All of Adam Sandler & Drew Barrymore’s Movies, Ranked

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When it comes to iconic Hollywood duos, none compare to the comedic genius of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. Not only has the pair worked together on a handful of projects, but they’ve also built a strong friendship outside of their professional relationship.

While they’ve only starred in three movies together (we were surprised too), future films aren’t out of the question. In fact, the Santa Clarita Diet star has been open about her desire to make another flick with her pal. “I want to make movies with him forever,” she told People in 2019. “We always get like time and an instinct thing. We’ve done it three times now, so we know we have more to go.”

Let's take a trip down memory lane and rank all three of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore’s movies, from charming to straight-up iconic.

Warner Bros

3. ‘blended’ (2014)

What’s it about? After a bad blind date, Jim and Lauren find themselves and their respective families (including children) all stuck together in one suite at an African resort for families. However, what starts off as an unfortunate situation turns into an action-packed vacation where the two parents start to realize there might be a potential for a relationship after all.

Why It's Our Least Favorite: Sandler and Barrymore's acting is great...but the storyline fizzles. It's fun to watch as you tackle chores or second-screen; not so great on its own.

Where can I watch? Available on Amazon

50 first dates
Columbia Pictures

2. ‘50 First Dates’ (2004)

What’s it about? 50 First Dates is a real-life love story (which is why it’s number two on our list) of a veterinarian who falls for a woman with daily memory loss. Her memory resets when she sleeps, so he must remind her of their marriage, the accident and her progress every morning. The film is based on the true story of Michelle Philpots, who suffered two head injuries, in 1985 and 1990.

Why It's Our Second Favorite: The chemistry is definitely there between Sandler and Barrymore, however, what Rotten Tomatoes calls “gross out humor” monopolizes a lot of the storyline.

Where can I watch? Available on Amazon

the wedidng singer
New Line Cinema

1. ‘the Wedding Singer’ (1998)

What’s it about? After being abandoned at the altar by his fiancé, Robbie Hart must return to work, which happens to be one of the most romantic jobs in the world—singing at weddings. However, things change when he falls in love with Julie, a woman who has enlisted him to help plan her own wedding.

Why It's Our Favorite: Aside from the charming and hilarious way Sandler and Barrymore riff off each other, it’s the ’80s fashion and awesome tunes make this sweet flick a total classic.

Where can I watch? Available on Amazon