I want to see what else is in the beyond section of bed bath and beyond
I saw this movie as a kid thinking it was just another comedy only to realize how messed up it was.
That movie is so dark throughout (until the end) that it feels like a studio came in and told them to change the ending. I wonder if, as originally conceived, it ended with him dying alone.
Now I'm kind of dissapointed it wasn't.
Me and my dad went to see Click in theatres excited to see a raunchy Adam Sandler comedy and both left in tears. It was an odd and unexpected beautiful moment. What a wild ride that movie was..
Anyone else think that click and big daddy are actually both legitimately good movies and wonder why Adam Sandler hasn’t spent more effort in these sorts of roles or even going more serious? I think he has it in him but he “wastes it” (maybe it’s not a waste if he’s having fun and making money?) on immature comedies
Kind of reminds me of seeing Jim Carey in Truman, the majestic, and eternal sunshine.
Edit: eternal sunshine could also totally be a black mirror episode
His wife in that movie played a major part of my sexual awakening.
Edit: That tight... rockin [body](http://i.ytimg.com/vi/uebcJ8fFOlg/maxresdefault.jpg)
Click changed my life.
That movie scared the bejeezus out of me when I watched it in my mid twenties. I’d just come out of a depression that had derailed my life (dropped out of a maths degree at Oxford University, isolated myself from most of my friends, put on 50% of my body weight in 18 months), and I was settling into a pattern which, while not destructive, wasn’t pushing me forward.
I was coasting, and Click put the fear of fucking God into me.
A couple of years later I mustered up the courage to quit the temping/casual filmmaking I had been pursuing, and began a five-year slog to upgrade my employability from school leaver with no specific area of expertise or experience to becoming a chartered accountant. I am now happily married, in a job I love, and my future looks pretty rosy.
Looking back, when I saw the film over a decade ago, it was a huge turning point for me.
I never thought I would say this, but Adam Sandler inspired me to change my life.