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Aaron Jones over 3 years ago
Excellent acting from all, and beautifully composed by PTA as usual.
Rachel Marshall over 3 years ago
Very uncomfortable viewing. It bothered me how his mental health issues went unaddressed!
Jesse Beatson 5 years ago
The power of love!
Lisa B 6 years ago
A reasonable film with excellent performances.
Mario Schievenini 7 years ago
Fine erformance by Adam Sandler. Not that great but still has something that atractts.
Kosala Liyanage 7 years ago
When I saw this, I was like, "Wow! Adam Sandler can actually act!" Great movie!
Austin 7 years ago
A terrific film, capturing the life of one Adam Sandler.
Diana Riashko over 7 years ago
Freaks deserve love too. Found the background noise/music quite annoying sometimes.
Lee Anderson over 7 years ago
Beautiful film. Could have done without the language. A Sandler movie I actually enjoyed!
emilio murillo almost 8 years ago
Nothing like PTA's usual work. Found it too briskly stressful to really enjoy it, though.
Professional Moron almost 8 years ago
It's epic, frankly. An amazing Adam Sandler film! Clearly a one off.
Robyn Hamilton almost 8 years ago
If you can accept the film's weird logic I guess it'd be good. I just didn't get it.
Michael Cole 8 years ago
Okay story, full of mostly awkward moments
Dani Rolli almost 9 years ago
Adam Sandler's counterpart to Jim Carry's Truman Show: Surprisingly clever & beautiful.
Jenny Forsyth 7 months ago
Davide MrBlonde over 1 year ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
LANX 2 years ago
Punch-Drunk Love is a 2002 romantic comedy-drama written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, starring Adam Sandler and Emily Watson. Philip Seymour Hoffman and Luis Guzmán also appear. After the release of his previous film, Magnolia, Anderson stated that he would like to work with Adam Sandler in the future and that he was determined to make his next film 90 minutes long. Sandler won positive reviews for his role in his first major departure from the broader comedies that had made him a star. Roger Ebert wrote in the Chicago Sun-Times that "Sandler, liberated from the constraints of formula, reveals unexpected depths as an actor. Watching this film, you can imagine him in Dennis Hopper roles. He has darkness, obsession and power." He won Best Actor at the Gijón International Film Festival and received a Golden Globe nomination. The film was produced by Revolution Studios and New Line Cinema, and distributed by Columbia Pictures; it features the video artwork of Jeremy Blake in the...
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