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  • However, work soon takes control over Adam and he finds the unbalance to hard to handle
  • This remote control can control everything he wanted

    • by Vincz
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      “Click” was starred by Adam Sandler and Kate Beckinsale. The former also starred in “50 1st Dates” and “Spanglish”.

      Personally, this was a classic.

      I have known that Adam Sandler always plays in roles that offers humour as well as that touching concept.

      THis too was found in “Click”.

      The story unfolds


      Adam Sandler as a father of 2, married to Kate Beckinsale.

      However, work soon takes control over Adam and he finds the unbalance to hard to handle.

      Then just as he met this weird scientist who hands him the remote controller which is out of this world.

      This remote control can control ...


      • everything he wanted.

        He soon finds himself ever depending on the remote to get him all he craves for - time.

        However, it becomes obvious that the remote is a smart one and auto pilot and forward Adam’s life as he progress in age.

        He also finds his relationship with his family

        deteriorating without him even realising.

        Finally, he had wasted much of his life and he fully regrets it.

        He ‘died’ while trying to instil in his son the importance to prioritise Family in 1st place.

        In the end, it becomes a dream and that Adam woke up refreshed and learned how to balance up his family life - without the remote.




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