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The 15 Harshest Quotes from Reviews of Adam Sandler's 'Blended'

The new Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore movie Blended came out today, and it's been drawing some pretty savage reviews from critics. Currently sitting at 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, it's hardly the most-derided Adam Sandler movie ever (that honor would go to Jack and Jill with 3%) but it's still getting dogpiled on in a way that you don't see with your average studio comedy. We've rounded up some of the meanest quotes from reviews of the movie and gathered them up below, from least-harsh to harshest:

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore Reunite in the Trailer for 'Blended'

Here's the trailer for Blended starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, which follows two single parents who have an awful blind date only to get stuck with each other for the same African safari vacation. Blended (formerly titled The Familymoon) also stars Joel McHale, Wendy McLendon-Covey, Kevin Nealon, and Terry Crews and makes Sandler and Barrymore's third rom-com project together after The Wedding Singer and 50 First Dates. I wonder if these two unlikely lovers will end up together in the end?

Billy Eichner Educates Drew Barrymore on Her Interests in "Would Drew Barrymore Like That?"

Last year Billy Eichner played a fun game of "Would Drew Barrymore Like That?" with Will Ferrell, and in his latest video he decided to go straight to the source and play it with Barrymore herself. It turns out Eichner knows more about Barrymore's interests than she does, including how she feels about "the idea of taking a class" or whether or not she'll ever show up in a cameo on Portlandia.

'Late Show with David Letterman's Most Memorable Moments, Year by Year

After NBC chose Jay Leno to become the new host of The Tonight Show, David Letterman launched Late Show with David Letterman on August 30, 1993, changing the late night television landscape forever. On the verge of becoming the longest tenured host in late night history next year, Letterman has proven that his ironic and cantankerous sense of humor could work and be allowed to evolve at the earlier hour. While he continues to believe that he is living in his shadow, he's the contemporary equivalent of what Johnny Carson used to be, the standard and implied influence for all current and fast approaching late night talk show hosts.

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Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore Enjoy a Game of "Lip Flip"

Not to be outdone by Jennifer Lawrence's admirable attempt at the Tonight Show game "Box of Lies" last week, Drew Barrymore insisted on going from interviewee to interviewer opposite Fallon on Friday through probably the most impressive edition of "Lip Flip" yet.