Romance • R • 2002 • 1 hr 36 min
Satire to the romantic films. I hate Adam Sandler but he did good here. Very different very good. So uncomfy, but that’s what makes it great
My favorite movie of all time. The music, the cinematography, the writing, the acting... incredible.
One of Adam Sandler’s best performances. A short but very provocative film. A little gem by P.T. Anderson.
Every few years, Adam Sandler puts on a blue suit and makes movie magic.
A little slow but funny and some good ideas explored. A little disappointed by the end.
I’m so stressed out! Some really creative shots and fun performances make it a classic pta trip
Never before has my stress level been so high and my heart so full watching a movie. Adam Sandler at his most vulnerable and honest.
It's bright and colorful, yet feels so tense. A strange and masterful style that's just gripping to watch.
Al final siempre irán un paso adelante, ellas eligen, ingenuos aquellos que se creen superiores. Bonita ejemplificación de PT Anderson.
Very different amazing role for Adam Sandler
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