Presently it's a dependable fact that the first "The Longest Yard", a great games comic drama film, is better than the Adam Sandler redo. Be that as it may, what precisely improves the first to such an extent? Here are 3 reasons why-spoilers ahead, be cautioned.
1. Burt Reynolds > Adam Sandler
I am sad Mr. Sandler, however, you can't contend. Burt Reynolds' depiction of Paul Crewe is way out of your class. He makes a character that is oily yet so agreeable with his jokes and clever rebounds, a character who gets pounded however continues ascending. He keeps his insubordinate smile up even in the wake of being pounded, and regardless of what you toss at him, it will dependably be there. Adam Sandler's depiction of Paul Crewe is arrogant where Reynolds is sure, finished the best where Reynolds is solid, and exaggerated when Reynolds is downplayed. So, Sandler's acting hacks sneak under the bar in this one.
2. The Humor
In the first "The Longest Yard", a lot of the cleverness comes from Reynolds clever jokes as well as the reasonable collaborations amongst prisoners and their associates and punishers, the watchmen. In the redo, the silliness is gotten less from this but rather more from modest stiflers of hormones to make a watch create bosoms, of prisoners dressed as whores. The jokes are belittling and do nothing to ingrain sympathy in the number of inhabitants in the jail. Where the first "The Longest Yard" regarded the detainees as individuals, the revamp treats them like creatures in a zoo, to be taunted and played with for our diversion. In the first, we get a feeling of compassion for the detainees, however in the change just giggle at their shortcomings.
3. The last amusement
There isn't an uncertainty in my mind that the first amusement was superior to in the last. Why? Since it concentrated less on "Adam Sandler" and more on how the prisoners manage double-crossing and sadness. The scene which sticks in a single's psyche for the revamp is a protective cap less Sandler making a valiant and gallant exclusive exertion after his group has spurned him. In the first, we are left with a feeling of collaboration and kinship. Rather than one saint, we have a group of legends.