Every Adam Sandler & Jennifer Aniston Movie Ranked

With combined star power and charming chemistry, the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston movies have proven they are a wonderful

cinematic pairing. Both Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston made big splashes in the ’90s, and their careers continued to pick up steam in

the ensuing decades until they both became Hollywood giants. Sandler’s antics made him a comedy legend, while Aniston’s more understated

turns made her the perfect foil for any goofball co-star. Though it took years for the duo to finally appear together following their first collaboration, the pairing immediately proved to be a perfect match, leading to a follow-up that reunited them again.

Starting in 2011 with Just Go with ItAdam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston’s chemistry on screen was immediately apparent, and their individual styles managed to elevate each other’s performances. The key to the success of the Sandler/Aniston films has been her ability to go along with his over-the-top comedy without ever being overshadowed. The overwhelming success of 2019’s Murder Mystery proved that the pairing was no fluke, and it became one of the few Adam Sandler movies to receive a sequel with the release of 2023’s Murder Mystery 2. With three hits under their belts, more Sandler and Aniston matchups are almost certain to come.

Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler were well into their stardom when they starred together for the first time in 2011’s Just Go with It. Sandler plays a plastic surgeon who enlists the help of his office manager (Aniston) to convince another woman (Brooklyn Decker) that he is a married man who is soon getting a divorce. Just Go with It is a loose remake of the 1969 movie Cactus Flower, but it does little to stand out compared to the original in terms of story. The 2011 movie was generally lambasted by critics, though the cast of Just Go with It scored it some points in reviews.

In particular, the onscreen chemistry between Sandler and Aniston is immediately undeniable, and their scenes transcend the script, which leaves a lot to be desired. One of the biggest problems with Just Go with It is that Sandler’s character, Danny, comes off as irredeemably unlikable from the outset, and the movie’s farcical humor doesn’t make up for that fact. Nevertheless, moviegoers flocked to the theaters in droves to see the first teaming of Sandler and Aniston, and Just Go with It grossed over $200 million (via Box Office Mojo) proving that they were a box office smash together.