[after his parents have left, thinking he is ill] "They bought it. Incredible! One of the worst performances of my…
I Love You, Beth Cooper
Popularity is nice. Popular girls are not.
Nerdy teenager Denis Cooverman (Paul Rust) harbors a secret crush on Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere), the hottest girl in high school. During his graduation speech, Denis lets the cat out of the bag and declares his love for Beth, who, instead of dissing Denis, shows up at his house later that day and promises to show him the time of his life.
This was actually not as awful as I expected to be. I mean, it started off really awful, and continued (less) awful until the end, but I was expecting it to be even more awful than it actually was. It's still shit, just so we're clear.
It's your average shitty American Pie rip-off, with just another unlikable and unrelatable nerdy guy who somehow manages to get the hottest chick in his school, who happens to be a bitch but in reality she's really caring and sweet? Yeah, if this type of girl existed, there would be no single guys nowadays, so I guess we can call it bullshit.
Acting was bad, writing was bad, and most of the jokes fell…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
this is the best movie ever
Still love me?
No. No I do not. The movie is made competently and everything, but the humor is straight out of a mediocre network sitcom. They introduced one moment that was interesting for the characters but did absolutely nothing with it.
Paul Rust and Hayden Panettiere do the best they can, but they just can't magically make mediocre dialogue come out hilarious. If the film was better or worst I could write more about it, but as it is you can only say a film is mediocre so many ways.
You know how garbage fires are kind of mesmerizing? Oh, you don't light garbage on fire? Yeah, neither do I. And actually it's not that mesmerizing, to tell the truth. It's just really hot garbage that you can't touch for a while, in order to shovel it into a ditch. And then you do, it's still garbage, just slightly cooler. Anyways fuck this movie.
It wasn't as bad as everyone says!
A tongue-in-cheek romantic comedy, that plays on the movie trope of the golden period of life in the last year at high school. It takes half a step beyond the cliche to make the point that for some kids high school wasn't fun, but rarely strays beyond the safe zone of high school comedies.
Hayden P and the amazing Paul Rust struggle to bring this mediocre sub-American Pie schlock to life. It's fun to see Rusty in a lead role, and he tries his best, but it's not the right movie for him, with a formulaic, questionable and poorly written screenplay, and bland, flat direction from Christopher Columbus.
Nerd loser gets with the hot girl. They both discover that they're "three demensional".
I have a couple of friends who hate this movie. They hate everything about it. I didn't find it sucha bad film. It's ok. It's not great, but the initial idea is a good one. And it has a few excelent dialogues. Hayden Whatsherlastname is as good as she can, which is good enough. And the two kids in the main roles are ok as well. It's not a life chaging movie and it's not Chris Columbus's best, but it's not a bad movie.
"You know I was named after this song."
"You were named after a Kiss song?"
Suprisingly as a movie I was made to watch for date night with my girlfriend this movie didn't suck as I expected it to, it made me laugh at random moments throughout and was really enjoyable, the story was good and featured good dialogue throughout and despite my initial thoughts that this was just going to be yet another boring romantic comedy it actually stands out as being a good movie.
The casting is good as all the characters look the right age and actually fit the roles well, during most of the movie you can tell that the cast are enjoying working on the…
Not entirely bad but doesn't really stand out in anyway.
1.5 out of 5 (C-)
I Love You, Beth Cooper is a waste of Panettiere's talent in a below average screenplay with one-dimensional characters.
Not as bad as everyone says, actors are too old but there are some laughs and Cameron is back from the 80's.
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