#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Dennis Cooverman gives the commencement speech at his graduation, his friend tells him to let it all out. So he proclaims his love for Beth Cooper the head cheerleader, and says things about everyone in the graduating class as well as some other people. Later Beth confronts him and he invites her to a graduation party at his house. And to his surprise she and two of her friends show up. But also some of the people he offended with his speech, who want to tear him apart. And one of them is Beth’s boyfriend whom she just broke up with. So they all get in Beth’s car and drive away. And what follows is a wild adventure.
Plot: A valedictorian’s declaration of love for a high-school cheerleader launches a night of revelry, reflection and romance for a group of graduating seniors.
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Decent watch, could watch again, but can’t confidently recommend.
While they’re very different movies, I tend to get this mixed up with “She’s Out of My League”. They’re both decent movies, they’re funny enough, but they’re both forgettable and I don’t think you’re missing out if you skip either.
My biggest problem with this movie is that there is a wildly violent crime spree throughout the movie. I’m not talking about simple trespassing, or even under-age drinking (though, I think it applies to my point) there is physical assault, jokes about “date-rapey” behavior, use of cocaine, threats to life, severe destruction of property, forced entry, and I think illegal tracking, quite a bit is just done openly in front of adults / authority figures, and at one point in uniform. It’s one thing to be a little lenient and let kids be kids, but graduating high schoolers are probably 18, adults, and it doesn’t make sense to not arrest this idiot. On top of that, to create a character like that in the moment, then he must have a long history of crimes.
I’m actually a fan of the story, cringey as it may be. I love an underdog story, and this is a powerful “coming of age” story for at least 3 different characters, but as the premise is that it is an unbelievable situation, and they casted and that caste delivered just a little too well. They specifically don’t play well off of each other because the performances are actually so good as characters, and the characters barely mesh, even as the movie continues.
The movie also undercuts the protagonist at the oddest times. While we’re supposed to relate to one of the boys (or possibly Beth Cooper) there are several points where it makes them look even more pathetic or jerks (in her case) and it really takes me out of the movie. I think it is better to have irredeemable characters than characters that vary on their relate-ability like this movie does.
I think you could have a fun little watch with this, but there are so many other things I would suggest: “Superbad”, “Can’t Hardly Wait”, “She’s All That”, “Booksmart”, “Eurotrip” for a start.
_I Love You, Beth Cooper_ is honestly pretty atypical for your American Teen Rom-Com, but the things I hated about it are still the things that I hate about American Teen Rom-Coms at large.
_Final rating:★★ – Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._
not the worst but lead is problematic
Valendictorian Dennis Cooverman (Paul Rust) gives the craziest of all graduation speech. First he proclaims “I love you, Beth Cooper”. Beth (Hayden Panettiere) is the hot popular cheerleader. That’s before his speech makes enemies. He even declares that his best friend Rich Munsch (Jack Carpenter) is gay. He invites her to his graduation party. It’s only him and Rich but then surprisingly, Beth shows up with her girlfriends Cammy (Lauren London) and Treece (Lauren Storm).
This movie really struggles with Paul Rust as the lead. He’s a geeky looking guy but not nearly adorable enough. He’s quirky but not that funny. The character really demands to be played by a faux-geek rather a real nerd like Rust. Hayden Panettiere’s character is not somebody on a pedestal. She’s a little bit complicated and that’s a good thing. The problem is that she’s not the lead. Rust is the lead and he can’t carry the movie.
Strictly for unsophisticated teenagers
To confess, I normally would not go and see a film like ‘I love you, Beth Cooper’ but given the choice between Larry David’s ‘Whatever Works’, ‘The Taking of Pelham 1, 2,3, or ‘Cooper’, I chose the latter on a recent Jet Blue flight. While not as juvenile as ‘Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian’ or unimaginative like the recent ‘Get Smart’ retread, ‘Cooper’ wins hands down as perhaps the least charming comedy in the last decade.
‘Cooper’ begins as we’re introduced to the film’s protagonist, Denis Cooverman, who, as the high school valedictorian, is called upon to present the valedictory speech to his fellow graduates and friends and family at the high school commencement. Cooverman manages to insult most of the student body, including his best friend who he accuses of being gay as well as admitting that he is a complete loser. He also pathetically expresses his obsession with the film’s love interest, Beth Cooper, a sexy blonde whose I.Q. is probably close to Paris Hilton.
The story has nothing to do with Cooverman getting out into the world after high school but rather follows his misadventures (along with his best friend, Jack T. Carpenter, who has a penchant for quoting favorite movie lines) in the hours after their graduation. Surprisingly, Beth and her two buddies show up at Denis’s parents’ house after he invites them to a ‘party’ where he and Jack are the two lone hosts. Beth is trying to get away from her coked-up boyfriend, Kevin, who apparently is a member of the Armed Forces.
Denis and Jack do everything they can to convince the girls that they are complete losers and one keeps wondering when they are going to turn things around. Denis loses his first attempt to prove he isn’t a wuss when resident psychopath Kevin trashes his parents’ home and almost decapitates the valedictorian with a sword. Kevin, by the way, appears to be a crude, unfunny combination of a ‘roid induced military brat and frat boy gone wild. There is little character development for any of these non-entities, especially Kevin, who attempts to beat Denis up at every turn since he is basically your classic stalker who cannot stand the thought of anyone hanging out with his beautiful girlfriend.
Our hapless nerds flee Kevin and his thugs in a car driven by Beth and the action turns to some lame escapades in the woods including Denis and Beth being chased by a raccoon and Beth ramming Denis’ parents’ car while his parents are in the middle of making love inside the vehicle. At one point Jack points a rifle at Beth’s friends and we wonder if we’re about to witness the inappropriate spectacle of someone getting shot in the middle of a film that’s supposed to be a comedy.
After Jack somehow fends off Kevin and company by hitting them in the testicles with a wet towel, the boys somehow convince Beth and her friends that they’re not the complete losers the girls at first perceived them to be. Jack manages to bed Beth’s friends to prove he’s not gay but the lame joke is that the best he could accomplish was a premature ejaculation. Denis gets ‘serious’ with Beth at dockside blurting out that he no longer perceives her as a bimbo but rather a ‘real person’. Beth of course falls for the crap and plants a sensual kiss on Denis’ lips. Somehow the film’s scenarists tout this as a big victory for their nerdy protagonist who is quite content to go no further with the sexy Beth. Speaking of Beth, she loses points for driving drunk all over town but the eyes of the creators of ‘Cooper’, the Paris Hilton wannabe, is beyond reproach.
There’s nothing wrong with writing a comedy about a teenager-protagonist who is socially awkward. But when that protagonist exhibits the same unpleasant traits (such as acting as a stalker) which are attributed to the film’s antagonist, little entertainment can ensue.
For all those you disliked this film as intensely as I did, take heart that according to Boxofficemojo.com, ‘I love you, Beth Cooper’ had a production cost of $18 million and a total worldwide gross of $15 million. For once, the film-going public trusted their good instincts!
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min)
Genre Comedy, Romance
Director Chris Columbus
Writer Larry Doyle (screenplay), Larry Doyle (novel)
Actors Hayden Panettiere, Paul Rust, Jack Carpenter, Lauren London
Country Canada, USA
Awards 1 win & 1 nomination.
Production Company 1492 Pictures
Sound Mix Dolby, DTS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe (prints), EFilm (digital intermediate)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (4K) (master format), Spherical (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm