Adam Sandler's "The Waterboy" is a comedy about a water boy for
a college football team, who turned into a college football star. The main character, Bobby Boucher, is a slow-witted man in his mid-late 20's. He
still lives with his overprotective mother in a Louisiana Bayou, so his
social skills are very lacking. Another character is Henry Winkler, who
starred in Happy Days. He plays another football coach and one of Bouchier's only friends.
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movie also uses a unique zoom in angle on the characters when they're experiencing rage. Before Bobby gets off into one of his fits of rage the camera zooms in on him so you can almost see the pain he feels, but also the anger he has. In the middle of his attack the camera switches to show what Bobby sees and the face of the person he's attacking so it's like you're actually Bobby.