I'm a fan of Drew Barrymore, and I really believe that the best is yet to come from her. Her acting in this particular rom-com isn't bad at all. But she looks too old for this part, especially next to real-life boyfriend Justin Long. Long looks like he could be her son, and poor Barrymore looks like she needs to get another Botox treatment. The script, although formulaic at times, provides some laughs, as does the supporting cast (Day, Sudeikis, Applegate). I didn't like how willing Barrymore's character was to give up her dream--FOR A SECOND TIME, or the portrayal of this generation's crude way of communicating. Would have liked to see extension of metaphor in dying industries that these characters work for. And to skip the tacked-on ending. So, this movie is kind of hit or miss. And definitely a chick flick.