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The Wedding Singer
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The Wedding Singer 1998

description written by member Zara:

Robbie is a wedding singer who is stood up at his own wedding. While helping a co-worker plan her wedding, he realizes that he's falling in love with her. He tries to stop her from getting married to the jerk she thinks she's in love with.

Release Date:February 13th, 1998
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:95 minutes
Box Office Gross: $80,245,725 (US)
$123,306,987 (World)
Directed By:
No image existsFrank Coraci
Written By:
No image existsTim Herlihy
Adam SandlerAdam Sandler
Drew BarrymoreDrew Barrymore
No image existsChristine Taylor
Allen CovertAllen Covert
No image existsMatthew Glave
No image existsAngela Featherstone
No image existsAlexis Arquette
No image existsChristina Pickles
No image existsJodi Thelen
No image existsFrank Sivero
No image existsEllen Albertini Dow

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The Wedding Singer Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/21/2007)

I f*cking love this movie. Hilarious and totally awesome 80's throwback about a wedding crooner and a chick about to become Julia Goulia.

This is one of the best romantic comedies in the past decade because it never loses the 'comedy' aspect. Romance can win out, but if it ain't funny, no one is gonna care.

Love it!

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The Wedding Singer Movie Review by Zara (3/14/2007)

This was the first time that Sandler and Barrymore were teamed up together and it was the time that it was proven how well they mesh. Both are sweet natured goof balls who work hard at their craft and receive little recognition for the solid and consistent work that they turn in. Of course they'd be great together.

I have...

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