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Drew Barrymore Characters

How well do you know Drew Barrymore's parts? I will give you the movie and you just have to match it with the name of the character she played in it. This is an adopted quiz. Thanks to Ophelia78 for the original.
This is a renovated/adopted version of an old quiz by author Ophelia78

A matching quiz by Midget40. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Quiz #
Jan 25 24
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(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
Match the movie with the character played by Drew Barrymore. Movies are listed in order of release date.
1. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial  
  Lucy Whitmore
2. Firestarter   
  Sophie Fisher
3. Boys on the Side  
  Charlie McGee
4. Mad Love  
  Josie Gellar
5. The Wedding Singer  
  Danielle De Barbarac
6. Ever After  
  Julia Sullivan
7. Never Been Kissed  
  Beverly Donofrio
8. Riding in Cars with Boys   
  Casey Roberts
9. 50 First Dates   
  Holly Pulchik
10. Music and Lyrics   
  Gertie Taylor

Select each answer

1. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
2. Firestarter
3. Boys on the Side
4. Mad Love
5. The Wedding Singer
6. Ever After
7. Never Been Kissed
8. Riding in Cars with Boys
9. 50 First Dates
10. Music and Lyrics

Most Recent Scores
May 24 2024 : Guest 97: 7/10
May 06 2024 : Johnmcmanners: 10/10
Apr 30 2024 : Guest 208: 7/10
Apr 29 2024 : Guest 73: 10/10
Apr 22 2024 : Guest 142: 3/10
Apr 01 2024 : Guest 174: 0/10
Mar 28 2024 : Guest 199: 6/10

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Answer: Gertie Taylor

"E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" was directed by Steven Spielberg. Released in 1982 it was 7 year old Barrymore's second movie and became a cultural phenomenon as well as launching her successful career in the entertainment industry.

The film follows a young boy named Elliott, who befriends a stranded alien affectionately named E.T. Together with his family and friends he embarks on a heart-warming and emotional journey to help E.T. return home.

Barrymore plays his younger sister Gertie, in a film filled with magical moments and a powerful message of friendship and acceptance.
2. Firestarter

Answer: Charlie McGee

"Firestarter", directed by Mark L. Lester and released in 1984, was a science fiction horror movie based on the novel of the same name by Stephen King.

The movie centers on Charlie McGee, a young girl with pyrokinetic powers, who is on the run with her father from a secret government agency called 'The Shop', that wants to exploit them.

Barrymore was praised for this starring role where she was able to combine both vulnerability and intense power at only 9 years of age.
3. Boys on the Side

Answer: Holly Pulchik

"Boys on the Side", released in 1995 and directed by Herbert Ross, is a dramatic comedy that revolves around the lives of three women who embark on a cross-country road trip.

With co-stars Whoopi Goldberg, a lesbian lounge singer, and Mary-Louise Parker, a real estate agent with a past, Barrymore plays a young, impetuous singer as the three strangers head off to the West Coast.

The trio becomes an unlikely and supportive family to each other in a film that addresses themes of friendship and love amidst a background including abuse and HIV.
4. Mad Love

Answer: Casey Roberts

"Mad Love", released in 1995 and directed by Antonia Bird, is a romantic drama that stars Drew Barrymore and Chris O'Donnell in its leading roles.

It follows the story of free spirited, impulsive Casey Roberts and straight-laced Matt Leleand. The couple fall in love and take off on a road trip together.

The movie follows their burgeoning love story, amidst a background of Casey's deteriorating mental health; unbeknownst to Matt she has Bipolar Disorder and has stopped taking her medications.

Barrymore was praised again for her ability to encompass strength and vulnerability into a performance while managing to capture the complexities of a mental health disorder.
5. The Wedding Singer

Answer: Julia Sullivan

"The Wedding Singer", a romantic comedy starring Barrymore and Adam Sandler, was released in 1998 and directed by Frank Coraci.

Set in the 1980s, it follows Sandler's character, who is a wedding singer with a broken heart and Julie Sullivan, a na´ve waitress dreaming of finding true love. The pair start off as good friends and slowly build a relationship throughout the movie.

Barrymore showcases her ability to play a romantic lead with her sweetness and warmth in a traditional RomCom role.
6. Ever After

Answer: Danielle De Barbarac

Also in 1998, Andy Tennant directed her as Danielle in "Ever After". The movie is a new take on the old "Cinderella" fairy tale. Set in Renaissance-era France Danielle is not sitting around waiting for a prince to save her, she is a spirited, independent woman who works to find her own happy ever after.

That's not to say there isn't a love interest with the handsome prince, that provides a funny, charming romance that runs throughout the story.
7. Never Been Kissed

Answer: Josie Gellar

"Never Been Kissed" is a romantic comedy released in 1999 and directed by Raja Gosnell. Barrymore plays Josie, a socially awkward and nerdy newspaper copy editor, who gets a chance to relive high school for a writing assignment.

Entering the school undercover Josie is convinced things will be different than her high school years, but she finds not much has changed and she is still subject to the same teenage angst, trying to find her own place while still trying to fit in with the popular kids.

The movie captures the awkwardness and vulnerability of adolescence while also highlighting Josie's growth and newfound confidence.
8. Riding in Cars with Boys

Answer: Beverly Donofrio

"Riding in Cars with Boys" is a movie based on an autobiography by Beverly Donofrio and directed by Penny Marshal. Released in 2001 it is a more dramatic role that showcases Barrymore's ability as an actress to portray more complex characters.

She plays the role of Beverley, a working-class girl with aspirations of attending college and becoming a writer, whose life takes an unexpected turn when she becomes a teenage mother. It follows her journey through the challenges of motherhood, her relationships and her pursuit of personal and professional fulfilment.
9. 50 First Dates

Answer: Lucy Whitmore

"50 First Dates", released in 2004 and directed by Peter Segal, is another romantic comedy that also stars Adam Sandler. They also did a third RomCom, "Blended", together in 2014.

Lucy Whitmore has short term memory loss that erases her memory every day. Sandler plays the man who falls in love with her but has to make her fall in love with him again every day.

The film received positive reviews for its unique idea and the continuing chemistry between Barrymore and Sandler.
10. Music and Lyrics

Answer: Sophie Fisher

"Music and Lyrics", released in 2007 and directed by Marc Lawrence, is a romantic comedy that stars Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore. Grant plays Alex, a 1980s pop idol who is given the opportunity to write a song for a new Diva. Sophie has a knack with lyrics and the two pair up.

Of course their creative collaboration blossoms into a romantic relationship, set amidst themes of creativity, second chances and the unexpected nature of love. Barrymore brings her usual light-hearted charm and the pair have a patent onscreen chemistry that led to the movies popularity.
Source: Author Midget40

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