Movie Review: Anger Management seems rushed

By Staff Writer
May 1, 2003

Recently I saw the movie, Anger Management, with Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler. The movie was presented by Sony pictures in a film directed by Peter Segal and written by David Dorfman. The movie was rated PG-13 on appeal for crude sexual content and language.

The main actors were Jack Nicholson, who played Dr. Buddy Rydell, and Adam Sandler, who played Dave Buznik. Dr. Rydell is subjected to assist Dave in his anger management therapy. The two played satisfactory side by side, with hesitation that they did not compliment each other well as they could have. This role for Nicholson was eccentric, considering the work he has previously done. Sandler has always been one of my all time favorite actors, until now. Sandler couldn’t make me laugh in this movie even if he tried. There were numerous funny parts but they weren’t performed by Sandler. The movie fit his character perfect but he didn’t meet his normal standards.

Sandler plays a mild mannered businessman as a whiny one note character. He recently just got a promotion at work and is madly in love with his fianc

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