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A workaholic architect, who has been overlooking his family in favor of his career, comes across a universal remote that allows him to perform TiVo-like functions on his life, such as pausing events...  View more >

Starring Adam Sandler, Kate Beckinsale, Christopher Walken...  View more >

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Please Note: Reader Reviews are submitted by the readers of The BigScreen Cinema Guide and represent their own personal opinions regarding this movie, and do not represent the views of The BigScreen Cinema Guide, or any of its associated entities.

Jun 24, 2006
It was OK almoet a wait for the rental but still fun to see.
Jun 26, 2006
\"Click\" got a good premise, but it fell into the wrongs, meaning that it was done by Adam Sandler\'s \"Happy Madison\" production, which made some of the wrost movies of all time. \"Click\" could have been a terrible movie if not for the presence of Kate Beckinsale. she\'s the only performer worthy of mention.Her second bad movie in a row. Sanlder played a family man who obtain a tv changer, inwhich his life went from one bad moment to the next. There are plenty of bad moments in \"Click.\" the usual toliet humor which dominate some of Sandlers movie, including this movie here. It got a little weepy toward the end, but the damage has been done. \"Click\" should have been done by someone else. Anyone but Sandler will do.
Jul 2, 2006
I\'m shocked. I expected to come here and see all \"See Now!\"s. I went with my parents for this one and we all thought it was the best film of the year, on par with \"There\'s Something About Mary\". Yes, Adam Sandler had written some dubious movies in the past (remember \"Little Nicky\"?), but this movie stands apart. Adam did not overact; he blended his ability to act serious and hillarious at the same time and very effectively. The story was amazingly funny and thought-provoking. Even David Hasslehoff did a good job in this one. Christopher Walken was, of course, incredible.

All of us laughed out loud -- often. With very few exceptions, the jokes were not childish either (and I noticed my mother laughing out-loud at those as well!). The movie also has an excellent message to it. I did not expect what I got when I saw that movie and was pleasantly surprised enough to think, \"I\'m going to buy the DVD for this one for my collection!\" at the end.
Jul 8, 2006
I was worried about seeing this movie because of the reviews but again I'm glad I didn't listen to them. Instead I listened to my son which said his wife and him loved it! I love to watch Adam Sandler and again I wasn't disappointed! I loved this move!! It made you think about your own life and how fast things go by. It made you realize things you might be missing. I loved Adam Sandler's humor and thought it was funny in the right spots. It was also very touching, I and my husband cried at the end. You must see it if you like Adam Sandler, you won't be disappointed.
Jul 20, 2006
Oct 31, 2006
Adam Sandler tries to do Frank Capra-esque movie, and fails, but only slightly.

The message is there, and it's pounded into you with a sledgehammer so you don't miss it. Family is more important than work, and a workaholic caught in the rat race needs to lose what he has before he sees its value. We get it.

Unfortunately, if you're not a true Adam Sandler comedy fan, I think you're going to be disappointed. If you read my other reviews of his movies (there aren't many), you'll know that I'm not a big Adam Sandler fan. I don't appreciate his brand of humor, but I'm sure I would have thought it was funny back in college watching movies with my buddies. While I've grown up, it doesn't appear that Adam Sandler has, or at least, he's trying very hard not to. One wonders if he's going to be 50 years old and still doing the same routine.

Anyway, back to the movie. Sandler does a good job of playing the average Joe that's trying to work his way to success in the misguided notion that he will take time for his family after he's made it. Unfortunately, as we all know long before his character figures it out, corporate America isn't about helping its employees succeed. It's about sucking them dry and then discarding them the moment they get in the way or stop serving their needs in any way. Aside from that, his interaction with the neighbor kid is very funny.

Kate Beckinsale is a huge redeeming factor for this movie. She brightens every scene she's in, but as the loving wife (with a "rockin' hot body" according to Christopher Walken's character) she stands in such contrast to Sandler's dopey character, it's implausible that these two would be married in reality.

Christopher Walken is not bad in his role, but he can only do so much with what he's given. He didn't get in the way and he didn't try to steal scenes, so that's the best one can expect.

Where the movie falls flat is when it resorts to too much of the Adam Sandler brand of grotesque humor that most people will associate with him. I walked out of "The Waterboy" after a half hour because I couldn't take any more of it, and especially watching actors like Kathy Bates and Henry Winkler debase themselves in such a way. Winkler is here as well, but his role is actually pretty good this time around.

It's almost as if there was an uncontrollable need on the part of Sandler or director Frank Coraci to inject the movie with a certain level of gross-out humor. Perhaps this was done to satisfy the Adam Sandler fans, who would be disappointed with nothing less. Maybe I'm just getting old, but I found it unnecessary and distracting.

There are some good points to this movie, and that's why I'm giving it a "Wait for Rental" rating. Sandler fans will enjoy it, and people willing to overlook its deficiencies will also enjoy it. Unlike other Sandler movies, I don't regret the time spent watching "Click" but I feel no compelling need to see it again.

If you're looking for a good "meaning of life" movie, you'd do yourself a favor by checking out the movie that started it all; "It's a Wonderful Life" as well as more contemporary movies, such as "The Family Man" with Nicolas Cage, and "Scrooged" with a hilarious performance by Bill Murray.

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