In 1999, Drew Barrymore tricked everyone into thinking she's a high school student in this delightful comedy about dorky Josie Gellar looking for her very first kiss.
In her first of three movies with Adam Sandler, 1998's Wedding Singer is their most memorable. Who could forget the romantic airplane song at the end?
6 years after the Wedding Singer, Drew and Adam team up again in a beautiful romantic comedy set in Hawaii. Drew played Lucy, a woman with short term memory loss and Adam Sandler plays her boyfriend who has to convince her to fall in love with him every single day!
In this 1998 retelling of the classic fairytale Cinderella, Drew shines as the sweet and innocent Danielle de Barbarac. You can't help but root for her until the very last second of the film.
Have you ever seen three strong and independent woman kick more ass than in Charlie's Angels? It's no doubt Drew, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Lui were BFFs during filming. The chemistry between these three actresses were completely palpable.
In 2010, Drew and her then-boyfriend Justin Long shared scenes together in this rom-com about long distance relationships. It's a sweet yet wildy hilarious movie co-starring notorious scene-stealers Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis.
This 2009 HBO film based on the documentary about Jackie O's relatives earned Drew Barrymore her first ever Golden Globe Award! Well-deserved.
If there's one word to describe Drew Barrymore's cameo in the first installment of Scream it's: ICONIC. The blonde bob. The giant white cordless phone. The stove-top popcorn. "What's your favourtie scary movie?"
Drew doesn't just excel in front of the camera. In 2009 she proved she's got talent behind the camera as well, in her directorial debut Whip It! Starring Ellen Page and Kristen Wiig, it's an empowering story about an all-girl roller derby league.
This drama didn't bring big bucks at the box office, but it showed critics Drew's acting range goes beyond just the cute and goofy girl next door. In this film, Drew plays a young, single mother who has dreams of becoming a writer while dealing with a heartbreaking divorce and a drug-addicted father.
Since the late '90s, Drew Barrymore has reigned as Queen of the Rom-Coms (sorry Meg Ryan!). The bright and bubbly actress is likeable in every film she's cast and has unstoppable chemistry with everyone from Adam Sandler to Justin Long. Every so often Drew Barrymore will step out of her comfort zone by playing a more complicated character in a drama or thriller and we can't take our eyes off of her. These are our favouite Drew Barrymore movies.