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The film was released on November 11, 2011 by Columbia Pictures.
The film closed on February 26, 2012 with a total gross of ,158,157 in North America.
It also made ,515,631 in other territories, for a total worldwide gross of 9,673,788 against its million budget.
On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 3% based on 106 reviews and an average rating of 2.6/10.
The site's critical consensus reads, "Although it features an inexplicably committed performance from Al Pacino, Jack and Jill is impossible to recommend on any level whatsoever." Jason Buchanan of allmovie gave the film his lowest star rating and described it as "aggressively unfunny".
In The Daily Beast, Ramin Setoodeh said, "This is, without a doubt, the worst movie that Adam Sandler’s ever made.
There was one minute when she was demoing the crow pose. The supermodels get settled in and we began actually setting our intention. Focusing on my energy and my thoughts: “I am confident – I’ve got this” I start to hear someone else breathing… I peak out of the side of my eye and see a woman with a large neon puffer coat sitting in a metal chair about 3 feet from me.
She looked at the guy in the room and said “This isn’t for you because you have a bad elbow”. The lady next to him said “Yeah I have a bad wrist so I’m out.” I ended with “I have zero balance and like my face so…Yeah.” The yoga teacher laughed and we all moved to downward dog. ) He laughed and started looking through his bag and said he thought he did. I walked in and the normally spacious room was busy and crowded. I close my eyes and did my official breathing exercises.
After he looks at himself in the commercial, he says, 'Burn this! ' That's my review of Jack and Jill." Andrew Barker of Variety said that the film's "general stupidity, careless direction and reliance on a single-joke premise that was never really funny to begin with are only the most obvious of its problems." Internet review show Half in the Bag from Red Letter Media criticized Jack and Jill for recycling gags from Sandler's previous films, incessant product placement, and laziness in terms of both writing and production quality, going so far as to characterize the entire production as a sinister embezzlement scam.
Since Jill has an open-ended plane ticket, she decides to stay until the end of Hanukkah - much to Jack's horror.
Jack's agency client, meanwhile, wants him to somehow get actor Al Pacino to appear in a Dunkin' Donuts commercial.
I’m not sure if the universe is looking out for me or if I’m viewing the universe in my lessons but I pretty much love it!
Jack and Jill is a 2011 American comedy film directed by Dennis Dugan, written by Steve Koren and Adam Sandler, and starring Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes, and Al Pacino.