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Drew Barrymore

Director, Actor

E.T.E.T. (1982) Aro Favourite
Dir. Steven Spielberg
Feat. Dee Wallace Stone, Henry Thomas, Peter Coyote
Steven Spielberg cemented his genius with this, possibly the best live–action family film ever made. It's the moving tale of a benign alien who…
FirestarterFirestarter (1984)
Dir. Mark Lester
Feat. Drew Barrymore
Pedestrian Stephen King adaptation with two assets – a pre–pubescent Drew Barrymore and a terrific soundtrack by Tangerine Dream.
Cat's EyeCat's Eye (1985)
Dir. Lewis Teague
Feat. James Woods, Drew Barrymore, Candy Clark
Three Stephen King tales, linked by a wandering feline. Best is the classic story of self–help gone wrong, "Quitters, Inc."
MotoramaMotorama (1991)
Dir. Barry Shils
Feat. Flea, Meatloaf, Drew Barrymore
Hip road movie about a 10–year–old delinquent who steals a car and gets life lessons en route from the likes of Flea, Meatloaf and Drew…
Doppelganger (1992)
Dir. Avi Nesher
Feat. Drew Barrymore
Drew Barrymore plays an innocent who moves in with a budding horror scriptwriter – ultimately providing him with plenty of source material.…
Guncrazy (1992)
Dir. Tamra Davis
Feat. Drew Barrymore, James LeGros, Billy Drago
Drew Barrymore and James LeGros are tearaway teens who find solace in each other, but together sink further into the mire of trouble. Maturely…
Poison Ivy (1992)
Dir. Katt Shea
Feat. Sara Gilbert, Drew Barrymore, Tom Skerritt
An affluent family's problems escalate with the destructive influence of a teenage brat. Drew Barrymore is effortlessly convincing in the title role.
Amy Fisher Story, TheAmy Fisher Story, The (1993)
Dir. Andy Tennant
Feat. Drew Barrymore
Telemovie depiction of the notorious Long Island high–school student whose activities as a violent criminal and teenage prostitute climaxed…
Bad GirlsBad Girls (1994)
Dir. Jonathan Kaplan
Feat. Madeleine Stowe, Andie MacDowell, Mary Stuart Masterson
Saddle up with four popular Hollywood femmes for this enjoyably silly Western – easier on the eye than most.
Boys On the SideBoys On the Side (1995)
Dir. Herbert Ross
Feat. Whoopi Goldberg, Mary-Louise Parker, Drew Barrymore
Strangers hit the road together and share more in common than they expect. As disparate women–of–the–nineties the three stars keep…

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