I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry 
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry is a 2007 comedy starring Adam Sandler and Kevin James (King of Queens) as two straight firemen, and best friends, who pretend to be gay.
Charles Todd “Chuck” Levine (Sandler) is a single fireman taking life for grant, partying and womanizing when he’s not at work. Lawrence Arthur “Larry” Valentine (James) is a widower raising two young children.
During a routine building check, an accident happens that makes Larry realize how dangerous his job is and tries to change his beneficiaries in his life insurance policy from his recently departed wife to his children. However, a technical difficulty hinders him from taking such action without getting hitched.
As a result he convinces Chuck into a domestic agreement, pretending to be a gay couple, so that he may be able to change his policy.
The film takes a stab at bureaucratic, almost robotic, arms of the government. This is implied when Larry makes a call to the policy office and is answered by a ‘robot’ that is unable to verify his words correctly. Although hilarious, almost everyone has been faced with such a situation.
There are also crude jokes on sexuality and homosexuality which some people may find offensive.
The film’s release sparked criticism from several noted sources, USA Today called it “a movie that gives marriage, homosexuality, friendship, firefighters, children and nearly everything else a bad name” and the New York Post called it “an insult to comedy itself.” However, a representative from the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) pointed out that stereotyping was expected but in a way, it called for equality respect.
The film is directed by Dennis Dugan and was written by Barry Farano.
Overall, this is a great adult comedy – if you are not easily offended.