Click (2006)

Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Romance

Film Review

Click picture
Click is an American romantic film drama first released in 2006, directed by Frank Coraci. The film was scored by Rupert Gregson-Williams. It stars Adam Sandler, Kate Beckinsale, Christopher Walken, David Hasselhoff and Henry Winkler.   It is a color film and runs to 1 hour and 47 minutes.  

Our overall rating for Click is: good - passable entertainment.

Other memorable films that have been directed by Frank Coraci include: The Waterboy (1998), The Wedding Singer (1998), Around the World in 80 Days (2004) and Zookeeper (2011). The actor Adam Sandler has also appeared in: Spanglish (2004), The Longest Yard (2005), Bedtime Stories (2008) and Just Go with It (2011).

Other comedy/drama/fantasy/romance films from USA that are recommended viewing include: Henry Koster's The Bishop's Wife (1947), Josef von Sternberg's The Devil Is a Woman (1935), Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands (1990), Ernst Lubitsch's Heaven Can Wait (1943) and Frank Capra's It's a Wonderful Life (1946).


Click was nominated for 1 Academy Award in the category of: Best Achievement in Makeup (Kazuhiro Tsuji, Bill Corso) [2007].

Film Credits

  • Director: Frank Coraci
  • Script: Frank Coraci
  • Music: Rupert Gregson-Williams
  • Cast: Adam Sandler (Michael Newman), Kate Beckinsale (Donna Newman), Christopher Walken (Morty), David Hasselhoff (Ammer), Henry Winkler (Ted Newman), Julie Kavner (Trudy Newman), Sean Astin (Bill), Joseph Castanon (Ben Newman at 7 Years Old), Jonah Hill (Ben Newman at 17 Years Old), Jake Hoffman (Ben Newman at 22-30 Years Old), Tatum McCann (Samantha Newman at 5 Years Old), Lorraine Nicholson (Samantha Newman at 14 Years Old), Katie Cassidy (Samantha Newman at 27 Years Old), Cameron Monaghan (Kevin O'Doyle), Jennifer Coolidge (Janine), Rachel Dratch (Alice), Sophie Monk (Stacy), Michelle Lombardo (Linda), Jana Kramer (Julie Newman), Nick Swardson (Bed, Bath Beyond Guy), Sidney Ganis (Dr. Bergman), Michael Yama (Watsuhita Head Executive), Mio Takada (Watsuhita Executive), Eiji Inoue (Watsuhita Executive), Toshi Toda (Watsuhita Executive), George K. Eguchi (Ancient Executive), Katheryn Cain (Kirsten), Frank Coraci (Male Nurse), Tim Herlihy (Doctor), Ireesha (Jogger), Emilio Cast (Michael at 10 Years Old), Willy Goldstein (Lakeside Camp Boy), Lily Mo Sheen (Lakeside Camp Girl), Carolyn Hennesy (Kathy O'Doyle), Elena Patten (Samantha's Friend), Cheyenne Alexis Dean (Samantha's Friend), Elliott Cho (Ping Woo), Alan Au (Ping Woo's Father), Ryan Keiser (Firecracker Teen), Christopher Gutierrez (Firecracker Teen), Nickole Reyes (Firecracker Teen), Brianna Davis (Firecracker Teen), Robert Jones (Firecracker Teen), Jenae Altschwager (Judy), Manish Goyal (Habeeboo Entourage), Marco Khan (Habeeboo Entourage), Ahmad Jordan (Habeeboo Entourage), Nick Hodaly (Habeeboo Entourage), Alireza Tanbakoochi (Habeeboo Entourage), John Pagano (Band Leader), Dolores O'Riordan (Singer), Sally Insul (Aunt Peggy), Theresa Barrera (Susie), Abra Chouinard (Hot Employee), Terry Crews (Singing Driver), Elizabeth DeCicco (Hot Assistant), Freddie DeGrate (Segue Guy), Howard Fong (Ping Woo's Grandfather), Betsy Hammer (Singer), Dalon Huntington (Vendor), Jen Johnson (Bikini Girl), James Earl Jones (Narrator of Michael's Past), Traycee King (Bar Patron), Mark Mahoney (Waiter), Shane Ralston (Parking Attendant), Jason Sandler (Best Man), Rob Schneider (Prince Habeeboo), Billy Slaughter (Newman Employee), Alexandra Sullivan (Supermodel), Lowe Taylor (Young Mother), Celeste Thorson (Punk Chick), Svetlana Titova (Wedding Guest), C. Michelle Woods (Ex-Girlfriend)
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English / Portuguese / Japanese
  • Support: Color
  • Runtime: 107 min

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