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    ANTM rules! exxotica's Avatar
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    Click

    Hmm...

    I actually like that movie! I mean, come on, wouldn't it be just amazing to 'pause', 'forward' or go back in time? I wish this remote would actually exist...

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    I actually would like to see it myself.

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    I watched it yesterday and I actually liked it. It had some really funny scenes. Seeing Sean Astin in speedo's was hilarious. I just wish it was more Punch Drunk Love than Big Daddy, but overall an enjoyable film.

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    I loved this film! On the other hand my daughter (15) did not. She thought it was depressing, but I thought it was poignant and thought-provoking. I have a son leaving for college in 2 months, so maybe I'm ripe for its message, but it made me think hard about how much of life is made up of those boring, mundane, frustrating, and painful moments. Bring a tissue! I recognized the grandmother immediately as the actress who does Marge Simpson's voice and my daughter didn't believe me until halfway into the film.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sphere View Post
    Seeing Sean Astin in speedo's was hilarious. I just wish it was more Punch Drunk Love than Big Daddy, but overall an enjoyable film.
    I never saw Punch Drunk Love but I preferred Big Daddy to Click. I thought it was just okay, not great, but certainly not very bad either. It was, as gutmutter says, quite poignant in parts, more so than I thought it would be going in, but it still had the usual funny moments you would expect in an Adam Sandler movie.
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