I used to think that I hated Drew Barrymore because of Charlie’s Angels, her stupid palsy face, and for doing stuff like this:
I still kind of hate her, but after having a recent discussion with my friends, I’ve come to the startling realization that I may like Drew Barrymore. I know, it makes me cringe too, but let me explain:
- I loved “Ever After.” It’s a beautiful dream-like movie that I used to watch over and over when I was younger.
- I may be the only person in world who actually watched, let alone liked the movie “Never Been Kissed.”
- I absolutely love “The Wedding Singer.” It is one of my favorite pseudo ’80s movies of all time. It’s one of those movies that, if it’s on, I’ll drop everything to watch.
- “Donnie Darko”
- “Whip It” was actually not that bad either. If you can get over the awfulness of Ellen Page (which some people can’t) it’s worth it. Maybe I just liked it because of the roller derby factor, who knows?
In any account, I felt it was necessary to share my feelings on the subject.
2 thoughts on “My thoughts on Drew Barrymore”
Sometimes our differences in opinion hurts. I love Drew Barrymore, aside from being Hollywood royalty, she was the single best host on SNL ever as a child, her E true hollywood story is totally the best one (who goes to rehab before age 15?) and she dated Tom Green.
So dear Sarah, I implore you to watch some of the following:
1. Everyone Says I love You, it’s Woody Allen you’ll like it.
2. My Date with Drew ( a documentary from a fellow fan)
3. Grey Gardens
4. Music and Lyrics.
5. Olive the Other Reindeer (my favorite Christmas movie)
6.Riding in Cars with Boys.
Very good points. I did see “Riding in Cars With Boys” and really enjoyed it; that’s one that I forgot to put on there.
I think I’ll give her another try. “Fever Pitch” kind of made me want to vomit, but I think that was just because of Jimmy Fallon laughing and looking at the camera.