A Masterpiece in its Own Right
For everyone saying this movie isn't funny as much of Adam Sandler's work is, this movie isn't one that falls under the category of comedy. Paul Thomas Anderson's movies all possess the same serious, sometimes quirky humor, and I believe in this movie Sandler turns in one of the best performances of his career. It's a great look into the mind of a good man, whose mind is filled with rage, and the introduction of love into his life is a liberation, something for him to fight for. It's a beautiful movie, and although the phone sex is pretty graphic, it's perfectly fine for young, mature teens.