The last movie I watched was Click , starring Adam Sandler. I have seen it three times and each time I absolutely love it more. I think Adam Sandler is a really good actor and he has, in the past, made me laugh a lot. I loved seeing him in a movie where he not only makes me laugh, but brings out other emotions. I did cry a lot, surprisingly, and that happened at all three times I watched it.
The movie has a good moral. The movie did a great job showing us how we usually take time for the wrong things in life and, most of all, that things in the end do not have much weight in the balance.
In this movie, Adam Sandler is Michael ..., father of 2. He works long hours and hopes for a promotion that does not come fast enough. After working hard for a project he thought would bring him a promotion, he then learns that he must work much harder for it. He is forced to cancel a camping trip with his children.
On a very emotional night, he storms out of the house in search of a universal remote that would make his life much easier. He was tired of always choosing the wrong remote to use for the tv, garage door, or lights. Then he finds himself in front of the large shop "Bed, Bath and Beyond" and is introduced to Morty, a salesman who gives him a magical universal remote made just for him.
He then learns that this remote could make things easier for him and can be used to deal with real life issues. At this point, he starts using the remote to delete and fast forward events such as showering, arguing, being kept in the traffic and working hard trying to get his promotion. At first, he thought that this fast forwarding would last only for a little while and would bring him closer to his work goal of being a partner in the firm. He then realises that his boss plans to wait a long time before finally giving him this promotion and, meanwhile, he is missing much in his life. Most of all, the remote starts on its own to auto fast forward the same events that Michael fast forwarded once. Each time he was fast forwarding, he became like on autopilot, bringing him further forward in life and less in the present. The moviegoer gets to see what Michael plans to do to get himself through his life that he does not like very much.
I really liked that movie because of its good message. I appreciated that I got to laugh a lot and then cry a lot during the same movie. I would even give a good high-five to Adam Standler for his great performance.
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