(2,467)6.41 h 47 min2006X-RayPG-13
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.
Frank Coraci
Adam SandlerKate BeckinsaleChristopher Walken
English [CC]
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Henry WinklerDavid HasselhoffJulie KavnerJennifer CoolidgeSean Astin
Adam SandlerJack GiarraputoNeal MoritzSteve KorenMark O'Keefe
Columbia Pictures
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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MaxReviewed in the United States on June 18, 2018
5.0 out of 5 starsLove your family, not work...
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Great movie with EXTREMELY important message for you: FAMILY FIRST, not work !!! I watched this movie about 3 times and always love it with both laughing and crying while watching. Being honest, it helped me tackle few life turning points as ALWAYS remember the lesson learned from this movie. Two thumbs up !!!
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Goth Gone GreyReviewed in the United States on June 25, 2018
4.0 out of 5 starsIt's a Wonderfully Crass Life
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I'm aware enough of Adam Sandler's style of comedy to not be too surprised by the crass, base humor that started this film.

His character is a jerk, blessed with his health, a good job and lovely family. He appreciates very little of it, and is a workaholic determined to make partner at his firm. In a quest to make life easier, he goes to Bed, Bath, and Beyond to get a new universal remote, which is given to him by Christopher Walken. (Does a character name really matter here? Of course not, it's Walken.) While the crassness continues - there's a recurring theme of the dog in lust with a stuffed duck throughout the movie - it slowly turns to realizing how he fast forwards through the important parts of his life. We all do, to some degree, we just don't have Christopher Walken to blame for it.

If the original of It's A Wonderful Life is too saccharine sweet and old fashioned for you, this movie with the same idea but more modern in both setting and behavior may appeal. I put it on to play in the background while doing chores and was surprised how good it turned out to be. With supporting actors like The Hoff, Sean Astin, Rob Schneider, and more, it's more entertaining and has more heart than I expected. Plus dog humping jokes.
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joel wingReviewed in the United States on April 22, 2021
3.0 out of 5 starsSandler realizes what he's missing in life
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Adam Sandler plays the middle class everyman in Click. He’s overworked, doesn’t have enough time for his family and his boss David Hasselhoff is a jerk. It seems like his life is going nowhere when he gets a universal remote that lets him control everything from people to his dog. He can fast forward things, turn down the volume, etc. It’s like his dreams have come true. It’s an obvious comedy but it also borrows elements of A Christmas Carol and It’s A Wonderful Life. Sandler goes through the past and future and sees what he’s missing. He also gets to lay down his usual wisecracks for laughs. The best part is how he makes fun of the neighbor’s kid who is always bragging about the latest thing his parents bought him. It’s one of Sandler’s better movies.
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AReviewed in the United States on May 15, 2021
5.0 out of 5 starsGreat message
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Loved the message in the movie. Seen as a kid and now 28 years later I understand it even more older than younger. Family I knew came first and now its just deeper though as you age and have experienced life more vs just as a kid and teen. Its a lot more intense and harder as an adult. I love how he showed how fast time can go when we cant control it and he made him feel how it felt both on being a workaholics and also what can be lost due to it. It just showed that money, promotions and a job should always come 2nd. The biggest message I also loved was that you cant get back time especially with the ones you love, but your job will always be there. Or any job will always be there but not people nor even himself. Love and very funny movie too. I mean what can you expect its adam sand.......the funny guy like kevin hart or etc other great comedy actors and actress's! I love how the movie had just enough funny moments and sad ones. It was both just enough you know. I was laughing, then tearing up and just following all the movie messages which I love to do in all movies like this. I see why he is a top actor and all his movies he is in are just too funny! He was def born t be funny and a star! Tbh.
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GabyReviewed in the United States on December 3, 2020
1.0 out of 5 starsJunk! Horrible movie with worse “acting”!
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Only my 8 year old boy can tolerate this insufferable “actor” and his “movies”. Another 90 minutes of my life wasted. Amazon keeps deleting my honest-negative reviews. Beware!
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ManiacalSparkReviewed in the United States on July 9, 2020
3.0 out of 5 starsDecent enough.
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Click is probably Adam Sandler's last good film to hit Hollywood. It's a morality tale about spending and appreciating family with the use of a powerful reality altering device, but it's a decent enough movie. It really all boils down to how much you like Sandler's style of humor. Honestly I feel like more could have been done with the premise but overall it's a okay movie.
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D.M.Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2021
2.0 out of 5 starsLow levels of sound ???
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The DVD arrived as advertised clean unblemished...New. What I didnt like was the sound quality...I had my sound bar turned up ALL the way and it was still very low in sound? I also purchased "Light at the edge of the world" @ the same time (both blu-ray) and the same thing very very low volume Cant really say it was th blu-ray dvd`s fault or my older blu-ray player pr the sound bar ??? But I dont have the sound level issues with SD dvd`s or other blu rays..On the contrary my blu-ray of 'War Horse" is too loud the way the movie is pretty funny !
A. BauschReviewed in the United States on May 7, 2021
1.0 out of 5 starsWaste of Production Money
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This film is in poor taste and a total waste of a viewer's time, what to speak of the producer's time. Sorry, Adam. I liked you in SNL, but your over acting is not entertaining, it is annoying.
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