Rated PG · 90 minutes · 2011

Adam Sandler plays both a twin brother and sister in this, his most embarrassing film to date. When an ad executive’s twin sister comes to visit him, all hell breaks loose, including farts and shitting. As the ad executive, Sandler is just Sandler, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. As Jill, the shrill sister, Sandler humiliates himself and the human race on numerous levels. There is not one funny moment to be found in Sandler’s performances, and the film’s few laughs are provided by a slumming Al Pacino in psycho mode. This needs to be the end of Sandler’s partnership with director Dennis Dugan. Dugan is responsible for some of Sandler’s biggest hits (Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy), but their glory days are long behind them. Please let this be the last time Sandler dresses in drag for a movie role.
Official Site: www.jackandjill-movie.com
Director: Dennis Dugan
Producer: Todd Garner, Adam Sandler, Jack Giarraputo, Barry Bernardi, Bettina Viviano, Allen Covert, Steve Koren, Robert Smigel and Tim Herlihy
Cast: Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes, Al Pacino, Allen Covert, Nick Swardson, Eugenio Derbez, Valerie Mahaffey, Geoff Pierson, Rohan Chand, Elodie Tougne, David Spade, Tim Meadows, Norm Macdonald, Gary Valentine, Dana Carvey and Gad Elmaleh



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Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies Opening Friday, Nov. 11 Mickey Rourke attempts to conquer Mount Olympus; Adam Sandler conquers his desire to play a drag role; Leonardo DiCaprio conquers the intelligence community; Elizabeth Olsen conquers her inner demons. It's all at the movies. by Garrett Horstmeyer 11/11/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Immortals, J. Edgar, Jack and Jill and film events around town. 11/10/2011
The Coast Halifax Jack and Jill go for a shill And in this drag debacle, both Adam Sandlers come tumbling way down by Molly Segal 11/10/2011
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