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Click is a 2006 comedy film starring comedian Adam Sandler as an architect who uses a powerful universal remote to manipulate the passage of time. The film has been widely mocked in various online communities, inspiring the creation of parodies and photoshop memes.
On June 23rd, 2006, the film Click was released, in which the protagonist Michael Newman (played by Adam Sandler) receives a magical remote from a man named Morty (played by Christopher Walken), granting him the ability to warp space and time to his will (shown below).
On October 29th, 2006, YouTuber g0d53nd uploaded a scene from the film in which actor Terry Crews sings the 1981 pop-rock song "Working For the Weekend" by Loverboy (shown below). Within 11 years, the video gained over 799,000 views and 380 comments.
On November 28th, 2013, Twitter user @electrolemon tweeted a photograph of a bookshelf filled with 57 Click DVDs (shown below). Within four years, the tweet garnered more than 94,000 likes and 60,900 retweets.
On June 29th, 2014, YouTuber VideoGameDunkey uploaded a video in which he reads various IMDB reviews for the film (shown below). Within three years, the video gained over 2.1 million views and 3,400 comments.
On September 20th, 2015, Redditor ontheroadagain_ submitted a post titled "What's with Click by Adam Sandler?" to /r/OutOfTheLoop, to which Redditor Mrhores_cat replied that it was a "circlejerk". The following day, the @FriedMemes Twitter feed posted a Real Nigga Hours-themed deep fried version of a Click promotional image (shown below, right).
On June 4th, 2016, the FuckJerry Facebook page posted a cropped promotional image for Click referring to it as "overly photoshopped" (shown below, left). On December 4th, the thestateonmtv Tumblr blog posted the full promotional image Click, describing it as "extremely airbrushed" and "classic" (shown below, right).
Recently, the movie poster has been used for photoshop memes.
The film's official movie poster has been widely photoshopped online as well, which typically substitute the remote control for a variety of other humorous objects (shown below).
The film has received mostly negative reviews, holding a score of 32% on Rotten Tomatoes and 45/100 on Metacritic.
 Reddit – Whats with Click by Adam Sandler
 Tumblr – thestateonmtv
 Twitter – @FriedMemes
 Twitter – @electrolemon
Mar 25, 2017 at 11:13PM EDT
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