Adam Sandler has come under fire for his performance in latest movie 'Jack and Jill', with one critic describing him of suffering from ''cinematic bipolar disorder''.
Adam Sandler has come under fire for his performance in movie 'Jack and Jill'.
The 45-year-old actor has been criticised for his double role of twins Jack Sadelstein and Jill Sadelstein in the comedy motion picture - which sees him star alongside Katie Holmes - with one critic describing him of suffering from "cinematic bipolar disorder".
A USA Today review explains: "It doesn't work. Sandler's Jill is such a honking Bronx battle-axe that she doesn't convince as a human character, male or female."
The film - which features speaking roles from Johnny Depp and Al Pacino - tells the story of Jill visiting Jack for Thanksgiving, but she ends up staying at his house for two months and wreaking havoc.
The review added: "Jill's home invasion takes us down some conventional comedy paths: She tries Mexican food that gives her uncontrollable diarrhea. She has gas issues. Her rear end is a threat to expandable fabric.
"But what makes Jack pseudo-watchable is the star lineup that was snookered into this train wreck."