ClickBlu-ray Disc - 2005 | Blu-ray version.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
From the critics
Sexual Content: Woman giving birth, breasts shown in slow motion, dog repeatedly humping stuffed animal, implied e word (word not used), shadows of couples having sex (at least 3 scenes).
Sexual Content: it shows Peoples feet while they are having sex. and shows a shadow of people having sex. and a dog continues to do it with a stuffed duck. and there a many ladies with revealing clothes
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QuotesAdd a Quote
Morty: "He's always chasing the pot of gold, but when he gets there, at the end of the day, it's just corn flakes.
Morty :Do you understand the Metaphor?"
Michael Newman: My schmeckel got bigger now that I'm older, just so you guys know that.
Trudy: It couldn't have gotten any smaller.
Ted: [laughing] It looked like a litttle Tic Tac.
Michael Newman: Yeah, come, here, I'll freshen your breath.
Michael Newman: Twinkie. You don't need e'm. You don't need e'm. You do need a Yodel, though.
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Michael Newman seems to have a perfect life- a beautiful wife, two small children, and a job with great potential. But as his jerky boss passes Michael up for promotion after promotion, Michael becomes fed up, and wishes he could find a way to just, oh, skip through the hard parts in life. He gets exactly that -and much, much more- when he stumbles upon the Beyond section of a Bed, Bath, and Beyond in search of a universal remote. But as it turns out, the remote controls, well, the entire universe! At first this seems a blessing, but as the remote begins to program itself Michael finds his life skipping by, sometimes a few months, sometimes years. Will he be able to get his life back before its entirely gone?
A business man (played by Adam Sandler) is tired of his life of having no escapes and can't have any fun. He also puts his work before family, which his wife is sick of it but still able to stand it. He soon obtains a universal remote control that can do anything that a TV remote can do, except it revolves around his life. He speeds through different moments (sad, happy, etc.) of his life and soon regrets of ever getting the remote control. He was upset that he didn't spend more time with family members and learned a huge lesson. He had finally gotten another chance (won't spoil of how he got it) at making things right for him.
Nothing is going Michaels way. He has a chance to become a partner at is design company, but that probably won't happen. because he can't even turn on his Tv. So to solve at least one of his problems he goes to the store to buy a universal remote. he soon finds out that he universal remote controls the universe. and soon he learns that it is watches what he does and fast forwards by its self.