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The Wedding Singer Movie: How To Get People To Listen And Help You?

Tuesday, August 30, 2016
(Warning for possible spoilers for The Wedding Singer 1998 American romantic comedy film, which is about a guy who has his heart broken by the one he supposedly loves. But he ends up meeting someone else and eventually gets his happy ending)

Falling in love with someone who is already engaged

the wedding singer, 1998 american romantic comedy movie, film
In The Wedding Singer, the title character, Robbie Hart (Adam Sandler), finds himself falling in love with Julia Sullivan (Drew Barrymore), a waitress and the main female character.

That’s all well and good, but the problem is that Julia is already engaged to be married to her fiancé named Glenn Gulia (Matthew Glave).

Glenn turns out to be a very horrible person though as he has no qualms cheating on Julia. This gives Julia an awfully convenient reason to fall in love with someone else.

Problems thanks to a misunderstanding

Anyway, thanks to a misunderstanding, Julia thinks that Robbie is back with Linda (Angela Featherstone), his former fiancée.

This prompts her to head to Las Vegas with Glenn so they can get married right away. Naturally, Robbie wants to stop this from happening. He follows after the couple as soon as he finds out about the misunderstanding.

Airplane scene in The Wedding Singer

the wedding singer, 1998 american romantic comedy movie, film, drew barrymore, adam sandler, robbie hart, julia sullivan
Who would have thought that the trio would end up in the same airplane? It does seem awfully convenient, no?

Nonetheless, I didn’t mind it all that much as what happened between Julia and Robbie in that scene was really quiet sweet.

The Wedding Singer befriends practically everyone on the plane

Aside from that part, another thing that I liked about this airplane scene was how Robbie was able to befriend all the people in the first class section of the plane.

I found it amusing, cool and even heartwarming when we see Robbie telling everyone on the plane what happened between him and Julia and having all those people listening intently and supporting him and being on his side.

Maybe it’s not all that realistic as some people might not really care about these kinds of things, but, I liked that scene in The Wedding Singer anyway.

It was great how the people were nice and kind enough to listen to Robbie’s story. More than that, they even took the time and effort to help him out. What do you think about this scene from the movie?

*Notes:
- Image with added text was modified by Freya Yuki (CC:BY-SA) based on the image by CoDLia (CC:BY-SA) from deviantArt
- Image is meant to symbolize Julia and Robbie and what happened in the airplane scene because the couple in said image also looks sweet and adorable

- Second pic is from Amazon.com; link shown above
- YouTube video features a scene from The Wedding Singer

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