JACK AND JILL (Film Theatrical Release USA 2011)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.0|5.0 Starsìììì

Jack and Jill’s best feature is its universal appeal and relatability. It’s comical for all the right reasons. The dialogue lines have been written well so that they could be interpreted on many different levels to include an intellectual level. The acting and portrayal need some touching up to increase entertainment value, but generally  it’s a good watch, easy on the mind.

 

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Storyline

Sister Jill comes to visit her twin brother Jack.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Dennis Dugan for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Barry Bernardi, Allen Covert, Tim Herlihy, Steve Koren, Robert Smigel, and Bettina Sofia Viviano for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Jack/Jill (Adam Sandler), Erin (Katie Holmes), Al Pacino (Al Pacino), Ted (Tim Meadows), Sofia (Elodie Tougne), Otto (Allen Covert), Gary (Rohan Chand), Eugenio Derbez), Monica (David Spade), Todd (Nick Swardson), Funbucket (Norm MacDonald), Carter Simmons (Geoff Pierson), Bitsy Simmons (Valerie Mahaffey), Dallas (Gary Valentine), Regis Philbin (Regis Philbin), Scrapply Puppeteer (Dana Carvey), Xavier (Gad Elmaleh), and Dan Patrick (Dan Patrick).


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. This movie makes the audience feel good after watching. Look for some great twin interviews at the beginning and ending credits.

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