By Jeff Labrecque
Updated October 10, 2006 at 04:00 AM EDT

After flirting with adulthood (2004’s Spanglish), Adam Sandler retreats in Click to the lucrative genre that revels in sophomoric comic dilemmas like, Is a dog humping a stuffed animal funnier in slo-mo or fast-forward? Unsure? Click offers both.

EXTRAS Fans will rejoice at the obligatory Rob Schneider ”You can do it!” scene that ended up on the cutting room floor. Sandler and Co. chronicle the history of flatulence in his films in an otherwise tame commentary, and one of seven featurettes reveals how digital technology played a hand in all that puppy love.