Drew Barrymore pledges to celebrate life at the end of the world in her second directorial effort

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8 Responses to “Drew Barrymore pledges to celebrate life at the end of the world in her second directorial effort”

  1. peted66616 says:

    Sounds like Last Night

    Not that there’s anything wrong with yet another apocalypse movie, whether it’s a tale of survival or surrender. Just thought I’d mention it. :)

  2. William says:

    Ditto on Last Night. A great, tiny film – not be confused with About Last Night.

  3. robcat2075 says:

    Yup.  The 1998 “Last Night”

    Although Drew’s sounds more up beat?  We’ll know when we see it.

  4. Zyr says:

    Also sounds a bit like Melancholia (
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melancholia_(2011_film))

    I haven’t seen it, but it appears to be about how depressed people handle stress better, cause who the fuck cares about the world ending when you’re depressed, I guess.

  5. Deidzoeb says:

    Not going to be a remake of the hi-larious suicide comedy The End starring Burt Reynolds? *pout*

  6. rocketpjs says:

    Last night was a truly brilliant little movie.

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