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I Love You, Beth Cooper -- A nerdy valedictorian proclaims his love for the most popular girl in school, Beth Cooper (Panettiere), during his graduation speech. Much to his surprise, Beth shows up at his door that very night and decides to show him the night of his life.
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Larry Doyle (screenplay)
Larry Doyle (novel)
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A nerdy valedictorian proclaims his love for the hottest and most popular girl in school - Beth Cooper - during his graduation speech. Much to his surprise, Beth shows up at his door that very night and decides to show him the best night of his life. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Directed by
Chris Columbus 
Writing credits
Larry Doyle (screenplay)

Larry Doyle (novel)

Produced by
Michael Barnathan .... producer
Jennifer Blum .... executive producer
Chris Columbus .... producer
Larry Doyle .... executive producer
Michael Flynn .... executive producer
Mark Radcliffe .... producer
Original Music by
Christophe Beck 
Cinematography by
Phil Abraham (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Peter Honess 
Production Design by
Howard Cummings 
Art Direction by
Sandi Tanaka  (as Sandra Tanaka)
Set Decoration by
Mary-Lou Storey 
Costume Design by
Karen L. Matthews 
Makeup Department
Emanuela Daus .... makeup artist
Lisa Love .... key makeup artist
Thom MacIntyre .... key hair stylist
Amanda McGowan .... key makeup artist: second unit
Teresa A. Meyer .... assistant makeup
Gina Sherritt .... assistant hair stylist
Adina Shore .... key hair stylist: second unit
Brenda Turner .... hair stylist: second unit
Production Management
Bonnie Benwick .... unit manager
Michael Flynn .... unit production manager
Bruce Szeles .... post-production supervisor
Wendy Williams .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bob Brown .... second unit director
Geoffrey Hansen .... first assistant director (as Geoff Hansen)
Kyle Hollingsworth .... assistant director: reshoots
Kyle Hollingsworth .... second second assistant director
Kathy Houghton .... second assistant director
Haylee Hubscher .... trainee assistant director
Katherine Keizer .... third assistant director
Catherine Kretz .... second assistant director: second unit
Yannick Leray .... third assistant director
Gemma Levinson .... assistant director: second unit
Gemma Levinson .... trainee assistant director
John McKeown .... first assistant director
Nico Sachse .... first assistant director: second unit
Sunday Stevens .... second assistant director
Art Department
Andrei Andrianko .... set designer
David Bailie .... greensman
Dean Barker .... property master
Peter Bodnarus .... set designer
David Brand .... scenic carpenter
Wayne M. Brooks .... scenic carpenter
Shirley Bruce .... scenic helper
Marco Buttignol .... scenic carpenter
Mary-Ann Charney .... set dresser (as Mary Ann Charney)
Jason Claridge .... labor foreman
Diana Conway .... assistant set decorator
J.D. Crocket .... scenic carpenter
Sharon Dever .... construction buyer
Elena Dresser .... set dresser
Richard H. Fahlman .... scenic carpenter
Neil Fairall .... props buyer
Brent Gloeckler .... head sculptor
Max Gloeckler .... sculptor (uncredited)
Dave Hay .... scenic helper
Erich Hepnar .... head greensman (as Erich J. Hepnar)
Glen W. Herlihy .... on-set carpenter
Robert Hicks .... greensman (as Robert H. Hicks)
Steve Houle .... on-set dresser
Herminio Kam .... paint foreman
Karen Kent .... scenic painter
John B. Keys .... scenic painter
Charles Leitrants .... construction coordinator
Lisa Leung .... art department coordinator
Mike Lilley .... graphic designer
Philip Lunt .... lead greensman (as Phillip P. Lunt)
Joe May .... set designer (as Joseph May)
Joanne McArthur .... art department assistant
Geoffrey McVarish .... scenic carpenter (as Geoff McVarish)
Bob Miloglav .... scenic helper
David R. Murray .... lead carpenter
Michael Quirk .... scenic helper
Dave Reynolds .... scenic helper (as David Reynolds)
Chris Richardson .... lead carpenter
Cindy Rose .... set decoration buyer
Al Rourke .... construction foreman (as Alan K. Rourke)
Steve Rowland .... lead dresser
Kevin Santarosa .... on-set property (as Kevin Santarossa)
Michael J. Siver .... lead greensman
Lloyd Skarsgard .... scenic carpenter
