing,

but whoever they are,

they don't have what this guy's got down

there, you know what I mean?

All right, Eddie.

Yeah, it's a very good one. I should know, I installed it.

Oh, you had a penile enlargement?


People really do that? That is hilarious!

See you on the 28th, Dr. Maccabee!

Dude, why are you telling everybody

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Allan Loeb

Allan Loeb (born July 25, 1969) is an American screenwriter and film and television producer. He wrote the 2007 film Things We Lost in the Fire and created the 2008 television series New Amsterdam. He wrote the film drama 21, which also was released in 2008. Among his other credits, he wrote and produced The Switch (2010). He also co-wrote Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010), and wrote The Dilemma (2011), and Just Go with It (2011). He performed a rewrite for the musical Rock of Ages (2012), and the mixed martial arts comedy Here Comes the Boom (2012). more…

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