The Wedding Singer (1998)
Starring: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Christine Taylor, Allen Covert, Matthew Glave
Directed by Frank Coraci
The clip reasons to get married from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Christine Taylor, Drew Barrymore
I have a bad headache.
A really bad headache.
Can I cook you some breakfast?
How was your bottle of rum last night?
I didn't vomit on you, did I?
A little on my shoe, but I was wearing your shoes.
So, did anything happen with Robbie last night?
Did you kiss him, or did he kiss you?
I kissed him.
And then what?
He sure doesn't think much of Glenn, though.
Really? What did he say?
That Glenn's a jerk-off.
Why would he say that?
Who knows? Maybe he was jealous.
Don't worry. I told him why you were marrying him.
Why did you tell him I was marrying him?
Because you love him...
because with Glenn, you'll have security.
But that's not why I'm marrying him.
Then why are you?
The clip reasons to get married Part 2 from The Wedding Singer (1998)
Hi, Rosie. How are you?
Is Robbie here? I came by to give him something.
No, Julia. I'm afraid he's not.
But it's Thursday. You have singing lessons today.
Now that he's gone to the city to get a real job...
he doesn't have time to give me lessons.
Why do you think you'd be a good hire for this bank?
The clip job interview from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Kevin Nealon, Adam Sandler
I'm ready to work hard...
and when I put my mind to something, I go all the way.
I'll go all the way for you, sir.
Do you have any experience?
I have no experience, but I'm a big fan of money.
I like it. I use it. I have a little.
I keep it in a jar on top of my refrigerator.
I'd like to put more in it. That's where you come in.
He wants to make money.
Live in a nice house with wide windows and lamps.
You can't expect him to live forever with his sister...
and the nipple-twisting that goes on there.
I thank you for your time.
Actually, sir, I need this job to impress a girl.
Will you leave now, please?
You don't even have to give me the job.
If you could give me some cards with my name on it...
I think that might help.
I'm gonna try and go look for him, OK?
Tell him I'll give him a raise.
Three meatballs a lesson.
How about this?
10 singing lessons for one business card.
Thank you very much.
The clip Glenn hits Robbie from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Matthew Glave, Adam Sandler
It's the wedding singer.
Hey, Glenn. What's up?
I heard you couldn't close the deal with Holly.
What's the matter with that? You're not...
You like women, right?
Not as much as you do, I guess.
We're gonna have a little pre-bachelor party.
You want to come and have a beer?
You're ridiculous, man.
Stop all this cheating shit, moron.
She's a good girl.
don't go snitchin' to Julia about this.
I know you got some little crush on her...
but you gotta face the facts.
She'd rather go to bed with a real man...
not some poor singing orphan.
All right, shithead. I haven't been in a fight...
since I was in the fifth grade...
but I beat the shit out of that kid...
so now I'm gonna beat the shit out of you.
What are you doing?
I used to be much stronger.
Why don't you write a song about this?
You can call it...
"I got punched in the nose...
"for stickin' my face in other people's business. "
Way to go.
Sounds like a country song.
The clip Julia Gulia from The Wedding Singer (1998)
Hi. Nice to meet you.
I'm Mrs. Glenn Gulia.
Hello. It's nice to meet you. I'm Julia Gulia.
Right when I wake up in the morning...
you're the first person that pops in my head.
I keep thinking about you over and over.
It's nice to meet you. I'm Mrs. Julia Gulia.
I'm pleased to meet you.
I'm Mrs. Robbie Hart.
Robbie and I are so pleased you could come to our wedding.
The clip giving up from The Wedding Singer (1998)
She just looked way too happy. I couldn't do it.
I'm sorry, man.
Hey, Rudy. Get Robbie a double.
Actually, Rudy, don't even worry about it.
I brought my own.
You can't drink that in here.
I'll finish up in the alley. Are you guys coming?
The clip Linda's return from The Wedding Singer (1998)
Kiss my grits.
I can see that you're drunk, and that's OK.
I'm still gonna tell you this.
I really miss you, and I want to come back.
I don't want to be alone anymore.
You're not alone anymore.
The clip find someone to love from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Adam Sandler, Allen Covert
But I gotta get that out of my head, you know?
From now on, I'm gonna be like you.
I'm gonna be with a different chick every night...
and then I'll send them packin'.
Sounds like you got it all figured out.
I'm gonna have to give them cab money to go home...
because I'll feel bad if I don't...
but after that, it's Bye-Bye, Birdie.
That's it, man, starting right now.
We are gonna be free and happy the rest of our lives.
I'm not happy. I'm miserable.
I grew up idolizing guys...
like Fonzie and Vinnie Barbarino...
'cause they got a lot of chicks.
You know what happened to Fonzie and Vinnie Barbarino?
I read that Fonzie wants to be a director...
and Barbarino, I think, the mechanical bull movie.
I didn't see it yet.
Their shows got canceled 'cause no one wants to see
a 50-year-old guy hitting on chicks.
