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Plot: Mild-mannered timid businessman Dave Buznik works for a pet clothing company out of New York City. He's got an abrasive boss named Mr. Frank Head who frequently takes credit for his work and steps on him in return. He's got a loving girlfriend, Linda, whose best friend is her condescending college… Runtime: 106 min Release Date: 11 Apr 2003
Finally an Adam Sandler movie for the rest of us. (by Taur)
This is the best Adam Sandler movie I have ever seen. I am no longer a teenager so I generally avoid Sandler's movies like the plague. Beside a couple of Penis-envy jokes this movie is actually a joy to watch in mixed company.Well worth your time.If this is some of Jack Nicholson rubbing of on Sandler I look forward to Sandler's next movie.Nicholson is completely over the top with his role. Rating 8/10 for a comedy. 10/10 for a Sandler comedy.
Nicholson, Sandler, what a pair! (by comwhiz2002)
This movie is purely wonderful slapstick. Jack Nicholson as the quirky anger management therapist Dr. Buddy Rydell and Adam Sandler as patient Dave Buznik. It's amazing to see how insane yet practical Rydell's Nicholson methods are. A great movie to see if you're a Nicholson and/or Sandler fan.
didn´t expect much (by asbury26)
no, i really didn´t expect much, because of what i had read, and because i am not much of an adam sandler fan. however, i´m faithful to jack and see whatever he's done on film. and god, did i enjoy myself. i went to the cinema with my boyfriend and a friend of ours and all three were laughing on end. so did the couple next to us and the guys behind us. ok, i´m not saying that this was the best film ever, but given the circumstances, saturday night out after a week of work including all saturday , this was just the film that made us happy. and we´ve been talking about some scenes for <more>
2 days now. in fact, we´ve decided to buy the video once it´s out,because this will be just one of the feel-good movies one likes to see every once in a while. jack is great in what he does, and every bit of what makes jack nicholson is in this picture, sandler is good as well, as is marissa tomey sp? . fans of one of these actors will be deligthed, others maybe not, but hey, it's comedy!
This is a funny movie. When my husband and I went to see it in the theater we were actually laughing out loud. And it was not just us, it was everybody in the theater. Someone looking for a deep and meaningful plot will not find what they are looking for, however it is one of the best plots of all the Adam Sandler movies. It would also not be for anyone who would easily get offended by off-color jokes. Jack Nicholson is hilarious as the Anger Management therapist. He has some of the funniest parts in the whole movie. Adam Sandler is not to shabby himself as the not angry guy learning to be <more>
angry through a series of seemingly unfortunate and random events. If you are an Adam Sandler fan or a fan of the screw ball comedy, you will love this movie.
One of the funniest movies i have ever seen (by FightingIrish784)
I thought Anger Management was hilarious. The star of the movie is Jack Nicholson. He is unbelievably funny. Although the spotlight is on Adam Sandler, Jack Nickolson is the real star. He makes the movie truly hilarious. Sandler is also good, and though he's most known only for Happy Gilmore and Billy Madison, Sandler was also hilarious in this movie. He is more laid back, and a lot less goofy than in some of his earlier comedies. While Nickolson steals most of the spotlight as far as funny lines, Sandler is actually the more serious character in this movie. The "monk scene" is <more>
one of the funniest scenes in a movie that i have ever scene WILDEBEST!!! The movie is full of laugh out loud jokes, and is, in my opinion, Adam Sandler's best work yet.
I've just got back from Anger Management and I'm buzzing. I've read the comments and some reviews beforehand, and thankfully ignored them. There will probably always be criticism on Adam Sandler's movies, and many people hate them, but I can't help wondering what people are complaining about. Okay, his movies don't rank amongst personal favorites such as Fight Club or Requiem For A Dream, but they are entertaining, funny, reasonably original for feel-good-movies except for the obvious boy gets girl scenario, but hey, even that can be nice from time to time unless <more>
you're a cynic , full of hilarious cameos and supporting roles, and you can see how much fun all the actors have in playing their roles and that they are having a great time doing these movies. And for me that's all I need if I want to have a good night out. Save the classics for when you're in the mood, and watch these movies once in a while so you don't get too serious about it all. And compare it to all the other comedy trash romantic or teen that come out every year and you'll see: in his genre Adam Sandler is in a league of his own. So for all the fans, don't miss out on this one, and for those out there that cannot appreciate it, too bad you don't understand it because you are the ones that are missing the point.
Loved it because of fab Jack. Only the standard ending was disappointing.I felt a serious undertone, best felt in the 'Who are you' sequence but also in the 'I feel pretty' scene in the car on the bridge. This undertone was probably completely missed by those who rated this film very low.So, Jack is 10/10, other actors 7-8/10 and the disappointing standard ending 5/10 add up for me to a score of:8/10Cheers.
mad about you (by lee_eisenberg)
Mostly silly, with Adam Sandler doing his usual goofy stuff, but Jack Nicholson - looking like Orson Welles - gives the movie exactly what it needs. There are some scenes that we expect in an Adam Sandler movie e.g., someone eventually exposes something embarrassing about himself , but other parts really hit you. The whole "I Feel Pretty" sequence was a real surprise. And of course, there's some great lines, especially the "phobe" scene. Also starring Marisa Tomei, Luis Guzman, John Turturro, Woody Harrelson and Rudy Giuliani yes, THAT Rudy Giuliani .So, in <more>
conclusion, I don't feel angry at all after watching this. In fact, I feel pretty. A real hoot.
Let me just say one thing, before I comment on this film: Jack Nicholson is a star. I've heard bad things about his personality, lifestyle, bla bla bla, but, the fact of the matter is no matter what kind of selfish bean he may be he is a remarkably good actor. The way he can put so much life into his character, how he can make you believe this was an actual event, is amazing. He made the terrible "About Schmidt" a watchable barely film. And in his earlier effort, "Anger Managemenet", he plays the most annoying man ever to be put on screen including that utterly <more>
stupid Gilligan but, this time thankfully! to a brain-bustingly hilarious effect. Dave Buznick is played by Adam Sandler, a calm, relaxed, cool man despite his "troublesome" childhood who is, after a roll-on-aisles hilarious scene, given "Anger Managemnt" therapy for 20 hours, with none other than "the" Buddy Rydell. It turns out this two had a past meeting...One great thing about this film, which is rare sort-of in comedies, is the acting. John Tutorro plays the hilarious "Chuck" anger pal to Dave; Allen Covert star in basically all of Adam Sandler's movies plays mr."big-weener" Andrew; Jack Nicholson is the unbelievably annoying Buddy, and John Mackenroe even gets off the Tennis courts to make an appearance as a hilarious client to the "therapy". Some of the most standout funny scenes include a bizarre male-prostitute car-scene, the gut-burstingly funny scene in the plane, and when Buddy and Dave go on a terrible, morally unethical yet damn funny scene in which they kick the crap out of a bunch of Monks. All in all, "Anger Management" is a hilarious, annoying, feel good film that deserves to be watched by all. Overall: **** out of ***** 4 out of 5