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‘Bedtime Stories’

Adam Sandler plays a guy who, when he tells stories to his niece and nephew, finds the tales coming true.

Running time/rating: 1:35; rated PG for mild rude humor and mild language.

What they’re saying: “The shortage of wit and the excess of goo can be summed up in Sandler’ line to these children of divorce: ‘I’m like the stink on your feet – I’ll always be there.’ ” – Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

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