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The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies

The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies

He's gonna party like it's 1985.95 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – 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.
Plot: Robbie, a local rock star turned wedding singer, is dumped on the day of his wedding. Meanwhile, waitress Julia finally sets a wedding date with her fiancée Glenn. When Julia and Robbie meet and hit it off, they find that things are more complicated than anybody thought.
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The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies 1The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies 26.9/10 Votes: 142,039
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The Wedding Singer is the first Adam Sandler flick that guys can take their girlfriends to see. It is a nice (and funny) comedy about a guy (wedding singer Sandler) who has been dumped by his fiancee and is soon falls in love with (waitress) Drew Barrymore who is also engaged, but isn’t in love either. It is a nice comedy that almost comes close to a romantic comedy. Steve Buscemi, Jon Lovitz, and best of all, Billy Idol. A+
Review By: Quinoa1984 Rating: 7 Date: 2000-04-30
Take the mic and shove it
The Wedding Singer opens with a pretty damn-good cover of “You Spin Me Right Round” by Dead or Alive by Adam Sandler and company, which provided me with optimism that this would be a more controlled Sandler affair with more intelligently written humor and some solid drama between characters. Certainly The Wedding Singer doesn’t show Adam Sandler at his most manic and uncontrollable, but during some instances, you can see writer Tim Herlihy is fighting his urges. Consider the morosely unfunny scene where, upon being dumped by his fiancé, the titular character (Sandler) lumbers through a performance at a wedding spewing unconscionable bouts of hatred and mean-spirited anger. But it’s funny, right? Not in my eyes. The Wedding Singer, in my eyes, is another Sandler disaster. A film with a two-faced protagonist, a caricature of a love-interest, a terribly trite and predictable plot, and humor as reliable as a twenty-year old with well over 100,000 miles on it. The film isn’t offensive in the casual sense, but in the deeper, more depressing sense that while senseless drivel like this is getting made, real writers and determined screenwriters getting turned away from the higher-ups because their material is too ambitious or too risky.

It’s 1985 and Adam Sandler stars as Robbie Hart, a popular choice for a wedding singer in Connecticut. Robbie is engaged to his girlfriend Linda (Angela Featherstone), but finds himself alone on his wedding day. However, while on the job, Robbie meets Julia (Drew Barrymore), a waitress who works many of the same venues where Robbie performs. Unfortunately, now that Robbie is single and recognizes that Julia may indeed make a great girlfriend, she is engaged to cocky businessman Glenn Gulia (Matthew Glave). So Robbie gets sidelined to help Julia plan the wedding when deep down he knows he should be her husband.

Immediately, this film houses clichés I’m tiring greatly of. The first is the dimwit that we’re supposed to like and sympathize with despite the stupid actions he commits consistently (usually a cliché in a Sandler film). The second is where the guy finds the perfect soul almost instantaneously after breaking it off with his girlfriend. Others include the expected fact that the dreamgirl is dating an unbecoming jerk, despite the guy’s obnoxiousness the girl is obviously above, she still sees him as a mature and respectable guy, and the ridiculous ending we need to live with at the end of the film where everything is nicely patched up and elegantly concluded.

Clichés work against a film, most definitely, but it also doesn’t help in any particular saving grace-fashion when a comedy’s wit is just at the near bottom of the barrel. Take for example the elderly woman Robbie can be seen assisting often over the course of the film. In the beginning of the film, upon first seeing her, we are, I guess, supposed to laugh because she is not your typical elderly lady with her quick wit and her efforts to fill Robbie’s hands with meatballs and demanding he eat them then and there. But later on, Robbie has a discussion with her about his relationships where she can welcome in such fascinating commentary on Robbie perhaps being self-conscious about the size of his private area or other points that don’t need to be brought up. The fatal kicker for the jokes with the elderly woman is what she says isn’t funny but the fact that she’s very old and saying such things is the humor of the situation.

Barrymore and Sandler do have evident chemistry, especially during the drama of the later sequences, but it’s very much undermined thanks to the film’s middle-school attitude throughout the entire course of the film. The Wedding Singer, according to audience opinion, ranks among the higher margin of Sandler films, but I see nothing but the same unfunny schlock in smaller, more manageable piles. That’s like saying a relatively messy park is more fun to play in than a filthier park when, frankly, I’d be keen on just staying home.

Starring: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Angela Featherstone, Matthew Glave, Allen Covert, and Peter Dante. Directed by: Frank Coraci.

Review By: StevePulaski Rating: 3 Date: 2013-11-27

Other Information:

Original Title The Wedding Singer
Release Date 1998-02-13
Release Year 1998

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 37 min (97 min)
Budget 18000000
Revenue 123306987
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Comedy, Music, Romance
Director Frank Coraci
Writer Tim Herlihy
Actors Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Christine Taylor
Country United States
Awards 5 wins & 7 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies
The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies
The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies
The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies
The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies
The Wedding Singer 1998 123movies
Original title The Wedding Singer
TMDb Rating 6.8 1,315 votes

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