Never Been Kissed [Region 4]
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|Format: ||DVD (PG)|
|Release Date: ||07 June 2000|
Josie Geller (Drew Barrymore) is ready for a change. As the youngest copy editor at a big-city newspaper, she longs to be taken seriously as a journalist. But while Josie excels as the nerdy brain at work, her personal life is another story. Still plagued by her teenage reputation as a "geek to the core", Josie is a twenty-five-year-old who has never had a serious love relationship - she has never really been kissed! Against all odds, Josie lands her first assignment as a reporter: she must go undercover posing as a student at a local high school. The situation proves hilarious as Josie attempts to juggle her story assignment, a potential new love and the never-ending dramas of adolescence.
This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for Australia.
A. David Burleigh, Acacia Rogers, Alex Solowitz, Allen Covert, Amanda Wilmshurst, Andrew Wilson, Asdrubal Sierra, Billy McLellan, Brandon Williams, Carmen Lee, Chad Haywood, Chad Todhunter, Charles Stewart|
Drew Barrymore, Jeffrey Downer, Nancy Juvonen|
20th Century Fox |
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A ludicriously silly romantic comedy about a reporter (played by Drew Barrymore) who goes undercover as a teenager to report on the goings on of a typical American high school (would have made sense to do it as teacher you'd think). Here she deals with her own terrible experiences in high school and sets out to have her first kiss. The film is overlong, only funny on occasions, and Barrymore is particuarly obnoxious.
Absolutley one of my favourite chick flicks. Pick it up today there isnt a funnier movies about geeks that fall in love with their school teachers.
Its fun it will make you laugh and make you think of life just that little bit differently. Its a chick flick through and through sure to be a date pleaser. So go ahead and pick it up
I was a little disappointed at this comedy flick with Drew Barrymore.
I enjoyed it, but I found that her character could have been better explored.
A great family film, demonstrates that beauty comes from within.
A very good movie for every type of person looking for a good time as Brew Barrymore who grew up as the kids called her a " geek " and of course something like that will definitly destroy any person and because of that she has not been kissed before. As she poses as a 17 year old at her old highschool for her first undercover feature for a newspaper she falls for one of her teachers.
Drew Barrymore did a brilliant job acting in this film. There is a lot of wit and fun in the film and it really opens your eyes to what schools and proms would be like in America. Very well written and the end is just brilliant, you sit there aching and feeling for her.
This is a formula movie that you know what is to happen as it has many times before. It does serve the purpose of spending time. The acting is good and the scenes are adequate.
The story of an undercover reporter in a high school playing a kid again has the chance to do it all over. Will it be different this time as she has the knowledge of hindsight? Will there be conflicts of interest? If so, how do you deal with them?
this is a pretty cute rom com about poor drew barrymore having never been kissed, and then going back undercover as a high school student for a news case. there are some funny scenes when drew first goes back, because she is so behind the times. then she falls in love with her teacher, and things get a bit more complicated...
This was enjoyable - probably because I was a picked on nerd in school...
Drew Barrymore plays an undercover reporter who goes into high school, and becomes popular where once she was uncool ("Josie Grossie")...
She falls for her English teacher, falls over a lot... it's not high brow entertainment, but it is a whole heap of fun, and Barrymore is endearing, even if there's no chemistry between the two romantic leads...
This movie is a modern comedy like no other. At the climax you feel almost ready to cry you sympathise with Barrymores character so passionetly. The supporting cast include Michael Vartan and David Arquette. The plot is fresh and the easy to watch as Drew portrays a reporter on her first undercover feature. She is sent back to high school to find out what really happens in learning institutions.
This is a great feel good make your heart go all mushy movie and Drew Barrymoore pulls the character off perfectly as usual. The story line wasnt too bad and there are even quite a few funny parts in this movie. For all young at heart who have ever wanted to go back to high school and re live their youth.
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