What are you saying?
What I'm saying is, all I really want...
is someone to hold me...
and tell me that everything is gonna be all right.
Everything is gonna be all right.
If you found someone you can love...
you can't let her get away.
You're right, man. Thank you, Sammy.
Don't tell anyone what I said.
The clip Material world from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Adam Sandler
Hey, Julia. What are you doing here?
I went by Rosie's to find you.
I'm not doing that anymore.
I thought that teaching was a big part of your life.
It was, but now I'm doing some stuff...
to better my situation.
Sounds kind of selfish.
It's not selfish. There's a lot of money out there.
I'm trying to get my hands on some.
But you don't want to be just another yuppie idiot.
What's wrong with that?
Don't want to live in my sister's basement anymore.
I want to get a big house, have some security.
Can't do that doing favors for people all the time...
getting paid in meatballs.
But you're above all that material bullshit.
I don't know. We're living in a material world...
and I am a material girl. Or boy.
No, you're not.
What about you? You're into material shit.
What do you mean?
You're marrying Glenn 'cause he's got money.
Oh, my gosh. She made me a present.
I am an asshole!
You're going to the mental institution.
The clip Robbie's feelings from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Carmen Filpi
Give me the same, please.
There he is.
You all right?
You know something?
You were right. You've always been right.
What have I been so right about?
Women. You just have fun with them.
You get emotionally involved, and they end up...
What do they do to you?
They rip your heart out of your ass.
Did something happen with Julia?
I went on that double date, right?
And the moron she's gonna marry...
actually tells me he cheats on her.
But can I tell her?
No. Who am I to break up a marriage?
You need a prostitute.
Anyways... I'm confused.
Because you like her.
I think I'm in love with her.
The clip Julia meets Linda from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Drew Barrymore, Angela Featherstone
Can I help you?
Is Robbie here?
I'm afraid he's indisposed.
You must be Linda.
Yeah, that's me... Robbie's fiancee.
Who are you?
I'm Julia Sullivan.
Would you tell him that I came by to see him?
Oh, yeah, surely will, Jennifer.
The clip cold feet from The Wedding Singer (1998)
Do you really like Glenn?
Oh, sure, honey. What's not to like?
He's rich, he's charming, he's handsome...
and now he's really got it all 'cause he's got you.
Honey, what's the matter?
I don't know if I'm in love with him anymore.
Why? What happened?
I just don't know if he's the right guy for me.
And I've been spending a lot of time...
with this other man, Robbie Hart.
The wedding singer?
You're thinking of leaving Glenn for the wedding singer?
I don't know what I'm thinking.
I know, sweetie.
You've got what is known as the jitters, cold feet.
Everybody has 'em. I had 'em.
Course, I should have run screaming down the street...
instead of marrying your father, but Glenn is different.
He's a keeper.
You're gonna marry Glenn on Sunday.
You're gonna love him...
and everything's gonna be wonderful.
Where's your veil? It's downstairs.
I'll go get it.
The clip it's over from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Adam Sandler
Wake up, sleepyhead.
This is the first day of our new life together.
Wake me up...
Before you go-go.
Don't leave me hanging on like a solo.
What are you doing here?
Well, you passed out, so I took care of you.
What? Why'd you take care of me?
I told you last night. I realized I was wrong...
and I want to take care of you for good.
I can learn to deal with the fact...
that you're a wedding singer and not a rock star.
You can learn to deal with that?
I don't want you to learn to deal with that.
That's not how it works. Jeez!
Maybe we should talk about this when you're feeling better.
I'm not gonna feel better about this.
Now please get out of my Van Halen t-shirt...
before you jinx the band and they break up.
So you're still pissed about that wedding thing.
The clip going to Vegas from The Wedding Singer (1998)
Glenn, good morning.
You gonna make breakfast in bed?
Actually, I've been doing some thinking, and...
I don't need a big wedding...
and I think that I've been really selfish...
making you do something you don't even want to do.
You wanna go to Vegas?
All right. Let's go.
The clip Rosie's 50th anniversary from The Wedding Singer (1998) with Christine Taylor, Adam Sandler
There were bells...
On a hill...
But I never heard them ringing.
No, I never heard them at all...
'Til there was you.
And there was music...
And there were wonderful roses.
They tell me...
Of dawn and dew.
There was love...
Flight number 1156 is now ready for boarding.
We'd like to ask passengers traveling with small children...
I never heard it at all...
'Til there was you.
I just always envisioned the right one...
being someone I could grow old with.
I know. I'll go get the car.
I gotta go take care of something, OK?
I know you do. Go get her.
I need to talk to you.
I can't talk right now.
Are you back with Linda?
No. Who said that?
Julia. She went to your house...
to tell you she was falling for you...
and Linda answered the door in her underwear.
She was so upset...
she and Glenn jumped a plane to Vegas.
What do you mean? They're getting married tomorrow.
Apparently, that wasn't soon enough.
I said, hip, hop...