Jack and Jill (2011)
A woman visits his twin brother in L.A. who is pushed to deal with her being around because she decides not to leave.
Another comedy to hit the cinemas, both identical twins Jack and Jill are played by Adam Sandler. Every thanksgiving is a horror to Jack because it’s the time of the year when his hard-to-deal-with sister visits him and gives him the terrible holiday.
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Distributor: Sony Pictures
Directed By: Dennis Dugan
Written By: Steve Koren (screenplay), Robert Smigel (screenplay)
Cast: Steve Koren (screenplay), Robert Smigel (screenplay)
Movie Release Date: November 11, 2011
Jack and Jill tells the funny story of a guy who has no choice but to deal with a twin sister and dad while during Thanksgiving. This new Adam Sandler film has him acting for the both parts– Jack and Jill. So he takes the role of Jack, who presumptively acts as if the rude guy that he plays in every movie, and then he also plays that guy’s twin sister. He takes on the challenges that Eddie Murphy once had in the Nutty Professor.
So the storyline goes like another regular holiday until his sister decides to stay forever– and Jack’s life is ruined for the rest of his life. The director of Jack and Jill is Dennis Dugan, who also directed Just Go With It with Jennifer Aniston. It seems he has a knack for making Adam Sandler films. It also has Steve Koren and Robert Smigel writing it, who also wrote a lot of other Adam Sandler flicks like the heartwarming Click and the hilarious Zohan.
Katie Holmes plays the role of Jack’s wife, so the movie has a pretty good team in it because Al Pacino plays the father of Jack as well. This film is really going to turn into a crazy flick just like the other films by Adam Sandler. This movie should be most-awaited. And while profound critics may not love it entirely, it is sure to make good money.