The first movie I “Broadcasted!” is not the best movie I’ve ever seen but it still deserves a review.
So, let’s get started. John Tucker Must Die is a comedy/romance movie directed by Betty Thomas (Doctor Dolittle, I Spy). It is about Kate (Brittany Snow), a girl who changes high schools all the time because of a (hot) mom getting dumped by all of her boyfriends. Kate ends up at the Forest Hills High School where John Tucker (Jesse Metcalfe), the handsome, nba-style basketball player and also captain of the High School team is dating three different girls from three different cliques at the same time: the head cheerleader (Ashanti), the school news reporter (Arielle Kebbel) and an environmental activist (Sophia Bush). Ask me how? Because (I know it’s gonna sound weird) these girls hate each other so much that they never talk to each other. As the three girls realize they’ve been played by the handsome John, they unite to destroy John Tucker’s love life. How? Okay, this is the last thing you’ll know. They use the poor and unknown Kate to seduce him and break his heart.
Well, this movie is not thrilling but still if you’re bored it can help you make your day by watching beautiful girls and a handsome guy (and a funny fat dude). The plot is pretty twisted as you can see since the three girls from the same high school are dating the same time. If you are really looking for a big laugh, I do not recommend you watch it even if it’ll make you smile sometimes. The actors aren’t really the funniest you can find in Hollywood and there is no leading funny guy (like Will Ferrell or Seth Rogen). The only funny thing is that the girls get evil real quick and John Tucker reacts pretty well to all the dirty stuff they do to him.
Then, why did I watch this movie, and why would you? Well, it’s kinda like a feel-good movie that you wanna watch after breaking up with your bf/gf (ok bad times) or even if you wanna break somebody’s heart…. Just kidding, just a feel-good teen movie for me and got some evil ideas out of it… So that makes a 4.6/10 for me.
Trailer after the jump. I’ll get back to you for more Broadcasted! reviews.