Adam Sandler can breathe a sigh of relief: Thanks to fellow SNL
alumus Mike Myers' crude, bafflingly unfunny comedy, Sandler's YOU DON'T MESS WITH THE ZOHAN won't
be remembered as the worst movie of 2008.
Thanks to a string of self-help best-sellers like "If You're Happy and You Know It, Think Again," and his popular, acronym-filled sutras on the subjects of self-fulfillment and self-love, Guru Pitka (Mike Myers) is the world-famous representative of some vaguely Hindu-sounding belief system... and he's not even Indian. Pitka's parents were missionary doggy-stylists (there's a smutty joke there, but don't bother looking for it -- it isn't funn...