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Mon, Aug 29 at 8:00pm

THE WEDDING SINGER

  • Dir. Frank Coraci
  • USA
  • 1998
  • 95 min.
  • PG-13
  • 35mm
  • Assistive Listening
  • Hearing Loop
THE WEDDING SINGER

Part of Music City Mondays.

Aspiring rock ‘n’ roller Robbie Hart (Adam 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. With its heart proudly on its sleeve and plenty of goofy charm to spare, this nostalgic throwback to the styles and sounds of the ‘80s will get even the most reluctant partygoer out on the dance floor. Screening in 35mm

“A script with a streak of clever cynicism and poignancy, a soundtrack of tunes you thought had long since departed to the vinyl graveyard and one of the most adorable screen pairings in ages in Sandler and Barrymore and the result is a film which, while hardly high art, is simply irresistible.” —Caroline Westbrook, Empire

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