The Wedding Singer

The Wedding Singer
The Wedding Singer

Year

1998

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

How bad was fashion in the 1980s? Actually, no worse than in any other decade since formal dress codes started to crumble in the late 1950s, but for the sake of this sweet, 80s-set romantic comedy, terrible perms and coloured leather jackets are everywhere. The wedding singer is Robbie, who eventually works out that he is in love with waitress Julia, but then has to find a way of gently letting her known that her fiancé Glenn is a creep. Good jokes, great songs, terrible fashion.

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Contains one use of strong language and moderate sex references.

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