Written December 14, 2008
i actually saw this about a month back in a premovie showing, and it was really good, very american pie-ish
Written July 07, 2009
You like have to like see this movie. it was like the best move i have ever like seen. OMG
Written July 10, 2009
This is a mildly charming, generally sweet film mainly aimed at a teenage audience (which seemed to “relate” to & enjoy it). Nerdy high school valedictorian Denis (PAUL RUST), urged on by his best friend Rich (JACK CARPENTER), gives a grad speech in which he makes comments about classmates— calling one stuck-up, one a bully, one gay, & one – Beth Cooper (HAYDEN PANATIERRE) – as being the object of his love. With a hidden agenda (including upsetting her current boyfriend Kevin – played by SHAWN ROBERTS), Beth & 2 girlfriends (Cammy, played by LAUREN LONDON, & Treece, played by LAUREN STORM) show up at Denis’ grad party. As the girls & guys spend time together, there are the “usual” high-jinks-- getting drunk, driving badly, fighting, making out, etc. It’s not especially clever or funny or very boisterous, but you end up understanding & “pulling” for the good guys. The decently-acted film achieves what it sets out to, namely, make some gentle observations about difficulties in growing up
Written July 19, 2009
Beth Cooper is an excellent must-see movie. The film starts with high school valedictorian Denis Cooverman (Paul Rust) stating to the entire gymnasium that he's had a crush on cheerleader Beth Cooper (Hayden Panettiere) for six years. Denis' speech upsets everyone except Beth, who thinks it was "sweet," giving Denis the courage to invite her to a party at his house that night. This movie was extremely touching and teaches teenagers not to give up on their dreams, and if they truly believe in something it might just come true.
Written July 20, 2009
I laughed myself silly... It was absolutely hilarious!! This is a must see for the whole family!!!