The very first of three movie collaborations for Alan Sandler and Drew Barrymore, and to be honest, they've always been chasing the magic they made together in this movie. Whether it's the cheesy eighties backdrop, the catchy soundtrack or just the genuineness that sits below the surface of this comedy, it really works and it's difficult not to enjoy. It begins by Adam Sandler's character being pretty much ditched at the altar. He is a broken man but his new found friendship with Miss Barrymore soon brings a spark back to his life again, pity she's all set to marry some other dude... think we'll need an unbelievably cute airplane song to fix this dilemna. Oh and Billy Idol.