Jack and Jill
Comedy • PG • 2011 • 1 hr 31 min
So silly and funny ! Watch it with your family - it's a nice way to introduce Sandler's comedy skills to your children, they'll love it.
typical Adam Sandler movie, funny with some sweet moments
I don’t get the hate. It’s an incredible film and it truly shows what acting talent Adam Sandler has
one time watch it’s ok but after that just leave it in the store
Absolutely one of the worst movies ever created. Not a single redeeming quality to be found in this movie. Abysmal. 0/10
What were they thinking when they made this, Nothing was good about this at all.
An uncontested contender for worst major studio release of all time.
You know what worse than one Adam Sandler character? TWO!! there is a reason this movie has 0% on Rotten Tomatoes, you've been warned
This has to be the worst Adam Sandler movie. You would think it’s a joke!!!
Watched this with friends for a bad movie night. There was no banter, there was no joking. We watched in stunned silence and then went home.
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