Happy Madison Productions is an American film and television production company founded in 1996 by Adam Sandler and is best known for its comedy films. Happy Madison takes its name from the films Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison, two box office successes starring Sandler himself, both produced by Robert Simonds.
The plots of their films are written as either nonsensical, unfunny, frustrating, unoriginal, juvenile, mean-spirited, weak, stupid, boring, horrid, or either just plain disgusting and vile.
Unfunny and weak humor.
Adam Sandler, despite having some great talents he could use for movies like his acting and singing, is incredibly lazy when it comes to being a director and writer, and always wastes his talents just for the sake of huge money making at the box office. He shows he is just in the movie industry because money.
Their films have shameless amounts of product placement.
Their films rely too heavily on celebrity cameos.
For some reason, all of their films have to have at least one bully or bully-like character; not necessarily school kids, but usually adults, whom are corrupt douchebags, rather than typical schoolyard bullies.
Films they made, like Anger Management, the first Paul Blart: Mall Cop movie, and Here Comes The Boom have become cult films.
The company produces some really good TV shows like Rules of Engagement, The Gong Show with Dave Attell, Nick Swardson's Pretend Time, Breaking In and The Goldbergs.