Penn Badgley is wildly charismatic in the role of John Tucker's younger brother. The entire picture could hang on his cheekbones alone.
If only Mr. Metcalfe shared his talents. Full Review
But despite doing its best to jiggle, giggle and ogle its way into a niche somewhere between "Heathers" and "American Pie," it becomes just another forgettable pastiche of sight gags and pop-culture references. Full Review
The movie starts out cleverly enough but grows insipid as the girls' antics become more predictable. Full Review
Astonishingly (and offensively), the witless ending comes down harder on the women than the cad. Full Review
John Tucker Must Die is toothless. The jokes are obvious and unfunny, the storyline goes nowhere that's interesting or unexpected, and the only chemistry happens in a science lab. Full Review