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The Wedding Singer
Known as: Wedding Singer
Online Status: Owned on UV
Price at time of addition: Unknown
Category: GENERAL
Rating: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Running Time: 95 minutes
Studio: New Line Home Video
Theater Release Date: 1998-02-13
Origional Release Date: 1998-02-13
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 (Widescreen)
Language: English,French
Subtitles: English,Spanish,French
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Director: Frank Coraci
ID: 243
ASIN: 0780622588
UPC: 794043466021
EAN: 9780780622586
MPN: TRNDN4660D
Date last watch: 2012-07-01
Date Added: 2010-08-31
Actors:
Adam Sandler
Drew Barrymore
Christine Taylor
Allen Covert
Matthew Glave

Genra:
Comedy
Music
Romance
Format:
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NTSC


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Description
It's 1985 and Adam Sandler is the ultimate master of ceremonies...until he is left at the altar at his own wedding. He starts to pick up the pieces of his heart after meeting Drew Barrymore but she's about to have a wedding of her own.

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You're better off having been born after, say, 1965, if you really want to enjoy this corny romantic comedy and its abundant references to the MTV culture of the mid-1980s--and even then the odds are only 50-50 that you'll have a shamelessly good time. But a lot of people beat those odds, because The Wedding Singer was a surprise box-office hit when released in early 1998, and it resulted in Saturday Night Live graduate Adam Sandler's salary going ridiculously sky-high. It's a schizophrenic film about a seemingly schizophrenic wedding singer (Sandler) who's charmingly sweet to some people but a tongue-lashing maniac to others, probably out of frustration over his fading ambition as a wannabe rock star (not to mention Sandler's penchant for loud-mouthed lunacy). When he meets an admiring young waitress (delightfully played by Drew Barrymore), it's love at first sight, complicated by their pending marriages to much less appealing fiancés. The plot then contorts itself to accommodate this contrived will-they-or-won't-they? scenario, so you're better off ignoring the love story and focusing on the comedy, which is sporadic but occasionally hilarious. This is also a lighter, friendlier Sandler than moviegoers had seen before, which probably accounts for the movie's success. Toss in a fine supporting cast--including a show-stopping drunk act by indie-movie stalwart Steve Buscemi--and you've got the ingredients for a no-brainer that's ultimately more fun than it is annoying. --Jeff Shannon
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