That's My Boy is a comedy of 2012 that stars Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg. The story begins when the character that Adam plays, Donny Berger, is a young boy with a crush on his young and attractive teacher. His teacher enters into a relationship with Donny and they are caught in the act so she is sent to prison. But she is pregnant with Donny's baby so when the baby is born which a boy named Han Solo Berger, the baby lives with and is raised by Donny.
Time is fast forwarded to present day and Donny has made all of the money he can off of the sex scandal that gave him his son. The money is gone and Donny doesn't have many accomplishments to show for his life. He drinks and hangs out with buddies to fill his time. His son has grown up and no longer speaks to his father. He has made a break to get away from the bad memories the stories of his birth bring and the lifestyle that Donny lives. Han Solo is using a different name now.
When Donny discovers he owes a lot of money in back taxes to the IRS he knows he is going to have to come up with a solution to get out of the difficult predicament he is in. Donny tries to capitalize on his old fame and is offered enough money to pay off the IRS if he can have his son have a reunion with his mother at the prison she is now in. With that news Donny decides to look up his son who has became much more successful with his life than Donny has with his.
Donny ends up crashing Han Solo's wedding weekend and is not easy to get rid of. Donny and Hon end up working their way through some very difficult emotional baggage they are both carrying from their relationship as father and son. As the reunion is set to occur Donny begins to have second thoughts about going through with it. He doesn't want to throw away the relationship he just recently recovered with Han Solo. Donny has to make a choice between his financial security and his son's happiness.
I'm as big a fan of "Billy Madison" or "Happy Gilmore" as anyone, but Adam Sandler's offerings of late have been lacking, have they not? After all, "Jack and Jill" earned a record number of Razzies this year, and the trailers for the latest Sandler flick, "That's My Boy," weren't looking much better. So, what does it take to make an Adam Sandler trailer funny? Apparently all you need is Andy Samberg and some editing software. And honestly, it doesn't even have to be good software.