Tournament Of Hotties: Adam Sandler’s Lovely Leading Ladies- Finals

At long last, we come to the finals. Many beautiful (and not so beautiful) women have battled it out from the numerous Adam Sandler films out there. And now we come to the final two hotties.

Take a look at all the other rounds here.

Let’s see who the hottest woman Adam Sandler has ever pretended to bang, or at least date or kiss or something like that, is.

 

Holly Sullivan (The Wedding Singer)

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Holly has defeated Linda (Wedding Singer), Veronica Vaugn (Billy Madison), Vanessa (Big Daddy) and Pam Dawson (Mr. Deeds) in this tournament. Those are some beautiful women.

As I’ve said numerous times already, this actress doesn’t choose to flaunt her body, which is highly unfortunate, but I’ll give you what I can…

She is really, really beautiful, especially in her youth, but is still someone you wouldn’t pass up in her current age.

 

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Palmer Dodge (Just Go With It)

To reach the finals, Palmer had to eliminate Roxanne (Grown Ups), Laura (Funny People), Alex (Chuck & Larry), and Katherine (Just Go With It). That’s a hot line-up, and she managed to prevail.

Fortunately, unlike Holly’s actress, Palmer’s is very much a model, so feast your eyes, good people.

This woman is, as they say, drop-dead-gorgeous.  Incredible body, big boobs, long legs, beautiful face, great hair, what’s not to like? Especially since all of these things are shown off exquisitely in her movie.

Holly is a stunning woman, and I can’t decide if I want to hug her or jump on top of her and do the bad thing, due to her huge  mixture of cuteness and hotness. She’s a very sexy woman, and is downright gorgeous.

The thing is, Palmer is all of those things as well, but even more so.

That’s why, the hottest leading lady in an Adam Sandler movie is…

 

Tournament Winner

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Palmer Dodge (Just Go With It)

 

This doesn’t really come as a surprise if you’ve seen my Impossibly Hot Women Tournament of Hotties, where Palmer’s actress, Brooklyn Decker, was a competitor. That tournament was essentially a grouping of 16 of the hottest women on the planet. But she did actually have some tough competition in here. But in the end, Palmer is just too friggin’ hot to touch.

 

And as a bonus (as usual), here are all the women ranked in my own personal order, from least hot, to hottest, as they appear in their respective films. The round they were eliminated in is in parentheses.

#39 Debbie Lustig (The Week Of) [Round 1]

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#38 Flor Moreno (Spanglish) [Round 1]

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#37 Jennifer (Eight Crazy Nights) [Round 1]

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#36 Dinah Ratner (Uncut Gems) [Round 1]

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#35 Becca (The Do-Over) [Round 1]

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#34 Lena Leonard (Punch-Drunk Love) [Round 1]

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#33 Carmen Herrara (The Cobbler) [Round 1]

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#32 Valerie Veran (Little Nicky) [Round 2]

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#31 Jill Hastings (Bed Time Stories) [Round 1]

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#30 Dawn (The Do-Over) [Round 1]

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#29 Erin Sadelstein (Jack and Jill) [Round 1]

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#28 Lucy Whitman (50 First Dates) [Round 1]

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#27 Julia Sullivan (The Wedding Singer) [Round 1]

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#26 Lauren Reynolds (Blended) [Round 1]

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#25 Audrey Spitz (Murder Mystery) [Round 1]

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#24 Courtney Clarke (Sandy Wexler) [Round 2]

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#23 Layla Maloney (Big Daddy) [Round 1]

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#22 Linda (Wedding Singer) [Round 1]

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#21 Virginia Venit (Happy Gilmore) [Round 1]

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#20 Vicki Vallencourt (The Waterboy) [Round 2]

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#19 Deborah Clasky (Spanglish) [Round 2]

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#18 Linda (Anger Management) [Round 3]

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#17 Veronica Vaugn (Billy Madison) [Round 2]

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#16 Smoking Fox (The Ridiculous Six) [Round 2]

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#15 Laura (Funny People) [Round 2]

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#14 Maru McGarricle (That’s My Boy) [Round 2]

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#13  Vanessa (Big Daddy) [Round 3]

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#12 Babe Bennett (Mr. Deeds) [Round 1]

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#11 Pam Dawson (Mr. Deeds) [Semi-Finalist]

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#10 Violet Van Patten (Pixels) [Round 3]

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#9 Holly Sullivan (The Wedding Singer) [Runner-Up]

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#8 Roxanne Feder (Grown Ups/Grown Ups 2) [Round 1]

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#7 Heather (The Do-Over) [Round 2]

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#6 Julia De Fiore (Uncut Gems) [Round 3]

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#5 Dalia Hakbarah (You Don’t Mess With The Zohan) [Round 1]

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#4 Katherine Murphy (Just Go With It) [Semi-Finalist]

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#3 Donna Newman (Click) [Round 2]

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#2 Alex McDonough (I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry) [Round 3]

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#1 Palmer Dodge (Just Go With It) [Tournament Winner]

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And there you have it! We’ll see you next Tournament of Hotties!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Top 10 Movies Series

I was recently challenged to make a list of my Top 10 movies of all time. That wouldn’t be very exciting, as most of them would all likely belong to one series or two. So instead, I will do my Top 10 movie series.

