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February 13, 1998
PG-13 , 1 hr 36 min
2,277 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: An entertainer (Adam Sandler) and a waitress (Drew Barrymore) work at weddings.
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A script with a streak of clever cynicism and poignancy, a soundtrack of tunes you thought had long since departed to the vinyl graveyard...
Christian Science Monitor
By David Sterritt
The movie is surprisingly strong despite its potentially flaky plot, combining '80s-style humor with a sincere romantic story.
By Owen Gleiberman
As a romantic comedy, the picture is pleasant, predictable, and utterly weightless.
By Maitland McDonagh
Yes, it's sappy. It's also silly, utterly unironic, a sketch stretched out to feature length, and, if you're in the right mood, pretty...
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
By Liam Lacey
Finally, an Adam Sandler comedy that you can sit through without wanting to throw a mallet through the screen.
San Francisco Examiner
The considerable appeal of this movie has to do with its roots in those nice, comforting love stories of the 1930s.
By James Berardinelli
This movie desperately wants to be liked. The problem is, there's not much here to like -- at least nothing that's new or interesting.
San Francisco Chronicle
A sweet-natured if formulaic romantic comedy.
By Ron Wells
It's charmingly bad and an excellent date film.
By Roger Ebert
The screenplay reads like a collaboration between Jekyll and Hyde.
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Rated PG-13 | For Sex-Related Material and Language
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Common Sense Media says Iffy for 13+
Not the most original comedy, but many will enjoy.
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