I Love You, Beth CooperThe movie centers on Beth Cooper, a high-school cheerleader who's plagued with romantic advances from the valedictorian of her class. Much to his surprise, Beth shows up at his door that very night and decides to show him the best night of his life.Keywords:
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Directors of "I Love You, Beth Cooper"Chris ColumbusBirthdate: 10 September 1958, Spangler, Pennsylvania, USA
Creators of "I Love You, Beth Cooper"Larry DoyleBirthdate: 13 November 1958, Camden, New Jersey, USA
Critic Reviews of "I Love You, Beth Cooper"Time OutAugust 21, 2009
There's the potential for 'Superbad'-style comedy when Denis and his pal go on the run with Beth and friends, but the pace is slow and lines fall flat thanks to long pauses and hammy delivery.At the MoviesJuly 13, 2009
The story quickly -- and I mean quickly -- devolves into an unimaginative high school retread.Christian Science MonitorJuly 10, 2009
The script by Larry Doyle, based on his novel, has some smart flashes, and a few of the young performers resemble real people and not the usual prefab teen idols.New York Daily NewsJuly 10, 2009
This unfunny, unoriginal, charmless teen comedy is so stunningly awful from start to finish, it's amazing to think its director has made a single film before, much less a dozen.Los Angeles TimesJuly 10, 2009
A flat, tired rehash of teen movie story tropes, the film attempts to have it both ways by winkingly acknowledging its secondhand origins.sbs.com.auMarch 04, 2011
It so desperately wants to be an '80s high-school romp, yet comes across as a film made by people who have never even seen one.Cinema CrazedAugust 19, 2010
It's nothing but a painful, tedious, cruel, and mean spirited exercise in sadism that actually tries to transform child molestation in to a comedic bit...Cinemalogue.comDecember 06, 2009
The movie could have been much improved by slicing a few frames from each shot, and reining in Rust's weirdness just a bit%u2014so as to not contribute to the lumbering, hallucinogenic feel of his initial characterization.Killer Movie ReviewsNovember 12, 2009
Sweet, funny, and smart in unexpected waysNewsBlazeOctober 30, 2009
A bimbo pride teen comedy whose cheerleader girl entourage of shallow sexpots gets enlightened too, about how 'useful' and even entertaining smart geeks with tons of brainy information to spare can be, even if totally lacking in hunk appeal.TheMovieReport.comAugust 31, 2009
Laughs are in equally short supply as interesting, much less likable, characters.
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