'Jack and Jill': Adam Sandler's new film ripped to shreds by critics
"Jack and Jill" is so bad that, as of this post, its Rotten Tomatoes score is an embarrassing 4 percent. The "Please put away your cell phone" warning before the movie starts probably has a higher rating.
Anyway, here are some of our favorite reviews. Now if you go see the film and hate it, don't say we didn't warn you.
San Jose Mercury News: "Suddenly, sitting through ' The Human Centipede' again doesn't seem like such a bad idea."
E! Online: "A Razzies sweep can't be far behind."
Salt Lake Tribune: "The one-joke story can't even pay off on that joke, as Sandler's idea of acting is throwing on a funny wig, a funny voice and just goofing around."
NY Times: "As for Mr. Sandler, I have always been interested in what he would do next, and I suppose I still am, especially if what he does next is retire."
Washington Post: "'Jack and Jill' truly exceeded my expectations. Because it is bad in ways so unimaginable, that it actually is borderline epic in its awfulness."
Tulsa World: "[It's] the actor's latest experiment in torture for anyone who's not a child or a mouth-breather with a mind of mush."
Time: "More than 24 hours has passed since I watched the new Adam Sandler movie Jack and Jill and I am still dead inside."