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Click

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6.41 h 47 min2006X-Ray12
When a harried workaholic is given a universal remote that allows him to pause, rewind or skip past portions of his life, he discovers which parts are truly the best of his life.
Directors
Frank Coraci
Starring
Adam SandlerKate BeckinsaleChristopher Walken
Genres
DramaComedy
Subtitles
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Audio Languages
English
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Supporting actors
Henry WinklerDavid HasselhoffJulie KavnerJennifer CoolidgeSean Astin
Producers
Adam Sandler
Studio
Columbia Pictures
Content advisory
Alcohol usesexual contentsmokingsubstance useviolence
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4.4 out of 5 stars

1204 global ratings

  1. 68% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 17% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 8% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 2% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 5% of reviews have 1 stars
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Bob GroverReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 November 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Something in here for everyone. Unfortunately.
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This film is a hodge podge of gags ranging from the childish to the challenging. Covering sexual innuendo without the innuendo and slaptick. All thrown willy-nilly into a high speed blender.

Almost everyone will laugh at a lot of the jokes in this film - if they haven't switched off before their level or type of humour is catered for. There are some great lines, some perfectly adequate acting, a very solid plot (which kept me watching to the end). It was only the 'something for all free-for-all' formula that stopped me giving it 5 stars.

I'm sure if I watched it again I would spot jokes that I had missed and maybe laugh at some of the ones I didn't laugh at this time, but I would have to face the land mine of corn to get there. Maybe...
ethanReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 November 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Cinematic Masterpiece
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Dear Mr Sandler,
On the week commencing the 25th of October 2021, me and my comrades viewed this feature film and let me say, we are big fans. When the credits rolled on this masterpiece, we were stunned, stunning, weeping, crying, bawling, and laughing. Our lives are forever changed by this phenomenal movie. I hope to continue viewing more of your movies, particularly “Jack and Jill” which I believe will be quite the “hoot”.
Sincerely,
Ethan Walker
Third year Biology student
And a big fan
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Spike OwenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 November 2011
4.0 out of 5 stars
Charming entry on a well trodden path.
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Michael Newman is overworked and under appreciated by his boss, worse still, he doesn't have enough hours in the day to devote time to his loving family. But then he happens upon eccentric salesman Morty, who puts a universal remote control Michael's way, a control that perfectly controls his life.......at first.

Films that deal with second chances via gods, angels and devils are not in short supply, everything from the mighty It's A Wonderful Life, to the amiable Mr Destiny have covered this fantastical field. Enter Click, starring Adam Sandler {Newman}, another spin on the genre with the added kick of encompassing modern day technology into the equation. Split very much into two vastly different halves, Click finds Sandler reining in his usual shouty goof ball persona. Naturally for the first part we get the comedy set ups, at times hilarious and at others a little crass, but it's never sledgehammer comedy of the like that Sandler has previously served up in spades. The reason for the restraint becomes evident when the films second half arrives, full of emotional fortitude it's something of a shock at first to grasp the switch in tone, but it works real well, and it's testament to Sandler's straight acting ability that he manages to sway the viewer into this fantastical realm.

Click is no genius piece of work, and for the genre it tackles it's probably some way short of being up with the best. It does however punch the right buttons. From Sandler and a highly accomplished supporting cast {Kate Beckinsale, Christopher Walken, Sean Astin and Henry Winkler}, to its delightful and rewarding finale, this most definitely is one that is worth punching play on your remote control for. Whilst the credit sequences and soundtrack hit the spot as well, give it a go if you get the chance. 7/10
6 people found this helpful
JohnReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 January 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Better than expected
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Click is a very watchable and unusual film. I was surprised how non-terrible it was. Without spoiling the plot, it takes a surprisingly dark turn almost exactly half-way through, making this a very unusual Hollywood comedy.

Adam Sandler is mildly annoying, especially when his character (supposedly a top architect) resorts to 'hilarious' toilet humour, but it's less awful than you might expect. Christopher Walken is fantastically weird as a shop assistant/mad scientist/mysterious antagonist, and Kate Beckinsale is super as Sandler's exasperated and wife.

Some of the special effects are already looking a bit dated, but the make-up and prosthetics are brilliant, and were rightly nominated for an Oscar.
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Charlotte BrentnallReviewed in the United Kingdom on 18 June 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fun, witty and emotional film!
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What a good film, it has lots of life lessons incorporated into the movie and kept me hooked the whole time. I really enjoyed seeing the same characters but with age or weight added as this was really interesting concept to show the time machine effect. This film had me laughing and crying which is why I say it was an emotional movie for me! I'd highly recommend this to watch with family or friends, especially since its rated a 12 you can watch it with the children!
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Snow71Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 June 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Well worth watching.
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This is a zany comedy of the usual Adam Sandler crazy comedy type thing but somewhere in this there is a message and the film although stays funny also hits the nail on the head about how we rush through our lives without though...Well worth a watch!
3 people found this helpful
Tony CooteReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 October 2010
4.0 out of 5 stars
One of Sandlers better films
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This is one of Adam Sandlers better films of later years. I preferred his earlier stuff like Happy Gilmore or Big Daddy but click seemed to be up there with them. It is a nice story about putting your family and loved ones first in life. I would compare the story to Charles Dickens 'A Christmas Carol'. The story basically is Adam Sandler gets given a remote control from Christopher Walken and he can use this remote for general life, for example he can pause and fast forward time. A clever well thought out story that will have you laughing and crying but afterwards feeling refreshed and satisfied.
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K AudsleyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 April 2022
1.0 out of 5 stars
Sexist tosh
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Really disappointing film, immediately becomes a sexist trope. Oh surprisingly his wife is uber hot and all his ex-girlfriends were fat (the horror!) was trying to keep going but it’s also entirely humourless. Awful- avoid.
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