Lol its an original way of saying ‘really gets my attention’, in a negative way, as in really gets her mad. There are a lot of expressions like that in English, e.g.
‘Really gets my goat’
‘Really gets my back up’
‘Sends me doo-lally’
The key to interpreting a phrase like Jennifer Lawrence’s here is to try and picture what the person means - this isn’t a phrase you’ll hear a lot, if at all, she might have just made it up, but if you think about something like making a sauce, and you burn the onions, and how annoying that is, that’s a way to figure out what is meant, whenever you hear a phrase of this sort. English is a flexible language, and creative people make up phrases like this that make instant sense to another native speaker, because of the imagery involved.