A musician who tries to make a living singing at weddings (this being the 1980s), is stood up at his own wedding when his one true love fails to arrive. Before long however, he starts falling in love with a sweet young waitress...
128 minutes, Parental Guidance under 13 (Language)
Robert Haynes: Fair to vrot romantic comedy that is essentially a one joke movie...Sweet in places...sniggery in others...but certainly nothing to write home about. Wait for video, rather ! Not bad, just not very good either...
Elaine Daker: Great laugh and light entertainment for the whole family - worth seeing.
Shaun Myburg: Good cast, good music, good fun! The teaming of Sandler and Barrymore is well blended. While Adam Sandler seems to have toned down his over-acting, he stil keeps us in stiches with his sarcasm. I am a big fan of his and feel he is is getting better with each film. Perhaps this is why is is so compatible with Drew, they both seem to be able to give great performances at will, the sign of a great duo! I hope to see them together again. Nice cameo by Billy Idol to round things off!
Stan Contat: The best 80's soundtrack yet, and what can be considered by me as ''the feel-good movie of the year.''