Click is an unusual movie starring Adam Sandler as a man who doesn't have enough time in the day to get everything done. One day, when he can't stand having a ton of different remote controls, he heads to Bed Bath and Beyond to purchase a "universal remote control". In a back room, he meets Christopher Walken, who gives him a remote sure to help him take control of his life. When Sandler realizes the remote controls not his appliances but his life, and he is able to pause and fast forward through life events, things happen that he doesn't intend to.
I think this is a really good and interesting movie. I saw it when it came out in the theatre and then liked it enough to purchase it on dvd. It is a subject that many of us may have thought about but that movies haven't really covered. While Sandler strays from his early days of silly comedy, there are still some points of the movie that are funny. But I did find several parts of the film to be very emotional and sad. I recommend this movie to someone who wants to see something a little different. It's a very good movie.