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Reign Over Me

Reign Over Me ★★½ 2007 (R)

Why is Adam Sandler wearing Bob Dylan's hair? Anyway, it's subtle pro Cheadle you should be watching. Alan (Cheadle), a NYC dentist, is mildly bored with his successful life and perfect family. Then he runs into his old college roommate, Charlie (Sandler), who's acting weird. Turns out his family was killed in 9/11 and Charlie's not dealing. He won't even acknowledge he had a family and flies into a rage whenever the past is brought up. However, Alan's a compassionate guy and tries to do some male bonding that will result in bringing Charlie back to reality. Sandler restrains from doing shtick, although he's done the angry boy-man thing before, and Binder rushes his predictable ending. 128m/C DVD, Blu-ray Disc . US Adam Sandler, Don Cheadle, Jada Pinkett Smith, Liv Tyler, Saffron Burrows, Donald Sutherland, Robert Klein, Melinda Dillon, Jonathan Banks, Mike Binder; D: Mike Binder; W: Mike Binder; C: Russ T. Alsobrook; M: Rolfe Kent.

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