The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer

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Average of 4384 ratings: 3.5 Stars

1998 M Contains low level offensive language.

He's gonna party like it's 1985.

He has big boofy hair, big poofy shoulder pads and a big line-up of 80's electronic songs. But it is 1985 after all and Robbie Hart (Adam Sandler) is the most talented, thin-black-tie-wearing wedding singer in town. In between asking if "Video Killed the Radio Star" or pleading "Do you really want to Hurt Me?", he schmoozes the tafetta-clad crowd, giving the bride and groom the ultimate "White Wedding". However, when Robbie's own fiancée dumps him at the altar, his act turns tragic. Now he's singing "Love Stinks" and depressing the newlyweds before they've even started married life! He's hit an all time low, until new waitress, Julia (Drew Barrymore), shows up. Now "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" but there's one small obstacle: her fiancée...

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97 minutes
New Line Cinema
1998 MTV Movie Awards
Best Kiss: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore

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1.78:1 Widescreen 16x9 Enhanced
English Dolby Digital 5.1, English MPEG 5.1

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5 by Darth Vadertron

Awesome movie. In my opinion its the greatest romantic comedy of all time

Adam Sandler was at his absolute best. Doesnt need to be silly in this

5 Stars

5 by cocobella

Great movie. Gotta love the 80s! Great cast, easy watching (over and over again)

1 by Webo

Must be an age thing but if you are over 17 and have not been diagnosed with dementia I advise caution before watching this absolute drivel.!!!