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I am the chief technical officer at InVision App, Inc - a prototyping and collaboration platform for designers, built by designers. I also rock out in JavaScript and ColdFusion 24x7.
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Good Family Values: Click Is Classic Adam Sandler

By Ben Nadel on
Tags: Movies

I pulled my first with-girlfriend double-feature last weekend, sneaking from Nacho Libre into Click on the price of one admission ticket. After seeing Nacho Libre I needed a pick-me-up and Click delivered. For those of you who are Adam Sandler fans, you will know that from his slap-stick comedy to his serious roles, Sandler's movies have a resounding positive moral message and quality values. Click was a good mixture of physical comedy, gripping, emotional moments, and positive messages. And did I mention that Christopher Walken was awesome! If you are not a Walken fan, you are most like retarded to some degree (I am sorry to have to be the one to tell you this).

Overall, definitely recommended. Be prepared to get chocked up.

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Have you seen Fatboy Slim's Weapon of Choice music video starring Christopher Walken dancing and flying? If not, get out your favorite peer-to-peer app. :-) It totally rocks.

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That's funny you mention it, I was actually just watching it on YouTube a few weeks ago. I love the Walken!

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Top Walken Performances
1. Christopher Walken in the infamous "Gotta Have More Cowbell"
2. Christopher Walken as Clem in Joe Dirt
3. Christopher Walken as Morty in Click

This guy just makes movies. He's awesome (not to take anything away from the always funny Sandler and hot Kate Beckinsale).

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