Come on, this is a high school comedy the way they used to do them back in the '80s! Beth says goodbye to Denis, gives him a kiss, and touchingly thanks him for loving her. But still I think I love you Beth Cooper had it's moments enough to make you just sit back and forget reality for 95 minutes. There's tons of jokes, that aren't idiotic. Stepping up to the podium to deliver an inspirational speech to his graduating class, Denis decides that the time has finally come to call out his classmates on their peccadilloes and declare his love for the prettiest girl in school, Beth Cooper. If the characters are two dimensional, so what? I Love You, Beth Cooper 2009 I Love You, Beth Cooper: When Dennis Cooverman gives the commencement speech at his graduation, his friend tells him to let it all out. It's a zippy, predictable ride from point A to point B, but the journey is not lacking in entertainment value. Just as Denis is undressing to join his friend and the girls in the shower, Kevin and his buddies appear in the locker room and jump him once again.
Later Beth confronts him and he invites her to a graduation party at his house. It's not that the story is hard to imagine - but it is difficult to understand why the cast and crew of I Love You, Beth Cooper ever thought this unimaginably pointless, hopelessly generic mess could pass as entertainment. But also some of the people he offended with his speech, who want to tear him apart. The humor here is broad and unsophisticated, for the most part, but fits with the brisk pacing and sunny tone of the film. After Beth leaves with Treece and Cammy, Rich proclaims to Denis that he might be after all, or perhaps plus jokes that after last night's antics he's still more heterosexual than Denis. I loved the fact that Hayden Panettiere was the main role and how she was the fantasy girl that every guy dreams of being with, but still a down-to-Earth girl. I managed to leave the theater without requesting my money back, but you know when people in the audience are having full conversations during a film, it is hardly holding anyone's attention.
Denis Paul Rust gives a final speech as he graduates and proclaims his love for Beth Cooper Hayden Panettiere while doing so. There are really only two reasons the film gets a score of two - and both belong to Hayden Panattierre. I managed to leave the theater without requesting my money back, but you know when people in the audience are having full conversations during a film, it is hardly holding anyone's attention. Cinematical stated that much of the dialogue was lifted directly from the book, but when spoken on screen, the lines fall flat. But it doesn't get as much as a smile. In Beth's eyes one can see she's slowly warming to Denis, and is becoming aware that he truly does genuinely love her, much to her amazement. There's a lot of fun and changing of scenes in this movie and a lot of romantic moments as well.
I think I liked it even more because I graduated recently. When a geeky high-school valedictorian throws caution to the wind by expressing his love for a popular cheerleader during his graduation speech, life finally starts to get interfering for Denis Cooverman who may have brains to spare; it's guts that he lacks, or at least, he did until today. Beth smiles and tells him it's a deal. He tells Rich that he is going to leave Beth a message on and ask her out. Kevin challenges Denis to a fight, as a now fed-up Beth crashes his car through the wall of the house.
Denis discusses with his father that the teenage coming-of-age subject is not a new idea; if only director Chris Columbus had taken that advice and stayed away from Larry Doyle's vastly unoriginal novel. So taucht sie bei ihm zu Hause auf und verspricht ihm die beste Nacht seines Lebens - obwohl sie bereits in festen Händen ist. . The fact that the story has little character set-up and uses every cliche stolen from numerous comedies before it does not help the ill paced scenes. It's a real love story laced with some funny things to say. When Dennis Cooverman gives the commencement speech at his graduation, his friend tells him to let it all out. So they all get in Beth's car and drive away.
To his surprise, Beth and her two friends, are the only people, aside from his friend Rich, who come to his party. Then promises that he will see her at their high school reunion and if they are both still single that he will marry her. 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. Much to Denis' surprise, Beth shows up at his house and a wild night of raucous adventure ensues - one filled with incessant partying, reckless driving, and Beth's maniacally jealous military boyfriend. 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. This fault lies with the directing and editing. Rich disagrees with him and tells Denis that he should make a grand gesture by and wait for her. They then begin debating on how Denis should go about asking Beth on a date. And what follows is a wild adventure.
Later Beth confronts him and he invites her to a graduation gaiety at his house. I mean, who hasn't wanted to go all out on their high school class and just mock them on the last day of school? The moment when Dennis Cooverman has to give the commencement speech for his graduation, his friend advises him to let all of his feelings out to the entire student body. Rich finally manages to defeat the three guys, towel-whipping them unconscious down a flight of stairs. The 2009 romantic comedy film I Love You, Beth Cooper - 2009 is a funny film that most guys can relate to. The film was directed by , with the screenplay written by Doyle.
However, other than that he reveals things simply about everyone that was graduating that year and even a couple other people. But not in the world of movies. I think that over all the film worked, there were certain things that were flawed in the movie like the script could have used a few touch up's here and there and the cast did seem a little off. They then start a bonfire in an isolated section of town where Rich, Cammy, and Treece are chased by a stampede of cows after trying to. However, to his surprise a couple other people which he offended at the speech come along as well. As each second ticks away, the jokes get more stale, the slapstick more pathetic, and the plot more unbelievable. Rich challenges Kevin and his friends in a towel whipping 'duel', as he has been training for years after being towel whipped as a bullied young kid.