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Title: Jack And Jill

Year Of Release: 2011

Review Date: May 31, 2012

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 91 minutes

Box Office Gross: $149,673,788

Site Rating: 1 out of 10 stars

"Jack And Jill" starring Adam Sandler is his usual gross out fare, with crass humor and bodily functions gone disgusting awry. There are no real jokes behind this movie, just cheap shots and juvenile humor. Sandler plays the two lead characters, fraternal twins named, you guess it, Jack and Jill.

Jill the female (I have to write that because it is switch hitting Hollywood) is very immature, clingy and clueless. Jack is more sensible, but incredibly mean to her, for wanting to foster their fraternal bond. I must state, Sandler makes one ugly woman. 

This film contained scenes of domestic violence, which I disliked. It also features Al Pacino in a movie credit he can definitely leave off his resume, as it fall short of his previous work, by mere association with this movie.


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