I just got home from a free prescreening of You Don't Mess With The Zohan. It's pretty much what you're expecting, but a bit funnier. As an Adam Sandler movie, it relies on ridiculous humor, but he manages to pull it off pretty well. The movie actually has a bunch of funny party that weren't in the previews, to my surprise. It kept the whole theater laughing almost non-stop. Bottom line: don't expect a deep plot. Expect ridiculousness and a lot of "wtf?" moments. Don't expect cultured, witty humor - only the light and outrageous. The one problem with this movie is that it uses comedy by repetition, and keeps restating the same jokes over and over. It works to a point, but Sandler does it about 20 minutes longer than he should, so that by the very end it's no longer funny. The previous entirety of the movie, however, the entire theater and I were rofling. I'd give it 3.5/5. It'd get 4 if not for those last twenty minutes where the jokes finally stale. See it at a cheap theater, not an expensive one.