“We Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” Adam Sandler and Kevin James play faux-gay Brooklyn firefighters in a comedy that is about because delicate as a face packed with firehose. By Stephanie Zacharek July 20, 2007 2:59PM (UTC) Stocks “we Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” works difficult at perhaps not being offensive. It simply does not work tirelessly sufficient at being good. Larry Valentine (Kevin James) and Chuck Levine (Adam Sandler) are Brooklyn, N.Y., firemen whom pretend become a couple that is gay purchase to get domestic-partnership advantages. This will be especially very important to the widowed Larry: Because of a paperwork glitch, he is not able to make their two young kids the beneficiary of their retirement. If he takes someone — that might be their co-worker and greatest buddy, Chuck, whoever life he’s also simply conserved — he will not need to worry about their youngsters’ welfare should anything occur to him.