Is there a second Adam Sandler movie I want to see in my adult life? I think there might be! Funny People may be a formulaic finally-truly-living-after-nearly-dying romantic comedy, but how can you resist Adam Sander, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Jason Schwartzman, and others all acting not-that-hammy in a Judd Apatow film? You can't. Unless you're one of the people who are sick of the overexposure of Judd Apatow and all of his cronies, in which case you'll hate this:
I like that they make sure to subtly address the Apatow over-saturation fears. "The THIRD film from Judd Apatow! Only his third film, everyone! He was just producing most of the time!" But minus points for use of old Postal Service song to make me feel like I'm entering the indie dramedy zone.