Richard Styler .... scenic carpenter
Glen Taylor .... scenic painter
Andrew Thompson .... on-set greensman (as Andrew Gillard-Thompson)
Darryl Tifenbach .... lead painter
Mark Tompkins .... on-set painter
Greg Venturi .... set designer
Jamie Westbury .... set dresser
Tony Xeros .... assistant property master
Peter Stratford .... set designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Chris Barron .... digital transfer (as Christopher Barron)
Mark Berger .... dialog pre-dub mixer
Steve Bissinger .... sound effects editor
Derek Casari .... adr engineer
Frank Clary .... foley recordist
John Countryman .... digital transfer
Sean England .... foley recordist
Richard Epcar .... adr loop group
Kim Foscato .... assistant supervising sound editor
Johnny Gidcomb .... adr loop group (as John Gidcomb)
Jeremy Glazer .... adr loop group
Jonathan Greber .... digital transfer
Ellen Heuer .... foley artist
Walter Jones .... adr loop group (as Walter Emanuel Jones)
Susan Leslie .... adr loop group
David Lucarelli .... adr recordist
Travis MacKay .... adr recordist
Zach Martin .... mix technician
Jeremy Molod .... assistant sound editor
Douglas Murray .... sound effects editor
Nathan Nance .... mix technician
Beauxregard Neylon .... adr mixer
John Nutt .... dialogue editor
Charles O'Shea .... boom operator
Devika Parikh .... adr loop group
Courtney Peldon .... adr loop group
Juan Peralta .... sound mixing
Sarah Poynter .... adr loop group
Frank Rinella .... foley mixer
Gary Rizzo .... sound mixing
Ronald G. Roumas .... sound recordist (as Ron Roumas)
Robert Shoup .... supervising sound editor
Steve Slanec .... dialogue editor
Clint Smith .... sound recordist
Jason Grant Smith .... adr loop group
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Charlene Steeves .... adr mixer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Dennie Thorpe .... foley artist
William Unrau .... cable person
Michael T. Williamson .... sound mixer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Douglas W. Beard .... special effects assistant
Perry Beckham .... special effects rigger
Paul Benjamin .... fabricator
Alex Burdett .... special effects coordinator
Robert Falck .... shop foreman (as Rob Falck)
Mark Haigherm .... special effects assistant
Kai Hirvonen .... special effects assistant
Tony Kochan .... fabricator
Harry Tomsic .... fabricator
Steve Woelfe .... special effects best boy (as Steve Woelfle)
Visual Effects by
Siksit Boonyodom .... digital effects artist
Elika Burns .... roto/paint supervisor: CIS Hollywood
Diane Caliva .... visual effects producer: The Orphanage
Ian Chriss .... visual effects key grip: Kerner Optical
Patrick Clancey .... digital opticals
Tom Cloutier .... visual effects gaffer: Kerner Optical
Vicki L. Engel .... visual effects
Timothy Gross .... computer systems engineer
Brad Isdrab .... technical support: The Orphanage
Alicia Johnson .... visual effects coordinator
David Lloyd .... information technology director: The Orphanage
Aaron Rhodes .... colorist: The Orphanage
Grover Richardson .... roto/paint artist: The Orphanage
Pete Wheelan .... roto/paint artist: The Orphanage
Nick Allen .... stunts
Scott J. Ateah .... stunts (as Scott Ateah)
Ieisha Auyeung .... stunts
Nickolas Baric .... stunts
Dexter Bell .... stunt performer
Bob Brown .... stunt coordinator: US
Simon Burnett .... stunt double
Raymond Chan .... utility stunts
Douglas Chapman .... stunts (as Doug Chapman)
Colby Chartrand .... stunt performer
Dean Choe .... stunt coordinator: Canada
Laura Lee Connery .... stunt driver
Duane Dickinson .... stunt driver (as D. Dickinson)
Jim Dunn .... stunts
Ryan Ennis .... stunts
Corbin Fox .... stunt rigging coordinator
Corry Glass .... stunts
Jason Glass .... stunts
Lars Grant .... stunts
Rob Hayter .... stunt double: Paul Rust
Leanne Hindle .... stunt double
David Jacox .... stunts
Brad Kelly .... stunts (as Brad Kezly)
Andrea Kinsky .... stunts
Jon Kralt .... stunts
Cody Laudan .... stunt double: Jared Keeso
Brad Loree .... stunts (as Bradley Loree)
Mike Mitchell .... stunts
Tony Morelli .... stunts
Jeff Sanca .... stunt driver
Zak Santiago .... stunt double
Greg Schlosser .... stunts
Heath Stevenson .... stunts
Rhys Williams .... stunt double: partygoer
Eli Zagoudakis .... stunt performer
Trevor Addie .... stunts (uncredited)
Aaron Au .... stunts (uncredited)
Loyd Bateman .... stunts (uncredited)
