Click

@femimi (872)
Indonesia
October 28, 2007 12:03pm CST
Today, I watched 3 film from cable tv. One of them is Click from Adam Sandler. I already watched that film for 3 times, and I still cry when Adam Sandler died in that movie before he woke up and realize that he was in a big 'real' dream of his life. I think this is a fun and really touchy movie from Adam Sandler, and I think I still want to watch it again if the tv still on air the film. And I think I still cry for the 4th and 5th times. LOL
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@hillock (749)
• Qatar
29 Oct 07
me too! i did cry! i really love the movie. honestly i didnt see in cinema because i thought it wasnt great. the title itself isnt that catchy. but then we bought the dvd so since we have one i thought it wouldnt hurt to watch. well i ended up loving it! it would be a shame not to watch it!
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@qradav (154)
• Philippines
29 Oct 07
i just watched this i think saturday on HBO. I have seen it i think around 4times now its a touching film, i was touched by the scene when he was calling himself an idiot for not paying attention to his kids and father
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@wolfie34 (26881)
• United Kingdom
2 Nov 07
I am not a great fan of Mr Sandler, but I still watched this film because it had Christopher Walken in it who I think is great (Mr Zorin from James Bond! A View To A Kill!) it was a good film and I enjoyed the concept and it was funny, especially with the dog and duck LOL! I would recommend it, I probably would watch it again but I think it would be miles better if another actor played the main part. Sorry but I can't stand Sandler!
@femimi (872)
• Indonesia
3 Nov 07
yes.. the dog and the duck parts are funny lol
@raijin (10380)
• Philippines
2 Nov 07
Hbo here has showcased that film the whole week las month, I was lucky enough to watch them. Sometimes, I still catch it up whenever I would look at Hbo. I love the story, I really thought that it was all about comedy. Yet I really got teary-eyed when the character of Adam Sandler is about to die while saying the words to his son, "family comes first" as the story was indeed all about family!;) I also liked the soundtrack, especially when he guested Dolores O'Riordan (Cranberries) who rendered her voice to sing her original song LINGER.