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In Punch-Drunk Love, all those qualities that comprise the Sandler persona—the simpleton's innocence, the pained inarticulateness, the propensity for violence—have been sharpened and magnified.

When he's finally forced to value his ridiculously hot wife and family in Click, or learn to run the family business in Billy Madison, he wears the vaguely sullen expression of a brat being forced to apologize to his sister, even if he doesn't really mean it. Anderson's Punch-Drunk Love is the Adam Sandler movie for people who hate Adam Sandler movies.

If the formula didn't require him to grow up—and Sandler is certainly a slave for formula—he'd play the naïf for eternity. (Though that sentiment definitely applies to me.) For one, Anderson is an ardent fan of Sandler's work, and conceived this 90-minute comedy around him as a downshift—in scope, if not ambition—from Anderson's operatic opus Magnolia.

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In Punch-Drunk Love, all those qualities that comprise the Sandler persona—the simpleton's innocence, the pained inarticulateness, the propensity for violence—have been sharpened and magnified.

When he's finally forced to value his ridiculously hot wife and family in Click, or learn to run the family business in Billy Madison, he wears the vaguely sullen expression of a brat being forced to apologize to his sister, even if he doesn't really mean it. Anderson's Punch-Drunk Love is the Adam Sandler movie for people who hate Adam Sandler movies.

If the formula didn't require him to grow up—and Sandler is certainly a slave for formula—he'd play the naïf for eternity. (Though that sentiment definitely applies to me.) For one, Anderson is an ardent fan of Sandler's work, and conceived this 90-minute comedy around him as a downshift—in scope, if not ambition—from Anderson's operatic opus Magnolia.

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Sandler specializes in playing petulant man-children who act up until grown-up circumstances set them straight, but the second part of that equation has never felt authentic in any of his movies.