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Jack and Jill (Blu-ray + UV Copy) 
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Jack Sadelstein (Adam Sandler), a successful advertising executive in Los Angeles with a beautiful wife (Katie Holmes) and kids, dreads one event each year: the holiday visit of his identical twin sister Jill (also Adam Sandler). Jill’s neediness and passive-aggressiveness drive Jack crazy and turn his normally tranquil life upside down. Things spin even more out of control for Jack when Jill decides to extend her visit--and he starts panicking that she’ll never leave.
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Adam Sandler in drag: this is the gist of Jack and Jill, and Sandler doesn't skimp on the premise. He plays two roles, in fact: Jack is a successful L.A. TV producer, family man, and vaguely unpleasant shill for advertising clients. Jill is his sister, in town from the Bronx for a holiday visit. Obnoxious and passive-aggressive, she is also a lethal impersonation on Sandler's part, a wickedly exact send-up of the relative who never seems to get the hint. (One early dinner-table scene, where Jill refuses to acknowledge that the Christmas movie with Jimmy Stewart and the angel might in fact be It's a Wonderful Life, is a fine study in cluelessness.) Critics lambasted the film, emphasising the ruthless physical humour and the gastrointestinal jokes, and to be sure, this is not Noel Coward territory (or even Moe Howard territory) we're in here. But the movie does have some surreal gags, and a large supporting role for Al Pacino, as himself (Jack is trying to convince Pacino to be a pitchman for a donut commercial). Pacino proves to be an awfully good sport about the whole thing, especially when his role requires him to fall for Jill in a variety of cockamamie ways. It may be more a series of sketches than an actual movie, but Jack and Jill does showcase Sandler's gift for outrageous impersonation--although admittedly, you'll probably have to be a die-hard Sandlerite to go the distance here. --Robert Horton
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The other thing I should point out is that my `review' is only based on the first half an hour. That was all I could stand. I'm sorry. I hope I'm not doing this film a massive disservice by not watching it in its entirety. Perhaps it really picked up and I missed some real comic gold. However, from the opening act, I really don't think so.
Adam Sadler plays two roles - twins Jack and his `identical' sister Jill. Jill comes to stay with his family and `hilarity' results. Unfortunately, Jill is the most annoying character ever to grace cinema screens. I know what you're thinking - you're thinking that you've seen the Phantom Menace and that no one can top Jar Jar Binks. Wrong! Seriously, it's like Jar Jar has had a baby with Ruby Rhod from the Fifth Element and produced Jill. All she does is shriek on and on, in between generally being rude and stupid and insensitive towards anyone who is unlucky enough to get near her.
Now, I have nothing against annoying characters in films. If a character is annoying then that's part of who they are. My problem with Jack and Jill is how other characters deal with them. If we meet someone annoying, we stay well clear. However, in this film everyone extends her too much courtesy to make it believable. Yes, I know she's family, but even so, you wouldn't let her anywhere near you if you know what she's like.Read more ›
What is wrong with him? Why? This man must be stopped! For God and all that is righteous and holy, this man must be stopped.
The film is funny, pretty much. It's a lot more for younger audiences than I realised so bear that in mind if thinking of buying it.
The humor is pretty basic, but is funny with some laugh out loud moments.
Overall I'd say it's good but not as good as expected. it's just your average comedy really, really I would have expected more from Adam sandler
ps Amazon, any chance of offering raspberries from one to five alongside the stars, as giving this film a star is way too generous.
After sitting through half of the film we both actually felt embarrassed watching him dressed in drag as his sister. The whole thing was cringeworthy and irritable to the point of us turning it off. If you can imagine him speaking in a higher voice and just 'screaching' in some bits you might just understand what I mean.
We did eventually get round to watching the remainder of the film (wish we hadn't bothered) - out of curiosity alone - and it got no better!
This is a serious turkey and is one of the worst movies I've ever sat through. What Pacino had in mind when he signed up to play a part in this is totally beyond my comprehension.
I've given this movie one star - for one reason - because Amazon doesn't allow a zero!
Avoid at all costs - this really is terrible.
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This film is awful , I saw it in a pre owned shop and couldn't believe the low price ,now I know why. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B
Adam sandler dressed as a woman - very funny and was also surprised to see some top notch actors making appearances.
The whole family enjoyed