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Movie Review: Jack and Jill (PG)

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Length: 93 minutes           MPAA Rating: PG

Age Appropriate for: 12+. Cursing, racist humor, poop jokes and sexual innuendo; I would have expected a PG-13 rating, since the film seems somewhat inappropriate for tweens-and-younger.

Adam Sandler sinks to a new low in ‘Jack and Jill,’ with rampant product placement, a terrible story and awful cross-dressing — only Al Pacino is the film’s saving grace.

By Roxana Hadadi

Imagine all the badness of recent Adam Sandler films, like last year’s “Grown Ups.” Then double that awful, and you get “Jack and Jill,” a somewhat repulsive foray into Sandler’s overblown ego.

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