Click

Click

Click

Fantasy comedy following a workaholic architect (Sandler) who can't the find the time to fit all of life in. His savour arrives in the form of a universal remote that allows him to fast-forward, pause, rewind, etc time. So he fast forwards his wife's (Kate Beckinsale) nagging, pauses his boss (The Hoff) so he can punch him, and slow-mo's well-endowedwomen who jog past. But with great power comes great responsibility. Co-stars Christopher Walken.

2006Rating: M, contains offensive language & sex references98 minsUSA
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Urban Cinefile

Urban Cinefile

While the concept is high on the fun metre, the result is a mediocre Adam Sandler comedy that wavers between slapstick, gross-out, and some unexpectedly dark themes about life and death. It's predictable, often tedious, and sounds funnier than it plays. Just like the movie Multiplicity canvassed the notion of having multiple versions of yourself to cope with daily tasks and expectations, Click es one step further and suggests skipping over life's ...

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Maybe Adam Sandler and his team intended to make a serious movie, and maybe they didn't, but in "Click" they've made one, all right, one of the best American films of the year so far. The filmmakers take what might have been just a gimmicky premise and pursue it meticulously, following wherever it leads. Along the way, they create a shrewd and moving metaphor for the way people live their lives in 21st century America...

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Can no one save the talented Sandler from himself? I hate this movie. Click. I hate this movie. Click. I hate this movie...

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Disappointingly predictable comedy from Sandler...

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