I had low expectations for "The Benchwarmers" and was not surprised when those expectations were met. I knew that I wasn't going to be watching a movie with much of a plot, but this movie had a plot that made absolutely no sense and seemed to be very forced.
I absolutely loved Rob Schneider in other Adam Sandler movies because he was superb at playing the completely whacking, and yet wholly realized, friend of the protagonist. In "The Benchwarmers" he plays the protagonist, a normal guy with very little depth, and it felt like he was acting as if he was normal when his wild side really wanted to come out. Rob, let that dirty Hawaiian out. The acting in this movie was horrible by every actor and the past roles of these actors in no way redeem them from their stunted performances in this movie. Jen Heder, David Spade, and Jon Lovitz all play caricatures of themselves. Each line had a forced delivery and the dialogue had no natural rhythm.
Do not go see this movie for the few laughs it had, it's not worth the agony of sitting through the whole movie.