It’s 1985 and Robbie Hart (Adam Sandler, Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison) is the ultimate master of ceremonies… until he is left at the altar at his own wedding. Devastated, he becomes a newlywed’s worst nightmare — an entertainer who can do nothing but destroy other people’s weddings. It’s not until he meets a warm-hearted waitress named Julia (Drew Barrymore, Scream), that he starts to pick up the pieces of his heart. The only problem is Julia’s about to have a wedding of her own and unless Robbie can pull off the performance of a lifetime, the girl of his dreams will be gone forever. –New Line Cinema
Frank Coraci (born February 3, 1966) is an American film director and screenwriter best known for his work with Adam Sandler.
Coraci was born in Shirley, New York. Coraci graduated from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 1988. He has directed three of Sandler’s hit films (The Wedding Singer, The Waterboy and Click) as well as several of Sandler’s music videos. He makes an appearance as the title character in Sandler’s video for “The Lonesome Kicker”. A graduate from William Floyd H.S. 1984
Coraci also directed the Jackie Chan film Around the World in 80 Days which, compared to his Adam Sandler-starring hits, was known for being a major box office failure, earning only US$24 million at the US box office against a US$110 million budget.
Coraci directed Zookeeper, a romantic comedy starting Kevin James in the lead role and Rosario Dawson, released in 2011. —Wikipedia
I have a very (read: very) mild affection for this one. Sure, it's corny, old-fashioned and full of cliches, but it has a sweetness to it, and it isn't completely obnoxious like a lot of Sandler's work. Comparing it to Sandler's more recent wave of cinematic turds makes it seem like a pretty good flick. I wouldn't actively seek it out, but if I'm forced to watch it on a Greyhound, I won't want to blow my brains out.