Over the years, Adam Sandler has managed to gradually change the vision of his humor, an often absurd one that has cost him negative comments. While his fans enjoy his stories and have his favorites, critics don’t. This, over time, has taken its toll on the interpreter.
Although films like “Diamonds in the rough” and “Claw” from Netflix have served to see Sandler in another facetthe actor recently gave an interview where he talks about criticism of his work and how he learned to cope with it.
“Sometimes criticism hurts. Mainly because I invite amazing people I love to make movies with me and I wish they didn’t have to read bad things about whatever we’ve done. But I don’t let it matter to me. I always remember something my father said about this,” Sandler shared with the AARP portal.
Adam Sandler in “Claw”
The 56-year-old actor mentioned a life lesson that his father gave him years ago, when bad comments against his career were everyday.
“My father was a tough guy. I remember once something didn’t go right for me. I think I didn’t get an audition. He was upset and probably embarrassed. And he said, ‘Adam, you can’t always be happy. People aren’t always going to like you. You’re going to fail.’ I replied: ‘But I just want to be happy. I don’t want all that other crap.’ He said, ‘Actually, you won’t know you’re happy if you don’t feel those other things that bother you,’” she commented.
With a career with ups and downs, but with films that his audience has liked, Adam Sandler is getting ready to train new tapes. They are: “Murder mystery 2″, “You are so not invited to my bat mitzvah” and “Spaceman”.
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