Starring: Adam Sandler, Jack Nicholson, Marisa Tomei
David Buznik (Sandler) is a man who always gets pushed around and is taken for granted and cant seem to stand up for himself. He keeps his anger locked up inside him which is not helping his life. Things get a little out of hand for him and the court orders him to take up anger therapy. His therapist, Buddy Rydell (Nicholson) has a very funny way to conduct his therapy, which is not going down too well with David. He hates his therapist and he hates all the kinds of stupid things he makes him do. His life goes from bad to worse and the only person he can blame for all of this is Buddy Rydell. First off, the movie is badly slow and boring. There is just not enough humour that one would have liked it to have and feels dragged. Towards the end things do improve, but not substantially. Performances are average, plot is decent but the absolute lack of good humour spoils the show. Just makes you more angry that you ended up wasting an hour and a half of your precious time.
Thumbs up: A plot with good scope for humour
Thumbs down: Needs to be funny, a lot more funny