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Click: Fast Forward is an edit that aims to fast forward through all the “Sanderisms” that plague Adam Sandler’s films and subsequently this one. Eleven minutes of bad and unfunny jokes, writing, acting has been cut from the film, presenting a more focused story with real heart and stakes.
- Cllick:: Original Soundtrack by Rupert Gregson-Williams (2006)
- Linger - The Cranberries (1993)
- Hold the Line - Toto (1978)
- cut the itchy ear gag from Prince Hubeeboo
- cut kid crying "Is he really my dad" after Michael jokingly says he might be
- cut the same kid crying that "I hate that man" as Michael chases the teenagers
- cut scene one of Sandler's regulars, Nick Swardson as the Bed, Bath and Beyond Guy. His jokes seem like dumb improv and aren't funny in the slightest
- cut "it looks bigger from the outside, just kidding" No time loss here, just score replacement
- cut "twinkies, you don't need it man, you do need a yodel though" in order to reduce some of the product placement. I'm suprised he didn't drink pepto-bismol instead of cough sryup for an extra paycheck
- cut "I guess when you combine mass quanities of cough syrup and yodels, you get acid" Michael is now just perplexed by the remote and not quipping
- cut half of the "ooh ooh" gag with Janeen. Wish I could cut the whole thing, but I can't
- cut dance thing with Morty and Michael. Seems like an unfunny outtake that became an intake
- cut "don't ask for the bathroom" assistant joke #2
- cut Michael talking with his parents about his dick size and him offering for them to suck it
- cut the slo-mo jogger. This was a gag I had a long, hard time thinking about cutting.
- cut the entire scene with him changing his hue in his car and doing voices, just have him get an orange tan
- cut the Watsuhita businessmen chest bump during the meeting
- cut most of Michael's commentary during his first kiss, have it simply be the song and occasional comments. I'd cut all of it if I could.
- cut Michael farting in Ammer's face
- cut Michael's new PA talking about the old PA becoming a transgender
- cut Peanut joining in during Donna and Michael's speed sex. No loss of time here, just looped him going down on her and replaced the score to cover the dog yelping
- cut Michael playing with his fat belly and man boobs when he wakes up in 2017
- cut the radio news voiceover about Britney Spear's 23rd child and Michael Jackson's clone molesting the real MJ. These jokes were dated as soon as you walked out of the cinema
- cut the shot of Michael driving up to the house in half from 22 seconds to 11 so that there is less dead space after the previous cut
- cut Michael asking his 14 year old daughter about her boobs
- cut Michael continually playing with his belly tongue and Donna getting angry for that, she now simply gets frustrated at him for refusing to accept the fact that he was a terrible father and husband
- cut Aunt Peggy from the wedding
- new ending
I really enjoyed the original Click in the past. I thought it had a surprisingly emotional final act, some decent if lowbrow humor and one of Sandman's best performances. However, during a recent viewing of the film, I found there to be a lot of the lazy bad Improve humor with some forced gross-out and dated pop culture references thrown in that Plagued a lot of his 2010s output (the ones I finished at least). However, this fan edit, while still having a tad bit of those issues, has thankfully made the film a much smoother experience that leaves a lot of that on the cutting room floor and leaves a lot of the early 2000's humor I loved from Sandman untouched and a third act with a surprisingly improved ending. Hugely recommend, easily one of my favorite fanfix's in recent memory.
I gotta be honest. I like Click. I hadn't seen it in a few years, but this edit made it just as good as I remember. It probably wouldn't have been, had I watched the original and not this edit...
Not gonna lie, I cried during this edit. I've only cried during two other movies; Gremlins because that shit was terrifying, and Avengers: Endgame for obvious reasons. Hopefully that sums up how I feel about this edit.
I used to love watching Adam Sandler's movies, despite the Sandlerisms. At the core, many of them tell a compelling story, and I always hoped to have the time and skill to trim the bad jokes, bad acting, excessive vulgarity, and pointless scenes in order to keep the good parts. Well, Bobson Dugnutt got closer than I expected with this edit, and I truly applaud him for that.
Technically, this edit is flawless. I'm not sure I even need to write that, but just in case. Thematically, it is very good - the plot is streamlined and there are significantly fewer cringe worthy moments. I also love the way the movie ends now - it makes a lot more sense.
However, I think more crude and vulgar moments could have been trimmed easily to improve the result - such as most (if not all) the scenes involving the neighbours' kid.
All in all - a wonderful edit, but I would've cut out even more.