ClickBeing a workaholic man, the time that Michael spends on family is extremely meager. One day he accidentally gets a miraculous control. He can stop or pass any moment. When the automatic control can create its own memory through the quick buffet for the period then Michael realizes that he had wasted too much time and had not spent enough time for his family.Keywords:
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Frank CoraciBirthdate: 3 February 1966, Shirley, New York, USA
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Critic Reviews of "Click"
Entertainment WeeklyJuly 05, 2006
Adam Sandler still coasts on American pop culture's peculiar indulgence of boys who won't grow up
Village VoiceJune 27, 2006
It's a farce about loss, and it doesn't flinch.
Ebert & RoeperJune 26, 2006
I think if you're going to have a David Hasselhoff type of character and you're going to have the flatulence type of humor, then just go in that direction. Don't try to put in all this sappy stuff.
Time OutJune 24, 2006
A domestic tragedy masquerading as a frothy frolic.
Salon.comJune 23, 2006
The jokes don't come frequently enough in Click, and aren't all that funny.
ComingSoon.netMarch 18, 2011
Click brings up some very real problems about adult life but it answers them with Hollywood platitudes ... granted, it's about having fun not trying to find solutions to the problems of modern existence, but it still seems a bit disingenuous.
ColeSmithey.comApril 23, 2009
"Click" is a one-trick-pony of a comedy.
Film4May 30, 2008
As a broad family comedy this is perfectly acceptable, but from a sci-fi point of view it's a very pale imitation of the time travel classics it seeks to ape.
Big Picture Big SoundJuly 14, 2007
For all its competing aspirations, the movie just never clicks.
DallasBlack.comApril 09, 2007
Back to the Future? Back to the drawing board!
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