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Ashley Beacom over 4 years ago
A.S and J.N work extremely well together, excellent!
Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
I wasn't angry but saying I am 10 times got me to that breaking point.
Kraig Brachman over 6 years ago
Sandler lost whatever magic he could make by this movie. Not funny, not entertaining.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
Far from a comedic masterpiece, but the Sandler-Nicholson chemistry makes it worthwhile.
Don Lathrop 2 months ago
Monica Goldberg 7 months ago
N B 9 months ago
Sandra Padilla 11 months ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Flo HM over 1 year ago
Michelle Arostegui over 1 year ago
Nathaniel Spencer almost 2 years ago
Jonathan Casey Spencer almost 2 years ago
Anteater almost 2 years ago
Sophia Joy Butler over 2 years ago
Anger Management is a 2003 slapstick comedy film starring Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson, directed by Peter Segal and written by David S. Dorfman. It was produced by Revolution Studios in association with Sandler's production company Happy Madison Productions and was distributed by Columbia Pictures. In 1978, a young Dave Buznik is about to kiss the girl of his dreams, when a local bully, Arnie Shankman, pulls down his pants and underwear, embarrassing him in front of everybody. This leaves Dave with lasting trauma about public affection, as well as repressing his emotions. In the present day, Dave Buznik lives in New York, working as a secretary for Frank, an abusive boss who takes credit for Dave's work. His problems also extend to his private life, much to the concern of his girlfriend Linda. Her ex-boyfriend and best friend Andrew, is in her life constantly, and makes no resistance in being condescending to Dave. While flying to a business meeting, Dave sits next to a man named...
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