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Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Very predictable and not particularly funny
Ashley Beacom 6 years ago
Not one of Sandler's best but not a bad watch
Lachie Munro 6 years ago
What you are expecting from Sandler, with some undesired darkness towards the end.
JustinMFnTime almost 7 years ago
Its okay. fun flick
Monica Bergen 7 years ago
I cry like a baby no matter how many times I watch it.
Henke over 7 years ago
Sandlers movies gets worse and worse..
Frederik Værum Olesen over 7 years ago
Really funny, but first time i see Adam Sandler carrying a really good story
Ryan Jewell over 7 years ago
Adam Sandler post Big Daddy... Need I say more?
Emmet O Sullivan over 7 years ago
As someone who doesn't like Adan Sandler at all, I found this pretty decent
Nate McBean almost 8 years ago
Adam Sandler = meh.. he will be in any movie no matter how crappy. This is alright.
Bogdan Michitele almost 8 years ago
With low expectations and the need for simple, somewhat funny jokes, this movie is good.
Kakra almost 8 years ago
Petar Mate 8 years ago
Not so bad, for me...
Dylan Clites 8 years ago
It gets a bad rep, but Click is far from Sandler's worst movie. Pretty decent story too.
Jesse Smith 8 years ago
Adam Sandler makes fart jokes. That should speak volumes.
Jenny Forsyth 6 months ago
Marc Hyde 9 months ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Brian Kuepper almost 2 years ago
Joao Ant almost 2 years ago
In Columbia Pictures/Revolution Studios’ comedy Click, Adam Sandler portrays Michael Newman, a family man whose busy career as an architect doesn’t leave much time for his wife, Donna (Kate Beckinsale), and two kids. Unable to figure out which of his many remotes turns on the television, he goes shopping for a universal remote and finds the perfect device through Morty (Christopher Walken), who gives him a one-of-a-kind remote with magical powers. With each click, Michael is able to control his career and personal life. But complications arise when the remote starts to overrule his choices.  Click also stars David Hasselhoff as Michael’s boss, Henry Winkler and Julie Kavner as his parents and Sean Astin.
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