Good grief. It’s Mike Binder’s secret weapon. The writer-director of 2005’s The Upside of Anger offers us Adam Sandler (in full-on serious mode) as a man emotionally incapacitated by the loss of his family in the attacks of Sept. 11. Don Cheadle plays the rediscovered college buddy who prods him to reengage in life. (March 23)
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Posted March 11 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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