Anger Management (2003)
$10 off $30 on Home, Health & Beauty, Sporting Goods, Bags, Entertainment, Apparel, Jewelry, Toys and Pet Supplies when you use V.me at checkout. Ends 5/26/2013.
Feel the Love.
|After a misunderstanding aboard an airplane that escalates out of control, the mild-mannered dave buznik is ordered by judge daniels to attend anger management sessions run by doctor buddy rydell, which are filled with highly eccentric and volatile men and women.
"Adam Sandler fans, rejoice! James Berardinelli's ReelViews
"...laugh-out-loud moments... Peter Bradshaw, Guardian Unlimited
"Each actor is unusually watchful and wily, and their actorly competition underscores the one-upmanship of their characters. Carrie Rickey, Philadelphia Inquirer
"At a time when screen comedy has its own problems with anger management, Sandler's self-possessed style is as refreshing as it is funny. David Sterritt, Christian Science Monitor
"Miller time for the funny bone. Desson Thomson, The Washington Post
"...a comedy as bracing and furiously right for the moment as it is broad and huggable. Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly
"...leave it to Sandler and Nicholson to make this movie worth more than the price of admission. Phil Villarreal, AZ Daily Star
Editor's NoteANGER MANAGEMENT, directed by Peter Segal, looks into the life of Dave Buznik (Adam Sandler), an executive assistant at a pet clothing company. The mild-mannered but overly passive Dave is in love with his girlfriend, Linda (Marisa Tomei), yet his anxious personality keeps him from taking things further, both in their relationship and in his career. However, Dave's life takes a strange turn when he is wrongly accused of "air rage" on a flight and sentenced to mandatory anger management classes. Eccentric anger guru Buddy Rydell (Jack Nicholson) becomes Dave's therapist, but when Buddy abruptly moves in with Dave, the doctor-patient relationship takes an unusual turn.An appropriate pairing of actors with oversized personalities, ANGER MANAGEMENT allows Nicholson to run amuck, while letting Sandler hone the mellower side of his cinematic presence. As Sandler's Dave becomes more bewildered at his predicament, Nicholson's Buddy teeters wildly between wise and rambunctious. Meanwhile, Tomei (who apparently gets more attractive as she gets older) shines in her role as Dave's beloved. Of course, no mainstream Sandler movie would be complete without a number of familiar faces in supporting and cameo roles, and ANGER has them by the boatload. John Turturro steals every scene he's in; Luiz Guzman sports some remarkably unfortunate facial hair; Heather Graham shows up as a brownie-hurling blonde bombshell; and John C. Reilly appears as a bully-turned-Buddhist-monk. And to top it all off, there are cameos by renowned "angry" sports figures Bobby Knight and John McEnroe, as well as the esteemed former mayor of NYC, Rudy Giuliani.
Cast & Crew
|Donald McAlpine - Cinematographer|
|Peter Segal - Director|
|Jeff Gourson - Editor|
|Todd Garner - Executive Producer|
|Teddy Castellucci - Musical Score|
|Barry Bernardi - Producer|
|Alan Au - Production Designer|
|David Dorfman - Writer|
|Adam Sandler - Executive Producer|
|David Dorfman - Writer|
|Derek Jeter - Featuring|
|Domenic Silvestri - Art Director|
|Jeffrey D. McDonald - Art Director|
|Roger Clemens - Featuring|
|Teddy Castellucci - Original Music By|