Eight Crazy Nights

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It's naughty. It's nice. It's animated.


Eight Crazy Nights is a heartwarming family holiday movie that will bring joy and laughter to people of all ages... yeah, right. It's actually about a middle-aged Jewish drunk who learns not to be such an asshole to everyone. Why should (or why shouldn't) you check it out? Well, it involves rocket farts, snowman killing, old lady melon squeezing (not what it sounds like), and that's just the first five minutes.


Tropes used in Eight Crazy Nights include:
  • Adaptation Expansion: Whitey is based on a one-shot character from Sandler's album Stan and Judy's Kid.
  • Alter Kocker: Eleanore.
  • Brick Joke: Davey picks on the fat kid in his team, telling him to wear a bra next time he comes on the court. We next see him at the mall trying on a bra in a changing stall.
  • Butt Monkey: Whitey, until the ending.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Eleanore is ten pounds of ass-kicking in a five-pound bag. See the part when she's confronted by the man who stole her Liz Taylor wig as a child.
  • But Thou Must!: A rare non-videogame example, Before Davey could leave the city on the bus all of the tires pop right in front of the place where the patch ceremony is being held.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Eleanore.

Ahh, a burglar! Take what you want, but please don't chop my legs off!