Krista Bell .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Byron Briscoe .... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Brooks .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Janene Carleton .... stunts (uncredited)
Brent Connolly .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Crystal Dalman .... stunts (uncredited)
Dave Hospes .... stunts (uncredited)
Nicole Lissner .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Kit Mallet .... stunts (uncredited)
Jennifer Mylrea .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Gerald Paetz .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Johnson Phan .... stunts (uncredited)
Jeffrey C. Robinson .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Maja Stace-Smith .... stunt performer (uncredited)
Rorelee Tio .... stunts (uncredited)
Marshall Virtue .... stunts (uncredited)
Chris Webb .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Matt Almas .... best boy grip
Michael Ambrose .... gaffer: additional photography
Troy Bassett .... rigging grip
Julian Bosse .... best boy rigging grip (as Julien Bosse)
Andrew Capicik .... camera loader
Craig Cooper .... grip
David Crone .... Steadicam operator
David Crone .... camera operator: "a" camera
Drew David .... company grip
J.L. Fisher .... camera and equipment support
Dan Fraser .... lamp operator (as Danny Fraser)
Daniel Alexis Gonzalez .... electrician: re-shoots (as Danny Gonzalez)
Cynthia Greer .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Rick Guenther .... best boy rigging grip
Tyler Guenther .... rigging grip
Justin Hanika .... lighting technician
Russell Hawkes .... dolly grip
Cam Hayduk .... first assistant camera
Gavin Hill .... rigging grip
Cory Hodson .... gaffer: second unit
Jordan Johnson .... lighting technician
Simon Jori .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Dave Joshi .... digital video assist operator
Tom Kaczmarski .... key grip: second unit
William Kassis .... gaffer: second unit (as Bill Kassis)
Richard LaBossiere .... rigging grip
Phillipe Lacroix .... rigging gaffer
Joseph Lederer .... still photographer
Robert Little .... company grip
David Lourie .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Scott MacDonald .... camera operator: "b" camera
Paul Matsalla .... lamp operator
Kevin McCloy .... rigging key grip
Don McCuaig .... director of photography: second unit (as Donald McCuaig)
David McKnight .... digital video assist operator: second unit
Andrew McLeod .... rigger
Andrew McLeod .... rigging best boy
James McMurachy .... lamp operator
Saubrie Mohamed .... lamp operator
Jesse Olver .... company grip
Dylan Paul .... balloon light technician
Ivor Pedersen .... company grip
Joe Peters .... rigger
Dean Reca .... company grip
James Salberg .... b dolly grip
John Seale Jr. .... first assistant camera (as John Seale)
Richard Sinclair .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Rich Sinclair)
Trevor Taylor .... best boy electric
David Tickell .... gaffer
Jason Tidsbury .... light balloon technician
Chris Tobiason .... rigger
Lee Washburn .... rigger
Tom Watson .... genny operator
Tony Whiteside .... key grip
James Williams .... company grip
Michael Wrinch .... camera operator: second unit (as Mike Wrinch)
Kurt Zelmer .... rigging best boy
Casting Department
Stephanie Boeke .... extras casting
Heike Brandstatter .... casting: Canada
Jamie Castro .... casting associate: US
Johnny Gidcomb .... adr voice casting
Andy Henry .... casting associate: US
Janet Hirshenson .... casting: USA
Jane Jenkins .... casting: USA
Michelle Lewitt .... casting: USA
Tiffany Mak .... casting department
Coreen Mayrs .... casting: Canada
Amy Nygaard .... casting assistant: Canada
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kevin Knight .... costume coordinator
Janice MacIsaac .... assistant costume designer
Anthea Mallinson .... key costume breakdown artist
Marie Melanson .... set supervisor: second unit
Jody Leanne Petford .... set costumer
Heather Rupert .... costume dyer/breakdown
Nicola Ryall .... set supervisor
Hollie Strobl .... costume dyer/breakdown
Hisami Yamamoto .... costumer: preparation
Editorial Department
Jacques Blackstone .... projectionist
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Thomas J. Cabela .... avid assistant (as Tom Cabela)
Brett Carroll .... first assistant editor (as Brett De Carroll)
Ryan Hogan .... additional colorist
