Click, starring Adam Sandler, is a harried workaholic-architect who never seems to have time for his wife, (Kate Beckinsale), and his children
Click, starring Adam Sandler, is a harried workaholic-architect who never seems to have time for his wife, (Kate Beckinsale), and his children. To make matters worse, he has to impress his ungrateful boss, (David Hasselhoff), to earn a well-deserved promotion. Then one day he meets Morty, (Christopher Walken), a loopy sales clerk, who gives him a magical remote, which appears to be an answer to his prayers. It appears to fast-forward through life’s little distractions; he just didn’t expect the remote to take over his life as he skips and scans past his family and friends.
Adam Sandler is absolutely funny as Michael Newman as he learns a valuable lesson and the true meaning of what it means to be a family as he faces life without his wife and children as he clicks to skip past the least favorite moment parts of his life. Special effects were used to make Sandler’s character overweight when the character gained weight during the movie. Special effects were used to also age the character as Sandler’s character fast-forwarded through parts of his life.