Click Movie Analysis

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Click, directed by Frank Coraci, was produced in 2006. The main performers are Adam Sandler, Kate Beckinsale, Christopher Walken, Frank Coraci and David Hasselhoff. Click is a story about how everybody should have a balance between time spent at job and time spent with family. Also it shows the importance to prioritize what is most important at any given point in time. Click is set in the city of New York in the early 2000’s most of the time, though it also shows the main character in the past and future without a specific year. The theme about not taking for granted the everyday events and the consequences of not giving your family time is portrayed in an excellent way. Click does this by showing scenes that reflect each of the characters’ emotion and what they are going through. Click has very emotional scenes that are very relatable and in this way it portrays the theme.
The main character is Michael Newman a hardworking father and husband who is always being harassed by his boss Ammer. Ammer makes Newman work day and night nonstop and gives Newman great responsibility but almost no recognition for his hard work. Due to his hardworking attitude
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It classified Click as a movie that delivers a great value and that the movie itself conveys emotional and humorous scenes, this review is written by Mick LaSalle from the SFGATE magazine. LaSalle, Mick. “Fast-Forwarding through life is fun. But it can also give a guy pause.” Rev. of Click, dir. Frank Coraci. SFGATE. Jeffrey M. Johnson, 23 June 2006. Web. 27 June 2016. LaSalle’s review states how the theme of Click is theme many Americans of 21st century can relate to. LaSalle states that in Newman’s case he forwards through time without really being present and enjoying the events that took him to complete his goal. Then LaSalle compares that many of us, without having the remote Newman had, we go through the path to our goal without appreciating all the moments in the
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