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You’ll Love This Adam Sandler And Drew Barrymore Love Song More Than A Rom-Com Loves Cliches

You'll Love This Adam Sandler And Drew Barrymore Love Song More Than A Rom-Com Loves Cliches

It’s called the “Every 10 Years” song, which is technically inaccurate since they starred in The Wedding Singer only six years before 50 First Dates. But when you ignore that little detail, this song will charm your socks off. And then when your feet get cold from the lack of socks, it’ll warm your heart so much that you won’t even notice. More »

Drew Barrymore Should’ve Been Institutionalized And Not Married In 50 First Dates

Drew Barrymore Should've Been Institutionalized And Not Married In 50 First Dates

While I loved the chemistry between Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler in The Wedding Singer, I couldn’t stand them as a couple in 50 First Dates. Mostly because all of their interactions in this “romantic comedy” made me incredibly uncomfortable. Then again maybe I’m just old-fashioned in the sense that I believe stalking a disabled girl isn’t sweet or funny. More »

What Your Favorite Grown Ups 2 Character Says About You

What Your Favorite Grown Ups 2 Character Says About You

You probably know by now that Grown Ups 2 is now playing and I hope you’re just as excited to see it in theaters as I am! Personally, I thought the first Grown Ups was hilarious to watch because it reminded me of all the funny moments I’ve had with my own crazy friends, and I’m sure the second one will give me that same relatable, delightful feeling. In Grown-Ups 2, each character has his own sense of humor and distinct personality, but with comedy as a commonplace, somehow these grown-ups mesh together to create a perfect dysfunction. More »

Enter Teen.com’s Sweepstakes To Win A Grown Ups 2 Screening Party For You And Your Friends!

Enter Teen.com's Sweepstakes To Win A Grown Ups 2 Screening Party For You And Your Friends!

In Grown Ups 2, Lenny (Adam Sandler) and his wife and kids move back to his hometown to be with his high school friends and their families. All of the original and hilarious cast members have returned to throw a lot more laughs your way. In celebration of the movie, our friends over at Teen.com are running a sweepstakes, giving you the chance to win a screening party of the movie right in your hometown for you and 50 friends! More »

I Don’t Know How Anyone Who Worked On The Racist, Misogynistic, Incestuous That’s My Boy Can Sleep At Night

I Don't Know How Anyone Who Worked On The Racist, Misogynistic, Incestuous That's My Boy Can Sleep At Night

It was only about three-quarters of the way through That’s My Boy, when my friend turned to me and said, “Wow, you look like you’re having a great time,” that I realized just how hard I had been clenching my jaw for 100 minutes. But with a movie whose premise and majority of its jokes are based on how awesome it is for a teacher to rape a 13-year-old boy… can you blame me? More »