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If you've binged every available episode of the hit Disney Plus series, then we've got three picks to keep you entertained. Get some streaming picks. Two fathers with opposing personalities come together to celebrate the wedding of their children. They are forced to spend the longest week of their lives together, and the big day cannot come soon enough. Don't get me wrong; The Week Of isn't great; but it most certainly isn't as bad as these other reviews. Please don't go into this film expecting to see a masterclass in directing and acting with an incredibly gripping storyline. As you're not going to get that. It's a comedy and it serves its job as that I genuinely laughed out loud at some of the jokes in this movie which is odd for an Adam Sandler movie. For example Allison Strong puts in a brilliant performance for the most of it apart from the crying scenes , which was served alongside an array of talent from other young actors.
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When you need to refer to a specific week, you can pick a day that falls during that week, and call it "the week of that date ":. Usually you use the first day of the week Monday as the date in this expression. But you can also use other days of the week. If you only remember one date during that week, you can use that date, whether it's the first day of the week or not. Learn English Phrases. Search PhraseMix. The 3 biggest improvements you can make to your English writing The key to understanding natural spoken English 5 steps to achieving your New Year's resolutions 8 reasons why your English isn't improving How your brain learns English and how it doesn't Infographic: How many words do you 'need'? The problem with language learning "levels" Where do I start? Never tell yourself that you "know" an English word or phrase.