Thom Kyle .... avid assistant: Canada
Natasha Leonnet .... digital film colorist
Russell Lum .... editorial production assistant
Christian Prejza .... digital intermediate project manager (as Chris Prejza)
Chris Regan .... lab color timer
Rainer Standke .... preview online editor
Stacey Thompson .... post-production coordinator (as Stacey Thompson Matteoli)
Mykel Thuncher .... telecine colorist
Lee Tucker .... projectionist: preview
Music Department
Fernand Bos .... music editor
Stewart Cararas .... engineer: songs
Patrick Houlihan .... music supervisor
Steve Kaplan .... additional score recording
Jake Monaco .... score coordinator
Robert Puff .... music preparation
David Sabee .... orchestra contractor
Scott Stambler .... temp music editor
Casey Stone .... score recorded and mixed by
Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz .... music editor
Transportation Department
Cliff Brown .... transportation captain
John Busch .... driver
Jason Crosby .... marine coordinator
Sylvia Nablo .... transportation coordinator
Bert Prevost .... transportation captain
Larry Tardif .... driver: special equipment
Other crew
Dustin Lee Abram .... production assistant
Debera Barager .... production accountant
David Beck .... sustainability consultant: CTP Media Consulting
Barbara Beeby .... first aid/craft service
Stephen Benabo .... second assistant coordinator
Michael Bendner .... background coordinator
Michael Bishop .... key production assistant
Jason Blattler .... location assistant
Marc Borja .... assistant accountant: and payroll
Cole Boughton .... production assistant
Moira 'Moe' Brody .... cheerleader consultant (as Moe Brody)
Kimberly Buckham .... second assistant coordinator
Sheri Buckham .... accounting clerk
Charlene Callihoo .... assistant accountant
Justin Catron .... assistant: executive in charge of production
Terence Chase .... security
Jessica Clothier .... script supervisor
Amanda Coletsis .... production assistant
Matthew Cooper .... sustainability consultant: CTP Media Consulting
David Costello .... location assistant
Jason Crosby .... marine coordinator
Fiona Crossley .... location scout
Barry Curtis .... production assistant
Kennedy Davey .... assistant: Michael Flynn
Elizabeth Devereux .... assistant: to Mr. Columbus
Dana Dubé .... animal trainer
Susana Inés Fattorini .... post production accountant (as Susana Fattorini)
Jessica Feskun .... location assistant (as Jessica Feskin)
Patricia Foster .... production coordinator
Alexander Glua .... production assistant
Sylvia Jang .... assistant accountant
Kimball Jansma .... second assistant coordinator
Braden Jennings .... miscellaneous crew
Nathan Jensen .... chef
Patricia Johnson .... unit publicist
Kohl Jones .... trainee assistant location manager
Zak Kadison .... production executive
Catou Kearney .... location manager
Ingrid Kenning .... script supervisor: second unit
Doug Kerr .... production assistant
Nancy Kress .... first aid/craft service
Craig J. Lane .... first assistant coordinator
Kyle Leydier .... assistant: Chris Columbus
Natalie Mathes .... post-production accountant
Casey Nelson-Zutter .... assistant location manager
Dana Phillips .... assistant chef
Sarah Poynter .... loop group voice
Tristan Rees .... cast assistant
Alison Reiter .... assistant post-production accountant
Sacha Schaddelee .... assistant chef
Lauren Simpson .... assistant: Mark Radcliffe and Chris Columbus
Lauren Simpson .... clearance coordinator
Chris Smith .... location assistant
Doug White .... location scout
Kelly Whitfield .... production assistant
Chris Wilson .... assistant location manager
Darcy Woodley .... animal trainer
Dylan Gray Woodley .... racoon handler
Steve Woodley .... animal coordinator
Raj Rawal .... marketing intern (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content, language, some teen drinking and drug references, and brief violence
102 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:M | Canada:14A (Alberta/Manitoba/Ontario) | Canada:PG (British Columbia) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Finland:K-11 | Germany:12 | Ireland:15A | Malaysia:18PL | Mexico:B | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:R16 | Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) | Singapore:NC-16 | South Korea:15 | Sweden:15 (DVD rating) | UK:15 | USA:PG-13 (certificate #45026) | USA:R (uncut version)

