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Movie Review: Click

On Saturday Tracy and I went to see Click, the new movie from Adam Sandler. This new take on It’s a Wonderful Life has quite a few different twists, including some typical Sandler-isms. Due to reoccuring themes of a rather disgusting nature (sure, it might’ve been funny the first or even second time) and language, I wouldn’t call this a decent family movie.
Adam Sandler plays Michael Newman who receives a special remote from Morty, played by the oddly wonderful Christopher Walken. He over-uses the remote and it starts automatically fast forwarding through his life till he’s lost everything important in his life, while having retained his job and even advancing. Work came first, and this is a grim – yet funny – reminder of what’s truly important. He also lost the beautiful Kate Beckinsale due to reasons I won’t give away, but will mention that it’s a side effect of the remote.
So, while we did find this movie funny and otherwise entertaining, I don’t think it’s a movie for children, especially young children that are just looking for another example and excuse to swear.
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