There are a lot (and I mean a lot) of elements of Just Go With It that don't make sense. Why is Palmer (Brooklyn Decker) completely smitten with Danny (Adam Sandler) when they seem to have no chemistry at all? Why do so many characters use fake accents? And most importantly, when did Dave Matthews become an actor? It's possible to keep yourself distracted during the length of the film simply by adding up the absurdities, but you'll have a much better time if you take a cue from the film's title and don't ask questions. Just go with it.
Danny serves as the film's narrator and central focus, a plastic surgeon who was scarred by love when his fiancée broke his heart. After an accidental twist of fate, Danny learns that he can score many a one-night stand by flashing a wedding band and playing the role of abused husband. He chalks up his behavior to protecting himself from getting hurt again, but changes his tune when he meets Palmer, a 23-year-old teacher with the body of a bikini model (literally) and a good heart. After one night on the beach, the two decide that their relationship could be something real — that is, until Palmer finds Danny's fake wedding ring and demands to meet his "soon-to-be-ex-wife." Unwilling to give up on a woman he's actually falling for, Danny turns to the only woman he trusts, his assistant Katherine (Jennifer Aniston), to play the role.
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