Adam Sandler can't leave the '80s alone, as his latest stinker Click tediously reconfirms. Unfortunately, the weekend's other new releases aren't much better, although unlike the former SNL star's comedy, at least the "urban"-oriented Waist Deep offers some (unintentional) laughs.
American Hardcore (Slant magazine)
For those interested in reading about good movies, take a look below, where my thoughts on the still-in-theaters District B13 as well as Abel Ferrara's last two films can be found. Also keep an eye out for reviews of Al Gore's global warming doc An Inconvenient Truth and Nacho Libre, both of which will hopefully be up in the next few days.
And of course next week, I'll be back with an opinion on Superman Returns, as well as an early look at the summer's other big upcoming pic, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.