Drew Barrymore

News, Reviews & Features
  • Blended

    Movie Review | Becky Suter | 22nd May 2014

    This is a genuine question: do you find the Red Bull cinema adverts funny? When they come on before a film, do you raise a wry smile, chuckle and say, "Good one, Red Bull!"? If you're the type of person who laughs out loud in an otherwise silent cinema at those types of adverts, you will like Blended. However, I suspect you are an awful human being.

  • Adam Sandler visually thrilled to be reunited with Drew Barrymore

    Movie Feature | Ali Gray | 20th May 2014

    Blended reunites Wedding Singer/50 First Dates stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore this week, and Adam Sandler just couldn't be happier.

  • Going The Distance

    Movie Review | David | 12th September 2010

    With Hollywood searching for new and exciting twists on the traditional romcom, Nanette Burstein's Going The Distance looks at the ins and outs of long-distance relationships. To the film's credit, it is accurate in its depictions of this type of relationship - as a man in one, I can vouch for the hardship of long distance love. However, the film itself is disappointingly run-of-the-mill and occasionally bores with its bog-standard presentation.

  • Ted Danson hates whales

    Movie News | Chris | 1st September 2010

    Larry David's frenemy is causing trouble again, this time angering the population of the Arctic ocean. Rumors that Kirstie Alley will be playing one of the whales have not been substantiated.

  • Drew Barrymore to star and direct in Wizard Of Oz sequel?

    Movie News | Ali | 18th May 2010

    I think I preferred the Todd McFarlane bondage version with Dakota Fanning.

  • Whip It

    Movie Review | Anna | 11th April 2010

    Brace yourself for an education in jamming, whipping and blocking courtesy of Drew Barrymore and her fictional roller derby team. Essentially, roller derby is a sport for people who don't like sport; it's the anti-sport sport, attracting the girls who never got picked to be in the team and got sneered at by the jocks and cheerleaders. In other words it's the perfect set-up for a traditional underdog story.

  • He's Just Not That Into You

    Movie Review | Ali | 8th February 2009

    This shamefully sappy, overly-long romantic odyssey, based on a self-help book of the same name, promises to subvert rom-com clich´┐Ż and burst wide open the so-called 'rules' of dating etiquette. The movie opens with the shocking revelation that boys who push you down in the playground really like you. The rest of the film, des...