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In the afterword to the book this film was based on, author Larry Doyle admitted he initially conceived this story as a movie. When he was unable to generate interest, he published the story as a novel. It subsequently generated enough popularity to spark interest in adapting it for film, and Doyle was invited to write the screenplay.See more »
Continuity: When Greg hugs Denis at Valli's party, the collar on Denis's shirt is popped up when the shot is coming from behind him, then in the next shot it is lying down again.See more »
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0 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
A teen movie that does nothing to be clever or original, 16 January 2011
Author: Steve Pulaski from United States

"I'm thinking of films that remember what it's like to be a teenager with a hopeless love. Almost Famous, Lucas, Say Anything, The Man in the Moon. If I were a filmmaker like Chris Columbus, who has directed two of the Harry Potter films, I don't know if I'd bother with this genre unless I felt I could make a film aspiring to that kind of stature." - Roger Ebert's review of I Love You, Beth Cooper.

I Love You, Beth Cooper is nothing but a barrage or stereotypical gay jokes that are toned down to match it's PG-13 rating. It's not cute, clever, or funny to keep calling someone gay after they deny it consistently. It just isn't. To keep resurrecting the same joke over and over again just shows how little this movie had to work with. Director Chris Columbus directed some of my favorites like Home Alone and it's sequel. He also is the one behind most of The Harry Potter franchise. To have this on his filmography is about the same level of embarrassment it is to have Christmas With the Kranks on there.

The movie had potential to be a very funny, and actually somewhat of a sweet romantic film. The plot follows a High School grad named Denis (Rust) who confesses his love to his dream-girl Beth (Panettiere) during his valedictorian speech. He also addresses a plethora of others that gave him hell in High School, and basically becomes one of the bravest nerds I've seen in a film. Beth finds Denis' actions to be "sweet", and he invites her over to a "party" at his house.

Upon arriving to the "party" which is all about Denis and his pal Rick (Carpenter) trying to "cop a feel" with Beth and her friends, Beth takes Denis out for the night of his life. They break into a school, buy beer, and do all sorts of illegal things as the night goes on. All of which are tiresome, common rom-com movie clichés that do nothing to make this film original or memorable.

The film doesn't know when to stop as well. I mentioned the nonstop homosexual jokes in the beginning, but this film needs to be taught human nature. Why is being gay such a taboo thing for movies to frown upon? I bet these actors aren't really raging homophobes in real life, but why is it necessary for them to rag on a specific group of harmless people in a movie about teenagers? I can name at least ten teen films that didn't mention the words "fag" or "gay" and are hilarious films. I don't think John Hughes gave his actors the right a way to talk down about people like that. He was much more grown and thought over his movies more carefully than who ever wrote this.

The movie goes above and beyond the limit of just being unfunny, it also manages to throw together the most unrealistic and flat out dumbest events I've ever seen in a teen movie. License to Drive was over the top, but that wasn't based on a true story like this is claiming to be. When would you see a girl drive an SUV into a house to stop a fight. Let alone not getting caught by the invisible neighbors or having one of the party people call the cops on these kids? I Love You, Beth Cooper is barely a love story. It's an over the top, stereotypical mess that should not have been made. Every scene could've been done better, and has been since teen movies have set foot on this planet. Nothing is original, inspired, clever, or funny. Not a damn thing.

Starring: Hayden Panettiere, Paul Rust, Jack T. Carpenter, Lauren London, and Lauren Storm. Directed by: Chris Columbus.

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