The Wedding Singer

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New Line Cinema Released 1998

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Director:
Frank Coraci
Released:
1998
Rating:
PG-13

Robbie Hart is a sweet guy who has given up his dreams of becoming a rock star for a more personally fulfilling career as a wedding singer. Julia Sullivan, a waitress whom Robbie befriends during a performance. Though the two have a lot in common, it seems as though they are not meant to be, both are engaged. There is only one problem: Julia doesn't know that Glenn is cheating on her! Robbie, who is helping Julia plan her wedding, knows, but can't tell her something that he knows will break her heart?

Metacritic Score

  • 90

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    A sparkling romantic comedy, the kind of picture that glides by so gracefully and unpretentiously that it's only upon reflection that you realize how much skill, caring and good ju...

  • 80

    Variety

    Director Frank Coraci and scripter Tim Herlihy work in concert to maintain a quality of farce rooted in human comedy.

  • 70

    The New York Times Elvis Mitchell

    Half the film is an ingenuous love story, but the better half consists of pop culture time-warp jokes set in 1985.

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    • Production Budget - $26,000,000
      Domestic Gross - $80,245,725 (24th)
      Worldwide Gross - $123,306,987 (33rd)

      Domestic Adjusted fro 2013 - $139,617,295
      Worldwide Adjusted for 2013 - $214,538,382

    • Other production companies:
      Juno Pix
      Robert Simonds Productions

    • Filming locations include:
      Downtown, Los Angeles, California
      Sierra Madre, California
      Los Angeles, California
      La Canada, California
      Montrose, California,
      Pasadena, California
      San Marino, California
      West Hollywood, California

    • Taglines:
      1. He's gonna party like it's 1985.
      2. Before the internet, Before cell phones, Before roller-blades, There was a time... 1985. Don't pretend you don't remember.

    • Music:
      Somebody Kill Me
      Written by Adam Sandler and Tim Herlihy
      Performed by Adam Sandler
      You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
      Written by Mike Percy, Pete Burns,
      Steve Coy and Tim Lever
      Performed by Adam Sandler
      Der Kommissar
      Written by Falco
      Performed by After the Fire
      Rapper's Delight
      Written by Bernard Edwards, Nile Rodgers and
      Performed by Ellen Albertini Dow (as Ellen Dow)
      99 Luftballons
      Written by Jörn-Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen and Karlo Carges
      Performed by Nena
      Til There Was You
      Written by Meredith Willson
      Performed by Ellen Albertini Dow
      Don't Stop Believin'
      Written by Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain and Steve Perry
      Grow Old With You
      Written by Adam Sandler and Tim Herlihy
      Performed by Adam Sandler
      Produced by Brooks Arthur
      Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
      Written by Boy George, Roy Hay, Mikey Craig and Jon Moss
      Performed by Alexis Arquette
      White Wedding
      Written by Billy Idol
      Performed by Billy Idol
      Pass the Dutchie
      Written by Jackie Mittoo, Lloyd Ferguson and Fitzroy Simpson
      Performed by Musical Youth
      Boys Don't Cry
      Written by Robert Smith, Laurence Tolhurst and Michael Dempsey
      Performed by The Cure
      Holiday
      Written by Curtis Hudson and Lisa Stevens
      Performed by Adam Sandler
      Hold Me Now
      Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway and Alannah Currie
      Performed by The Thompson Twins
      All Night Long (All Night)
      Written and Performed by Lionel Richie
      Courtesy Motown Records
      It's All I Can Do
      Written by Ric Ocasek
      Performed by The Cars
      Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
      Written by Sting
      Performed by The Police
      Love Stinks
      Written by Peter Wolf and Seth Justman
      Performed by Adam Sandler
      Too Shy
      Written by Limahl, Steve Askew, Nick Beggs,
      Stuart Neale and Jez Strode
      Performed by Kajagoogoo
      That's All
      Written by Alan Brandt & Bob Haymes
      Performed by Adam Sandler
      Ladies Night
      Written by George Funky Brown, Robert Kool Bell, Earl Toon, Dennis D.T. Thomas, Claydes Smith, J.T. Taylor (as James Taylor) and Meekaaeel Muhammed (as Meekaaeel Muhamed)
      Performed by Jon Lovitz
      Everyday I Write the Book
      Written amd Performed by Elvis Costello
      China Girl
      Written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop
      Performed by David Bowie
      Love My Way
      Written by John Ashton, Tim Butler, Richard Butler and Vince Ely
      Performed by The Psychedelic Furs
      Do You Believe in Love
      Written by Robert John Lange
      Performed by Huey Lewis & The News
      Jam on It
      Written by M.B. Cenac
      Performed by Newcleus
      You Make My Dreams
      Written by Daryl Hall, John Oates and Sara Allen
      Performed by Hall & Oates
      Blue Monday
      Written by Bernard Sumner, Gillian Gilbert, Peter Hook and Stephen Morris
      Performed by New Order
      Private Idaho
      Written by Fred Schneider, Keith Strickland, Ricky Wilson and Cindy Wilson
      Performed by The B-52's
      Miami Vice Theme
      Written and Performed by Jan Hammer
      Money (That's What I Want)
      Written by Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford
      Performed by The Flying Lizards
      Video Killed the Radio Star
      Written by Trevor Horn, Geoff Downes and Bruce Woolley
      Performed by The Presidents of the United States of America
      Hungry Heart
      Written and Performed by Bruce Springsteen
      How Soon Is Now
      Written by Morrissey and Johnny Marr
      Performed by The Smiths
      True
      Written by Gary Kemp
      Performed by Steve Buscemi
      The Goofball Brothers Show
      Written and Performed by Sourcerer
      Material Girl
      Written by Peter H. Brown and Robert Rans (as Robert S. Rans)
      Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
      Written by George Michael

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Comedy, Drama

Themes

Love & Romance, music and dancing, relationship woes, love story, catchy soundtrack