Click on DVD is a movie from 2006 starring Adam Sandler as an architecht for a large firm headed by a boss (played by David Hasselhoff) who works his employees very hard. Sandler loves his family, but wants to get them everything they want as well, and he feels that the way to do this is to work as hard as his boss wants him to, and consequentaly is missing important events in his childrens' lives and is working his way to an early demise. He then runs into Christopher Walken, a guy who works at the "Beyond" section of the local Bed, Bath and Beyond, who gives him a remote control to make his life fast forward through the bad parts. I really enjoyed this movie when it came out in the theatre, and I bought it when it came out on DVD and have watched it a few times since buying it the day it came out. The disk is full of special features including making of documenaries and deleted and extended scenes. The movie is fun for all ages, even though there are some sad parts.