in I Love You, Beth Cooper
, a barely adequate teen comedy that borrows so heavily from previous efforts that it seems to have been assembled from the cut scenes and alternate takes of other, better coming-of-age films. Adapted by Larry Doyle from his popular novel of the same name, the terminally clichéd film blows its figurative load in the opening five minutes, and never quite recovers. It's a bit of a shame, too, since the story of a high school kid who hasn't yet peaked is one that many teens can relate to. Unfortunately, most of the time it feels like I Love You, Beth Cooper
is simply playing it too stra...