Cool Clicks: The Best and Worst of Adam Sandler

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Film.comYou know, Adam Sandler has made some good movies. He's also made some really, really bad ones. Upon the release of "That's My Boy," lists the top five best ("Punch-Drunk Love," yes please!) and top five worst ("Jack and Jill," no thank you!) Sandler adventures.

It's summer — what better time to get hot and sweaty than with these 10 films that go where few other Hollywood films have gone? From "Shame" to "The Brown Bunny," The Wrap combed the movie archives for scenes that match the summer's heat.

It's time to mingle with "Savages." Watch as director Oliver Stone cross-examines the five principal characters from the film: Elena (Salma Hayek), Lado (Benicio Del Toro), Chon (Taylor Kitsch), Ben (Aaron Johnson) and O (Blake Lively).

"How did they ever make a movie of 'Lolita'?" asked the poster for Stanley Kubrick's 1962 film adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's controversial novel. Moviefone revisits the subversive classic that premiered 50 years ago this week.

Most people prefer their toys not to talk but rather just stand there and be sexy. Screen Junkies plays with the six most annoying or terrifying talking toys in movies, from Chucky to, uh, Richard Pryor.

ZimbioNeed a little Jean-Claude Van Damme warm-up before "The Expendables 2?" Check out JCVD in action in the trailer for the human trafficking thriller, "Six Bullets," out on Blu-ray and DVD for your late-summer pleasure on Aug. 7.