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Old 07-13-2006, 04:25 PM   #121
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Well, from the sound of things, it seems to be much more of a "sit on your couch and watch it several times" type of movie. Very character/dialog driven, but I really want to see it in theaters, if only because this summer is looking pretty dry as far as movies go.
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Adam Sandler is growing up! At least a littl e bit. I loved him in Spanglish because he finally tucked "frat boy" away. And he really did in this movie too, save for a few childish scenes.

But that's the entire comedy aspect to it. I'll admit I had to hold back tears near the end. Great movie and probably the only Adam Sandler movie (well...besides Big Daddy because that little boy is so gosh darn cute!) I'd ever buy.
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Well, from the sound of things, it seems to be much more of a "sit on your couch and watch it several times" type of movie. Very character/dialog driven, but I really want to see it in theaters, if only because this summer is looking pretty dry as far as movies go.
Hmm, the one reason I want to see it in theaters is because of the insane animation, and to support the theater.
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The only thing I enjoyed about Click was the ending, but I guess that's just because I'm not a fan of Adam Sandler. I really haven't liked any of his movies. Still, I enjoyed the message behind Click. I normally don't like those "and the moral of the story is:" kind of movies, so that's saying something.
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"Click" was like a modern day "It's a Wonderful Life"

I wonder what Jimmy Stewart-esque flick the Sandman will do after "Click" and "Mr. Deeds"
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The only thing I enjoyed about Click was the ending, but I guess that's just because I'm not a fan of Adam Sandler. I really haven't liked any of his movies. Still, I enjoyed the message behind Click. I normally don't like those "and the moral of the story is:" kind of movies, so that's saying something.
Adam's adult son was hot.

Edit: ...he's Dustin Hoffman's son. Should I be worried?

He was in Arrested Development too.
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Adam's adult son was hot.
I forgot about him.

The only thing I enjoyed about Click was the ending and Adam Sandler's character's adult son.
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He was in Arrested Development too.
Who'd he play?

The go-fer that had a crush on Maeby?

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^ Haha, no. Not that guy. Hoffman's son had like a 30 second cameo on AD in season 2. He played the reader that Maeby got to write a report on The Old Man And The Sea. Blink and you'll miss him.

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8/10

I'll admit I had to hold back tears near the end.
Did the remote run out of batteries?
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Did the remote run out of batteries?
Ur such a jerk!!1!!!!!11!!!
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^ Haha, no. Not that guy. Hoffman's son had like a 30 second cameo on AD in season 2. He played the reader that Maeby got to write a report on The Old Man And The Sea. Blink and you'll miss him.
Ohhh, gotcha

All of this Hoffman talk makes me wants to watch "The Graduate".
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You,Me,and Dupree- 10/10

This has got to be one of the funniest movies ever! Whoever did the casting did a good job. Owen Wilson was just as funny as he ever is. The ending caught me off guard and actually had me crying. Would go and see this movie again in a heartbeat
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest

Definitely the Pirates series' "Empire Strikes Back", I really loved this movie. My only gripes were the length and dialogue. The movie could've been 15-30 minutes shorter and some of the dialogue was very hard to understand with the accents and such. Or maybe it's because I'm unconsciencely a racist?

The best movie of the summer until "Snakes on a Plane".

8/10
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I had great expectations from this movie...I am a big fan of Pixar.
However...this movie's story line was very predictable, even for a "kids" movie. Don't get me wrong, my kids loved it, but in comparison to all the other excellent movies they have created, this would be bottom of the barrel.

6/10

(The short before the movie was great)
I saw this movie too. The plot of the movie was just like that Michael J. Fox movie "Doc Hollywood"
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