(D: Nicholas Goosen, 96 min)
Adam Sandler is a producer on this one, which is apropos. Judging from the synopsis, it sounds like the kind of project he would have done a few years ago.
When a nebbishy 30-something video game tester ( Allen Covert , Sandler's NYU buddy and frequent collaborator) finds himself short of cash, he moves into his grandmother's house, which is also populated by two randy older women.
Grandma is played by Everybody Loves Raymond's Doris Roberts ; the two friends are Shirley Jones and Shirley Knight . Sounds like Golden Girls meets Animal House.
Look for cameos, no doubt the work of Sandler, by SNL alums Kevin Nealon , Rob Schneider and David Spade . A likely candidate for early inclusion on 2006's list of dumb sex comedies. Opens Friday (January 6). Screened after press time - see review January 6 at www.nowtoronto.com/film.