Click (12)

ADAM Sandler s latest incarnation, this time as a workaholic architect who discovers a remote control which works on everyday life, is a bit of a disappointment for diehard fans. In many ways similar to the superior Bruce Almighty, Click lacks those real

ADAM Sandler's latest incarnation, this time as a workaholic architect who discovers a remote control which works on everyday life, is a bit of a disappointment for diehard fans.

In many ways similar to the superior Bruce Almighty, Click lacks those really laugh out loud gags usually association with Sandler's OTT performances.

Not since Big Daddy in 1999 has he hit those highs, though 2002's Punch-Drunk Love was entertaining in a different way.

It is enjoyable, but just not a must-see. 2/5

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