I love you Beth Cooper movie review
The movie based on a novel, by one of the Simpsons' writer Larry Doyle, who also wrote the screenplay for the film. It's a common theme, a high school girl who is untouchable, and the hopeless drone that aspires for her attention, and makes his feelings public during his graduation speech. From there a slough of unbelievable events leads chases and fight scenes that elevate from the unlikely to the unrealistic, but still I found myself interested in the
underlying plot. Perhaps it is my age, at 22, that lets me relate to the not so long ago feelings for friends and fondness for the people and places around me. Or perhaps that there really are some quality laughs that are a refreshing break from the Hollywood repetition that has become all too common in this age of movies.
I suggest going to see this movie, because it is different and not the cookie cutter story that comes out every summer. It's a fun movie that captures some honest moments of what it means to be young, if you can ignore an annoyingly persistent foil character, and the odd absence of adults once the movie hits the half-way point.
I Love You Beth Cooper gets a 7.9 out of 10 score.
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