This brilliant independent drama takes place in one room and explores the love triangle among an amiable banker, his deceptive fiancée, and his conflicted best friend. It teaches against alcoholism and adultery, showing the destructive nature of liberal values. Regardless of its low domestic gross from its initial theatrical run (probably from the liberals making negative reviews), it has done much better in recent re-screenings, becoming a cult classic of sorts, proving that you can't keep a great film down.
Adam Sandler stars as both Jack and his "identical twin sister" Jill in this family comedy that features pro-capitalism and pro-family values. That aside, Jack and Jill is an aggressively poorly acted (apart from a strangely committed performance from Al Pacino), poorly written, poorly directed film with an appalling premise (the idea of a man having an "identical twin sister" is nightmarish at best) that received overwhelmingly negative reception from critics and audiences alike, who often called it the worst…