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Love the Coopers Sells Its Tired Premise Well

Love the Coopers strains and struggles to weave a story about the pains and pleasures of family around 14 caricatures and a ravenous St. Bernard.

This year's installment, "Love the Coopers," promises to deliver on the cinematic cheer, but is more of an airing of grievances than a celebration. Centering around the mishaps and misadventures of the large Cooper clan on Christmas Eve, the family has

Christmas is still central to Love the Coopers, of course. In the quaint world of the film, mall Santas roam the streets and snow falls never-endingly in big, fluffy flakes outside the bay windows of Charlotte (Diane Keaton) and 

It is always good to see Diane Keaton in a film and executive producing at that, but Love the Coopers simply misses. A yearning for saccharin sweetness permeates.

Love the Coopers review – a wildly inconsistent family drama. 2 / 5 stars. The premise is corny, the characterisation is largely poor and there's a dance routine – but there are bizarre flashes of greatness, mainly thanks to Olivia 

Love the Coopers Sells Its Tired Premise Well

Early on in Love the Coopers, Alan Arkin's character explains why he hates Christmas, saying “It's so much pressure, it's like trying to schedule happiness.” That's also a great explanation of why I hate these kinds of movies, 

As a comedy-drama, Coopers is almost completely laughless, which maims its ability to find the right balance of pathos and farce.

After a lackluster October at the box office, Spectre and The Peanuts Movie ushered in the holiday movie season last weekend, debuting to $70.4 million and $44.2 million respectively. Both are expected to hang on to their first and second-place spots

TODAY's Natalie Morales got a chance to meet up with the cast of the new star-studded holiday film "Love the Coopers." The film centers on four generations of a family gathering together to face the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, and

Love the Coopers review – a wildly inconsistent family drama. 2 / 5 stars. The premise is corny, the characterisation is largely poor and there's a dance routine – but there are bizarre flashes of greatness, mainly thanks to Olivia 

'Love The Coopers' Review: Feel-Good Comedy Tries To Put You In Holiday Mood

Christmas is still central to Love the Coopers, of course. In the quaint world of the film, mall Santas roam the streets and snow falls never-endingly in big, fluffy flakes outside the bay windows of Charlotte (Diane Keaton) and 

I have a definite soft spot for a good Christmas movie, and especially those dealing with dysfunctional families — think The Family Stone or Home For The Holidays. Nothing in the genre tops It's A Wonderful Life. Love, Actually is a good one too, and

After a lackluster October at the box office, Spectre and The Peanuts Movie ushered in the holiday movie season last weekend, debuting to $70.4 million and $44.2 million respectively. Both are expected to hang on to their first and second-place spots

TODAY's Natalie Morales got a chance to meet up with the cast of the new star-studded holiday film "Love the Coopers." The film centers on four generations of a family gathering together to face the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, and

This year's installment, "Love the Coopers," promises to deliver on the cinematic cheer, but is more of an airing of grievances than a celebration. Centering around the mishaps and misadventures of the large Cooper clan on Christmas Eve, the family has

'Love The Coopers' Review: Feel-Good Comedy Tries To Put You In Holiday Mood

Love the Coopers proves that point once again. If you think this looks like an uplifting Christmas story about the love of family, think again. Sure, it wants to be, but instead it's a depressing mess. And I'm not talking depressing in the way say, It

This year's installment, "Love the Coopers," promises to deliver on the cinematic cheer, but is more of an airing of grievances than a celebration. Centering around the mishaps and misadventures of the large Cooper clan on Christmas Eve, the family has

Christmas is still central to Love the Coopers, of course. In the quaint world of the film, mall Santas roam the streets and snow falls never-endingly in big, fluffy flakes outside the bay windows of Charlotte (Diane Keaton) and 

I have a definite soft spot for a good Christmas movie, and especially those dealing with dysfunctional families — think The Family Stone or Home For The Holidays. Nothing in the genre tops It's A Wonderful Life. Love, Actually is a good one too, and

I have a definite soft spot for a good Christmas movie, and especially those dealing with dysfunctional families — think The Family Stone or Home For The Holidays. Nothing in the genre tops It's A Wonderful Life. Love, Actually is a good one too, and

Love the Coopers: EW review

Dean's Reviews: 'Trumbo', 'Brooklyn', 'The 33', 'Love the Coopers'. Posted 11:10 AM, November 13, 2015, by Dean Richards, Follow WGN-TV on Instagram. Love Instagram? Click here to follow us at @wgnnews. What do you think?

Christmas is still central to Love the Coopers, of course. In the quaint world of the film, mall Santas roam the streets and snow falls never-endingly in big, fluffy flakes outside the bay windows of Charlotte (Diane Keaton) and 

June Squibb and John Goodman on Creating Snow in `Love The Coopers` `Love The Coopers` hits theatres this Friday. Reliford Cooper is seen in a booking photo released by the Manatee County Sheriff's Office.

Love the CoopersWith a cast including Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Ed Helms, Amanda Seyfried, Alan Arkin, Marisa Tomei, June Squibb, Anthony Mackie, Olivia Wilde, and Jake Love the CoopersComedyPG-13 With a cast including Diane Keaton, John 

June Squibb and John Goodman on Creating Snow in `Love The Coopers` `Love The Coopers` hits theatres this Friday. Reliford Cooper is seen in a booking photo released by the Manatee County Sheriff's Office.