Parent reviews for Punch Drunk Love

Common Sense says

Odd romantic journey for adults and older teens.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 16+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 16+
Based on 6 reviews
Adult Written byForknose April 9, 2008

Hmm, whether you can watch might be questionable.

My 12 year old cousin and I went and saw this one. We were expecting another hilarious movie but it was quite deep. It is a good thing that I can be very mature and so can my cousin. My friends hated it but I thought it was classic (oh yea, my cousin really liked it too).
Adult Written byBestPicture1996 May 26, 2014

Sandler defies expectations in odd, touching movie

This hasn't a bad introduction to Paul Thomas Anderson, an extremely acclaimed director whose movies I hadn't seen up to this point. Nowhere are his funny accents and goofy humor: just a built up rage and sadness that makes you root for Barry because he's relatable. His sisters always give him guff and he doesn't feel welcome there...the only place he feels good in is with Lena. There are some homages to romance movies of the past, including swelling music when the two are together. I also loved seeing the late Hoffman onscreen. Even with only 10 minutes of the movie dedicated to him he still manages to steal the show!

This title contains:

Sexy stuff
Language
Adult Written byChuck Reid March 31, 2012

Not for kids,but still good.

This movie was crazily funny! It had great jokes and pretty good voice acting!
Adult Written byJoe J. March 9, 2017

Adam Sandler's best movie. Philip Seymour Hoffman is hilarious.