I Love You, Stupid Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.90/10 from 3800 votes
Tags: catalonia
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Te quiero, imbécil

Title in Italiano:

Ti amo, imbecille

Title in Português:

Te quiero, imbécil

Title in Français:

Je t'aime, imbécile!

Title in Türk:

Je t'aime, imbécile!

Title in Deutsch:

Ich liebe dich, Spinner!


In 2019 Barcelona, Catalonia (in northeastern Spain), 35-year-old Marcos breaks the fourth wall like Ferris Bueller in Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) to talk about himself as his life turns upside-down in the worst way: his 8-year relationship with Ana ends abruptly when she breaks up with him the same moment he proposes marriage; the next day, his boss fires him, claiming "personnel reduction."

Defeated and without resources or money, Marcos is forced to move back in with his parents, obsessed to recover Ana at any cost. Feeling like an alien lost on planet Earth and totally unfamiliar with the 21th century's language and social networks, Marcos starts to follow the advice of Sebastián Vennet, a famous Argentinian Internet coach and guru, trying to change himself into a successful man and a sex machine.

Blackmailing his close friend, unstoppable womanizer Diego, Marcos gets a job as sports commentator in the Internet section of the newspaper where Diego works. Later he meets Raquel, a former high-school classmate who returned to Barcelona after several years in London. Funny, outlandish, loudmouthed, streetwise, free-spirited accordion player and amateur singer Raquel is a force of nature who decides to help Marcos change his life.

Then the unexpected happens: Ana reappears, wanting him only for sex, leaving him confused. He keeps his encounters with Ana secret from Raquel, as his beautiful, vain, sex-bomb work colleague Lorena hits on him, after having turned him down several times in the past. Marcos realizes his true feelings about Raquel at the worst moment: a casual meeting in a disco among the three causes Raquel to discover the truth, catching Marcos in the most inconvenient moment.

Feeling more lost than before, Marcos is forced to decide what he really wants in life before he loses everything.

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Play Title Artist
I Love You, Stupid
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
Charlie Reid: Writer
The Proclaimers: Performer
Double Dare
Natalia Tena: Performer
La vida duele
David Lifschitz: Performer
David Lifschitz: Writer
In Focus
Luc Suarez: Performer
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
Charlie Reid: Performer

User reviews

George Scott

The use of music in key moments of the film elevates the drama and intensifies the impact of pivotal scenes.

Steven Perez

The use of music in key moments of the movie adds depth and nuance to the characters' emotions, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Nancy Evans

The soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster that Marcos goes through in the film. The music enhances every scene, from moments of heartbreak to moments of self-discovery, creating a deep connection with the audience.

Donald Scott

The score complements the comedic elements of the film, providing a lighthearted and fun atmosphere amidst the character's struggles.

Michael Lee

Overall, the soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid fell short of expectations, missing the opportunity to elevate the film and create a more memorable viewing experience.

Kimberly Perez

The soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster that Marcos goes through, from heartbreak to self-discovery.

Ashley Scott

The music enhances the storytelling by creating a strong connection with the characters' inner struggles and growth.

Joseph White

The soundtrack effectively sets the tone for each scene, whether it be a heartfelt moment of introspection or a playful interaction between characters.

Mary Smith

The music in the film serves as a powerful storytelling tool, enriching the narrative and creating a memorable viewing experience.

James Thompson

The variety of musical genres in the soundtrack reflects the diverse personalities of the characters, creating a rich tapestry of sounds that enriches the storytelling.

Joshua Brown

The soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid perfectly captures the emotional rollercoaster experienced by Marcos throughout the film, with poignant melodies and upbeat tracks blending seamlessly.

Emily Perez

The choice of songs reflects the modern setting of the film and helps to immerse the audience in Marcos' journey.

John Lopez

Overall, the soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid is a standout element of the film, contributing to its emotional depth and leaving a lasting impression on the viewer.

Ashley Baker

The soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of the characters' journey. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the ability to enhance the storytelling and connect with the audience on a deeper level.

Linda Jackson

The music choices in the film demonstrate a keen understanding of how sound can elevate the storytelling, making the audience feel more immersed in Marcos' journey.

Linda Miller

The soundtrack of I Love You, Stupid is a standout feature that enhances the overall quality of the film and leaves a lasting impression on the viewer.

Stephanie Nelson

The choice of songs seemed out of place at times, disrupting the flow of the narrative and failing to create a cohesive atmosphere. Instead of adding depth to the scenes, the soundtrack often felt like an afterthought, unable to evoke the necessary emotions to fully immerse the viewer in the story.

George Williams

The integration of music with the on-screen action is seamless and natural, creating a harmonious blend that enhances the overall cinematic experience.

Melissa Lewis

The soundtrack not only complements the narrative of the film but also stands on its own as a collection of great songs. The memorable tunes stay with you long after the movie ends, making you want to listen to them on repeat. Overall, the music in I Love You, Stupid is a vital element that elevates the film to a whole new level of storytelling and emotional impact.

Sarah Hill

The songs selected for the film evoke nostalgia and resonate with the audience, creating a strong connection to the themes of love, self-discovery, and personal growth.

Joshua Martin

The soundtrack features a diverse range of genres and styles, adding depth and complexity to the overall viewing experience.

Ronald Young

The soundtrack features memorable tracks that linger in the mind long after the film has ended, serving as a powerful reminder of the emotional impact of the story.

Brian Lopez

The original score composed for I Love You, Stupid is a standout element, enhancing the dramatic tension and adding a layer of complexity to the narrative.

Michelle Jackson

The variety of musical styles in the soundtrack is impressive, reflecting the eclectic journey that Marcos embarks on. From upbeat and energetic tracks during comedic scenes to soulful and introspective melodies during moments of reflection, each song adds depth and emotion to the storytelling.

Brian Evans

The songs selected for the soundtrack are not only catchy but also carry profound emotional weight, resonating with the audience on a personal level.