So without further ado, here they are!

 

#10 Austin Powers

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These movies get better the older I get, probably because I was too young to get half the jokes when they first came out. They do an amazing job spoofing the old James Bond films, and the goofy jokes, and wackiness of everything gets me every time.

#9 Toy Story

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The first three movies are incredible. The fourth is good, but also kind of ruined my childhood. But as a series, it’s truly wonderful story of personal growth, friendship, loyalty and bravery, until the fourth… So many diverse characters and personalities make it fun and exciting to watch.

#8 Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Trilogy

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I can watch this trilogy all the time. The third one took a while to grow on me, but the first two are still two of my favorite super-hero films of all time, and considering they are 20 years old now, and made in a time before technology for such films really got going, that’s a pretty amazing thing to say.

I love the stories, and most importantly, the character relationships. I find them very gripping, and the emotion behind each character is amazing.

#7 American Pie

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I already did a series ranked on these movies. I am only referring to the four main movies. I haven’t seen any of the spin-offs. What I like about these movies so much, besides the incredible humor, is that everyone probably knows someone similar to all the characters in the movies, and can relate to each and every one of them. Not to mention, despite it’s crude, adult humor, there are very emotional issues the characters go through, which are all things people in real life have to deal with, thus allowing us to relate even more.

They are very powerful movies, propelled forward by outrageous humor.

#6 Jason Bourne

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These are probably my favorite action movies of all time. I am excluding Legacy in this. I didn’t really like that one.

I really enjoy the story and characters. This, amplified by the non-stop gun fights, car chases, and assassins fighting each other in hand-to-hand combat, makes for a really thrilling experience.

#5 Rambo

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Speaking of amazing action films, these are five of the best. What makes these better than the Bourne movies is Rambo. I really like his character. He’s this traumatized victim, struggling to find his way in life. Naturally, he is a quiet, innocent man that doesn’t want any trouble. But when trouble knocks on his door, all hell breaks loose, and he turns into a relentless, unstoppable killing machine. I think 1-3 and 5 are some of the greatest films ever made. And 4 is really good too.

I also like that each one brings awareness to real world problems, and they don’t hold back, showing some rather graphic things from time to time.

#4 Star Wars

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With 9 movies and 2 spin-off movies, there is a lot to talk about with Star Wars. I like every single film made, and only one did I ever dislike until I saw it three times. I can go on for days talking about what I like, but the whole connecting themes through three trilogies, the characters and how they grow and change, and everything about the force are probably my favorite things about it.

I really enjoy Lucas’ world building, and the technology he’s come up with as well.

#3 Avengers

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Some of the best coordinated action can be found in these movies. The first two are two of my favorite movies of all time, the third isn’t quite there, but is still incredible, and the fourth…meh…I didn’t really like it all that much.

But thanks to the first three, I can always go back and watch some truly jaw-dropping action.

#2 Captain America

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The first one is wonderful, the second is mind-blowing and intense, the third is easily the greatest action film ever made and will likely always hold that title in my heart. Steve Rogers is annoyingly likeable and it’s fun to watch how everyone he works with grows to like him, despite his often narrow-minded, tunnel-visiony sense of justice.

#1 Rocky

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I absolutely love everything about these movies. The emotion in each character can not be found anywhere else. It’s incredible to watch all these down-and-out characters grow personally, as well their relationships with others. The music is just as emotional and does an amazing job enhancing everything that happens.

Not to mention the training montages and fights are always exciting.

I will keep it short, cuz I could probably rant about these movies for a good long while. so let’s just say, it’s like seeing these movies for the first time every time I watch them, which is often.

One of my first posts ranks this series.

 

So ranking these was really hard. Rocky is absolutely my favorite series, and Halloween definitely belongs in the 10 spot, but the others are kind of up in the air as to what rank they place. Truthfully Jason Bourne and Rambo should probably be higher, but I don’t know. All I know is that these series’ have brought mucho goodness in my life.