John Tucker Must Die (2006)
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Don't Get Mad. Get Even.
|Three ex-girlfriends of a serial cheater set up their former lover to fall for the new girl in town so they can watch him get his heart broken.|
"A briskly-paced, refreshing kick in this season of draggy, two-hour-plus movies. Connie Ogle, Miami Herald
"A slumber-party classic that belongs on the same shelf as "Bring It On" and "10 Things I Hate About You." Kyle Smith, New York Post
Editor's NoteJohn Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe) is a high school basketball star dating three different girls at the same time: the activist vegan (Sophia Bush), the over-achieving blonde journalist (Arielle Kebbel), and the sassy cheerleading squad captain (Ashanti). They all find out about each other and with the help of the shy new girl in school, Kate (Brittany Snow), they plot a devious revenge. After various other plots fail (such as spiking his protein powder with estrogen), the girls decide to combine their knowledge to make Kate into the perfect seduction machine and break Tucker's heart. In classic DANGEROUS LIAISONS/CRUEL INTENTIONS style, Kate becomes the talk of the school, but may end up becoming everything she used to hate. It's an amalgam of patented teen comedy formulas, but director Betty Thomas (BRING IT ON, 28 DAYS) keeps the story jumping along in fine order: no pop song montages of trying on different outfits, no soap opera angst and no parental moralizing. It's all chocolate, bra-cams, basketball games, food fights, and a wealth of quotable put-downs. The cast are lovely to look at, and Metcalfe makes a perfect Tucker, a character who--to the movie's credit--is not as bad as all that. Penn Bagdley quietly steals some scenes as John's less popular brother, a music snob/slacker who falls for Kate while assisting her in science experiments. MTV alum Jenny McCarthy is in fine form as Kate's hot mom, cursed with her own weakness for smooth talking men.
John Tucker Must Die
By: Anne Gilbert filmcritic.com DVD Reviews
Published on: 11/17/2006 12:32 AM
|John Tucker is a really lucky kid. Not only is he the king of his high school – a real "man's man, ladies' man, man about town" for the under-18 set – but he also has the advantage of being the top dog at the movie version of high school, one filled with an endless stream of hot girls, gobs of money, and no adults in sight....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Anthony B. Richmond - Cinematographer|
|Betty Thomas - Director|
|Jeff Lowell - Writer|
|Marc S. Fischer - Executive Producer|
|Matt Friedman - Editor|
|Michael Birnbaum - Producer|
|Richard Gibbs - Original Music By|