Adam Sandler will never be confused with Jimmy Stewart, but he wouldn’t mind at all if you confused Click with It’s a Wonderful Life. That’s the model for this high-concept comedy, in which an overworked father of two receives an all-powerful remote control that allows him to pause and rewind his life. When he hits the fast-forward button, he discovers exactly what choosing his job over his family will ultimately cost him. After about 50 minutes or so of subpar Sandler shtick, Click turns into an awkwardly handled drama. By that point, even Sandler’s biggest detractors will be longing for the aggressive, idiotic company of Happy Gilmore or Billy Madison.