Anger Management is directed by Peter Segal, and it stars Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson in a comedy film about Dave Buznik in the airplane when he lost a bit of a temper because of an arugment that didn't even mean to be one, and he got sent to anger management classes so that he won't go to prison. When I seen Peter Segal's other films that has Adam Sandler in it, I honestly was looking forward to Anger Management as I thought that Peter Segal is the only director that can make Adam Sandler funny. He still does to be fair, but man, am I glad that I thought it was decent at best. Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson are actually funny here, and they work each other really well. There are some moments that really frustrated me and was like, in what world does that ever work? The humor is funny for the most part, and Adam Sandler does a good job being angry when exploding. There are some parts that don't add up, and just comes up, but doesn't really add much to the story except to just make it longer. Some of the jokes either didn't work for me, or just felt childish, which is the usual type for Happy Madison Productions. At the ending, I sort of knew where it was going, but there was a plot point that got me a bit unexpected. If I have a choice of watching Peter Segal films with Adam Sandler in it, I'll rather watch 50 First Dates because even though I like Anger Management fine, I'll probably watch it again in a long time so that I won't remember about why I was getting a little irritated about this film.