Melissa Joan Hart may wonder if promoting her new movie was worth all the bother. Her “Drive Me Crazy” drew mostly two-star reviews (and only one star in New York’s Daily News). “Its narrative leftovers replicate that feeling you get when you hit the deli late and all that’s left is limp coleslaw and a quarter-cheesecake with a crawling ant on top,” lamented USA Today. The “Sabrina” star stirred up a cauldron of controversy when she posed provocatively on the covers of Maxim and Bikini magazines to help hype the feature-film farce. Archie Comics, which owns the Sabrina character, was outraged by the photographs — and is demanding an apology from Hart. The star’s publicist pledged this week that Hart, 23, will address Archie CEO Michael Silberkeit “directly and privately.” Publicly, Hart told Regis and Kathie Lee on their talk show that posing nude for Maxim was “kind of like playing Cindy Crawford for the day and just having fun.”