Has Jennifer Aniston's career gone so far off track that she needs to slum in this year's Dennis Dugan–directed Adam Sandler vehicle? Worse, consider that this lazy comedy is a remake of 1969's Cactus Flower - a fizzy concoction starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, and Goldie Hawn, who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her efforts - and be prepared to pick your jaw up off the floor, as I did, when another Oscar winner, Nicole Kidman, shows up playing fourth fiddle to Aniston. Sandler's Danny is a plastic surgeon who pretends to be married as a way to bed witless women. He coaxes Katherine (Aniston), his assistant, into posing as his soon-to-be ex so he can continue fucking his latest conquest (Brooklyn Decker). This would be vile even by Sandler's standards - and then he enlists Katherine's young kids (Griffin Gluck and bright spot Bailee Madison) to take part in his charade. Alert Social Services!