You're So Cupid! (2010) is a English movie. John Lyde has directed this movie. Brian Krause,Jeremy Sumpter,Lauren Holly,Caitlin E.J. Meyer are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2010. You're So Cupid! (2010) is considered one of the best Drama,Family,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.
Fraternal twin sisters Emma and Lilly are as different as night and day. Emma, the beautiful blonde tomboy, would rather be riding a horse than anything else in the world. While Lilly, her shy redheaded twin, loves to be left alone to curl up with a good book. Inseparable since the day they were born, Emma and Lilly have an insatiable desire to play matchmaker, even though they've never fallen in love themselves. Emma and Lilly find out their matchmaking skills are not just a gift from heaven, but rather because their father is actually Cupid (yes the guy who shoots bows and arrows). As they enter their senior year in high school, Emma and Lilly finally fall in love. Life gets complicated when they discover they're in love with the same guy and they become bitter rivals as they try to win his affection. Sisterhood and matchmaking are tossed out the window like last year's shoes, as Emma and Lilly plot to sabotage each other, so they can win the heart of their dream guy. The sisters ...
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This is a really nice feel good film. As far as teen Rom-coms go, this isn't half bad. I'm sure teen girls would love it but as a guy, I quite enjoyed it too. Brian Krause was really impressive and the clueless father, Daniel. He really suits the lovable Dad role, so this was a smart piece of casting. Never seen any of the other cast members but I was particularly taken by Danielle Chuchran who played the beautiful Emma. Not only is she stunning but she played the role really well. The special effects were a little cheesy and if I'm honest, the film could of done without them. A Cupid doesn't need sparks flying from their finger tips but it is an improvement to the old diapers and bows n' arrows. If you want to some light viewing. Then check this out. :)
A darling story with a great cast! No need to be worried about who this film is appropriate for as it is most definitely appropriate for all ages. How refreshing it is to be able to sit down to view a movie without any concerns as to which eyes or ears are watching. While animated films are fun, it is nice to find a great family film without it having to be animated. No sex, blood, violence or bad language. The magical touches in the movie add to the fun! The locations of the film are beautiful and well chosen. I especially enjoyed the beauty of the prom scene in the movie. A nice film to add to your family film library! I highly recommend taking the time to check this movie out!
I love this movie. It's really awesome. Jeremy Sumpter is so cute in it, I have been a fan of his since Peter Pan. I watch Friday Night Lights and I am really looking forward to Soul Surfer. Brian Krause is really cute as the clueless Daniel Valentine, and Lauren Holly is hilarious as Audrey. This movie reminds me of Parent Trap meets Bride Wars I love the story, it's fun and entertaining all the way through. Jeremy Sumpter does a really good job as the love struck Connor. When he gets put under the spell of the girls, he comes off as a sweet bumbling lovestruck guy, and it's believable. Chad Hively who plays Elliot might be a newcomer, but his considerable skills show that he's going to go far. Danielle Chuchran and Caitlin EJ Meyer are delightful as the fraternal twins Emma and Lily. The supporting cast is great too. I liked the goofy Marvin and his hot new love. This is a fun movie that girls of all ages will enjoy.
This is possibly one of the most poorly written, casted and directed movies I've ever seen. I realize it's written for a specific tween age group, but this is so behind the times. My little sister was dumbfounded with what the characters were saying and sometimes thought it was a joke. The whole movie is laced with an annoying whimsical, "everything will be OK" type of vibe that just drags down every potential for an exciting moment. The only way I was finishing this movie was just to see if these writers were actually following through with this film. The characters are amazingly boring, with a slight exception to the Mom. There are those moments after a character says their line and a there's an assumption, a flow that should come next, but instead they meander in what they just said. It was very strange to watch. It ended with me having a physical stomach ache because of the sheer awkwardness and odd behaviour demonstrated by the characters. Why I put myself through this, I don't know. :P This is from a passionate movie goer's perspective, keep this in mind.
This movie is a real gem. The story is unique and original. Danielle Chuchran as Emma and Caitlin Meyer as Lily are perfectly cast as the feuding twin sisters. The story isn't over the top silly as is the case in some of the more current Disney type movies. When Lily (Caitlin Meyer) and her twin Emma (Danielle Chuchran) find out that they've fallen in love with the same guy, it becomes an all out war for his affections. And that's when the story really takes off. As they battle for the love of Connor Miller (Jeremy Sumpter) You're So Cupid becomes a little bit 'Bride Wars' and a little bit 'Parent Trap' when the girls find out that their parents are finally going to break up for good. Emma and Lily decide to ditch Connor and make an all out effort to save their parent's marriage. With some cool but low budget special effects, the film entertains and charms its way to the end. Danielle Chuchran is adorable as Emma Valentine the tomboy who never thought she could or would ever fall in love and Caitlin Meyer really shines in her role as the sweet, shy, Lily Valentine who dreams of finding true love similar to Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet' Brian Krause is perfect as the hapless Daniel Valentine. His performance is subtle and charming. Lauren Holly delivers a funny, engaging performance as Daniel's estranged and a little deranged wife, Audrey. Jeremy Sumpter plays his part of the clueless romantic interest, Connor Miller, perfectly. His facial expressions when he's under the spell of the Valentine sisters are hilarious. Chad Hively who plays Elliot, the guy who's madly in love with Lily, delivers a funny, likable and quirky performance. Malese Jow has a nice supporting role as Megan, one of Lily and Emma's best friends. The rest of the cast deliver solid supporting performances. You're So Cupid is a sweet romantic family movie with twists and turns and just enough magic to make it a movie that will be enjoyed by the whole family.