I finally got to rent and watch “Click“, featuring Adam Sandler, Kate Beckingsale and Christopher Walken.

“Click” tells the story of a workaholic architect who gets hold of a universal remote that allows him to fast-forward and rewind to different parts of his life. Complications arise when the remote starts to overrule his choices wrecking havoc to his life.

I saw the trailer for this before its release and it looked really cool, then it came out and was met with mixed reviews, some positive and some not so, but me being an Adam Sandler fan, I kept looking forward to seeing the movie, and I didn’t regret it.

The movie starts off like a regular Adam Sandler movie, with the same type of comedy and humor, but then it gets a bit more serious, although it hangs on to its comedic nature, to pass a message that is a very simple yet important one, which is that family must always come first.

That message rang a big bell for me, especially now with the birth of my son and my own realization of the even bigger importance of family.

Personally, I really enjoyed this movie. It’s a light comedy with a message, and with the kind of laughs only an Adam Sandler movie can deliver. So yeah, I recommend watching it.

My score for this movie would be: 7/10.

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