The Wedding Singer is the first collaboration for Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, it's directed by Frank Coraci who later directs Adam Sandler in films like The Waterboy, Click, and Blended. The movie is about a wedding singer who was about to get married, but his fiancée didn't come to the wedding and broke the whole relationship. Robert Hart (Adam Sandler) was very depressed, until Julia Sullivan (Drew Barrymore) tries to cheer him up by asking him to go to her parties. Of all films, this is one of them that I wanted to see for a long time, and I never get the chance because it's either checked out in the rental store, or that it's in a channel on DirecTV that I don't have. The reason that I wanted to see it is because it's the highest rating for a comedy film that's written by the usual writers from Happy Madison Productions which surprises me with most of his others that I end up not liking much, or just downright hated it. As they say though, things will come to you out of the most unexpected places, and I found it while looking for movies to rent. Was it worth it in the end after waiting months to watch it? Surprisingly it really was and I'm just so glad that I even got to watch The Wedding Singer. Adam Sandler is really funny in this and is very charming. The aspect of this that stands out from the usual Adam Sandler films is that his character is actually not a jerk, he acts very nice, and when he does act like a jerk, he doesn't do that much of it, it's actually kind of funny, and the movie addresses that what he saying is completely rude and he tries to redeem himself for it. The humor in this is very funny, and it's not even because of the roast jokes as that's not in it that much. The chemistry between the main leads is really good, and they work each other off very well. The songs that Adam Sandler sings, whether they written by him or not, are very catchy and they give a laugh to me. Especially at the end with the song being adorable and romantic. The only problem that I have is that it has some romantic tropes that kind of got me irritated whether it's the misunderstanding part, or the end part where it gets the resolution down of where it's going, but if that's the only bad thing that I can say of an Adam Sandler film where the jokes are actually not bad in this, I can certainly say that The Wedding Singer is Adam Sandler's funniest movie, and I wish that he come back to this type of character.