Click (2006)

What If You Had A Universal Remote... That Controlled Your Universe?

Original Title : Click
Director : Frank Coraci
Writer : Steve Koren
Mark O'Keefe
Genre : Comedy
Country : USA
Language : English
Producer : Doug Belgrad , Barry Bernardi , Jack Giarraputo , Tim Herlihy , Aimee Keen , Steve Koren , Tania Landau , Neal H. Moritz , Mark O'Keefe , Adam Sandler
Music : Tomer Biran
Rupert Gregson-Williams
Photography : Dean Semler
Distributor : Sony Pictures Entertainment
MPAA Rating : Rated PG-13 for language, crude and sex-related humor, and some drug references.
IMDB ID : 0389860
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poster for "Click" by Frank Coraci (2006)
Click (2006) - Frank Coraci


¬Adam Sandler Michael Newman
¬Kate Beckinsale Donna Newman
¬Christopher Walken Morty
¬David Hasselhoff Ammer
¬Henry Winkler Ted Newman
¬Julie Kavner Trudy Newman
¬Sean Astin Bill
¬Joseph Castanon Ben Newman - Age 7
¬Jonah Hill Ben Newman - Age 17
¬Jake Hoffman Ben Newman - Age 22-30
¬Tatum McCann Samantha Newman - Age 5
¬Lorraine Nicholson Samantha Newman - Age 14
¬Katie Cassidy Samantha at 22-30 Years-Old
¬Cameron Monaghan Kevin O'Doyle
¬Jennifer Coolidge Janine
¬Rachel Dratch Alice/Alan
¬Sophie Monk Stacy
¬Michelle Lombardo Linda
¬Jana Kramer Julie
¬Nick Swardson Bed, Bath & Beyond Guy
¬Sidney Ganis Dr. Bergman
¬Michael Yama Michael Yama
¬Eiji Inoue Watsuhita Executive
¬Toshi Toda Watsuhita Executive
¬Katheryn Cain Kirsten
¬Frank Coraci Male Nurse
¬John Pagano Band Leader
¬Michael H. Barnett Michael at 10 Years Old
¬Tim Herlihy Doctor
¬Emilio Cast Michael at 10-Years-Old
¬Elliott Cho Ping Woo
¬Willy Goldstein Lakeside Camp Boy
¬Lily Mo Sheen Lakeside Camp Girl
¬Carolyn Hennesy Kathy O&
¬Elena Patten Samantha's Friend
¬Alan Au Ping Woo&
¬Cheyenne Alexis Dean Samantha's Friend
¬Christopher Gutierrez Firecracker Teen
¬Brianna Davis Firecracker Teen
¬Jenae Altschwager Judy
¬Manish Goyal Habeeboo Entourage
¬Marco Khan Habeeboo Entourage
¬Dolores O'Riordan Singer
¬Sally Insul Aunt Peggy
¬Ahmad Jordan Habeeboo Entourage
¬Theresa Barrera Susie
¬Abra Chouinard Hot Employee
¬Terry Crews Hot Assistant
¬George K. Eguchi Ancient Executive
¬Howard Fong Ping Woo's Grandfather
¬Nick Hodaly Prince Habibu Entourage
¬Gary Holm Fat Michael
¬Robert Jones Firecracker Teen
¬Ryan Keiser Firecracker Teen
¬Shane Ralston Parking Attendant
¬Nickole Reyes Firecracker Teen
¬Alireza Tanbakoochi Habeeboo Entourage
¬Svetlana Titova Wedding Guest
¬C. Michelle Woods Ex-girlfriend
¬Alexandra Zhang Woman
¬Dalon Huntington Vendor (uncredited
¬James Earl Jones Narrator of Michael's Past (uncredited
¬Rob Schneider Prince Habeeboo (uncredited
¬Lowe Taylor Young Mom (uncredited
¬Celeste Thorson Punk Chic (uncredited


On the surface, Michael Newman (Adam Sandler) seems to have it all, yet with all the demands forced upon him by his ungrateful boss Ammer (David Hasselhoff), Michael finds that setting aside time to spend with his loving wife, Donna (Kate Beckinsale), and two picture-perfect children, Ben (Joseph Castanon) and Samantha (Tatum McCann), has grown increasingly difficult. When a frustrating bout with the television remote leads the overworked husband and father to a nearby Bed, Bath & Beyond in search of a universal remote with the power to control all of his electronic devices, a curious peek into the back room leads Michael into the company of eccentric employee and talented inventor Morty (Christopher Walken). It seems that Morty has created a device that will not only allow Michael complete control over his television and stereo, but his entire life as well. As Michael discovers that the remarkable device has the power to muffle the barks of the family dog, zoom himself past an irritating quarrel with his wife, and even allow him to travel back and forth through time to different points in his life, the rush of being able to skip straight to the good parts in life soon leaves him feeling as if he's missing out on the total experience. Only when Michael begins to realize that the he has lost control of his life and the remote is now programming him does he finally learn that life is as much about the moments he'd rather forget as it is the moments he will always remember.


Surprisingly touching, 23 June 2006 Author: FilmLover-4 from United States This movie surprised us. We cried. Yes, we cried. The trailer barely tells you what the movie is about. There were some unfunny dumb things having to do with dogs, etc. (no one in the theater laughed much) and some cheeseball stuff, but the emotional core of the movie delivers a wallop that is unexpected. Along the lines of a sort of combination of "Family Man" and "It',s a Wonderful Life" -- more "Family Man" -- this movie didn',t just bring tears to eyes, it makes you cry. Because of that, I liked it and give it a thumbs up. The annoying stuff is a relatively small price to pay for the lessons the core stuff teaches. Lastly, Kate Beckinsdale (the epitome of domestic beauty in this movie) is absolutely a dream and the actress that played her grown daughter had eyes that matched -- well done. Enough said.
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