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The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer
Movie: The Wedding Singer(1998)[tt0120888] Robbie Hart is singing the hits of the 1980s at weddings and other celebrations. He also can keep the party going in good spirit, he knows what to say and when to say it. Julia is a waitress at the events where Robbie performs. When both of them find someone to marry and prepare for their weddings, it becomes clear that they've chosen wrong partners. Written byAnonymous
Title The Wedding Singer
Release Date 5 June 1998 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Comedy, Music, Romance
Production Companies Juno Pix, New Line Cinema, Robert Simonds Productions
Adam Sandler
Adam Sandler...
Robbie Hart...
Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore...
Julia Sullivan...
Christine Taylor
Christine Taylor...
Holly Sullivan...
Allen Covert
Allen Covert...
Sammy...
Matthew Glave
Matthew Glave...
Glenn Guglia...
Ellen Albertini Dow
Ellen Albertini Dow...
Rosie...
Angela Featherstone
Angela Featherstone...
Linda...
Alexis Arquette
Alexis Arquette...
George...
Christina Pickles
Christina Pickles...
Angie Sullivan...
Jodi Thelen
Jodi Thelen...
Kate...
Frank Sivero
Frank Sivero...
Andy...

Reviews

PseudoFritz on 31 August 2004
To repeat a theme, I'm not a big fan of Adam Sandler, but I love this movie.Robbie Hart is a genuinely likable character; he's a person I would like to have as a friend, and he's a performer I would gladly hire to sing at my OWN wedding (Sandler also seems completely comfortable with his character, while even Drew Barrymore sometimes sounds like she's merely reciting written dialogue). Yes, he's a capital-R Romantic, but that seems like a strong qualification for someone who makes his living at other people's weddings. I like the whole idea of a romantic comedy being set behind the scenes of the whole wedding game, and some of the most telling scenes involve Robbie guiding Julia through the preparations with an insider's eye.Probably the funniest parts of the movie (to me) are those that play to Robbie's broken heart; it's probably the best depiction of the depression of the newly-dumped I've ever seen (in particular, I love the "Kill Me Please" song). Hey, I've been there.This all being said, however, I think the touch-all-the-landmarks-of-the-mid-'80s approach gets awfully heavy-handed at times. The musical choices, though, were excellent.

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