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Jeffrey Overstreet
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January 15, 2005

[It's] like going to the NBA All-Star Game and seeing a fantastic team take the floor, but when the game begins you realize they left their brains in the locker room.
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Peter Canavese
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May 26, 2008

Full-blown 'Jack'--his face a spectacular special effect of full-blown energy--remains an irresistible act. [Blu-Ray]
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Jami Bernard

May 02, 2003

Has hell frozen over? Not only is Jack Nicholson starring in a buddy movie alongside Adam Sandler, but of the two, Sandler's low-key approach is preferable.
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Jordan Hiller
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December 09, 2004

Anger Management does not really deserve an actual review.
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David Edelstein
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April 24, 2003

Strenuous, spottily amusing.
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Nell Minow

December 21, 2010

Very raunchy, uneven comedy with great actors.
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David Ansen
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November 01, 2007

Unless you're 15 at heart, you may need anger management yourself after sitting through this aggressively crass comedy, which alternates between mean-spirited slapstick and arbitrary uplift.
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Rob Gonsalves
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July 23, 2007

Do we really need a fable about corporate guys getting in touch with their inner brats?
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Peter Rainer

April 20, 2003

This is the kind of coarse comedy where a fart serves as a punch line.
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Staci Layne Wilson
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January 17, 2005

The only thing you can't get angry at are the adorable animal actors.
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Geoff Andrew
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June 24, 2006

No, it doesn't make much sense, and yes, it's irredeemably phallocentric -- but that is, perhaps, its saving grace.
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Richard Corliss
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April 16, 2003

Even a longtime Adamophobe has to admit that Sandler is an agreeable presence here, and that the film has some funny filigree work to offset the oppressive schematics.
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