The Wedding Singer | Full Movie
The Wedding Singer
- 1h 37m
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Adam Sandler stars as the ultimate master of ceremonies who guarantees all a good time--The Wedding Singer. In this fun return to the fashion-challenged 1980s, aspiring rock 'n' roller Robbie Hart (Sandler) has a regular gig singing at weddings and a fiancée who's about to break his heart. When he's left at the altar at his own wedding, he becomes a newlyweds' worst nightmare ... until he realizes he's free to rescue the woman he really loves (Drew Barrymore) from her boorish fiancé
© 1998 New Line Productions, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: It's decidedly uneven -- and surprisingly sappy for an early Adam Sandler comedy -- but The Wedding Singer is also sweet, funny, and beguiling.
Supporting players are uniformly strong, and Coraci deserves much credit for exacting just the rig...
June 21, 2017
You can't help pulling for the kids.
June 21, 2017
Globe and Mail
Finally, an Adam Sandler comedy that you can sit through without wanting to throw a mallet through...
June 17, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Silly Adam Sandler romcom has profanity, drunken antics.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Wedding Singer is a 1998 romantic comedy in which Adam Sandler plays a down-on-his-luck musician who is starting to realize he has found the true love of his life after being jilted at the altar by a materialistic long-time girlfriend. Raunchiness, expletives, and occasional drunk-and-disorderly situations abound; it might be too much for some tweens. Profanity includes "s--t" and "bitch." Mentions of prostitutes and the "mile-high club"; lots of characters grab other people's rear ends. In what is now a common-enough feature in Adam Sandler movies, both the very young and the very old use profanity or talk of inappropriate subject matter for the sake of laughs.
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- Genre:Comedy, Romance
- Release Date:January 1, 1998
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD