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An all-star cast of rom-com royalty band together in Valentine's Day, which follows the intertwining storylines of a diverse group of Los Angelenos as they navigate their way through romance and heartbreak over the course of one Valentine's Day. Couples and singles experience the pinnacles and pitfalls of finding, keeping or ending relationships in a day in the life of love.
Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper, Jessica Alba, Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Garner, Emma Roberts, Topher Grace, Patrick Dempsey, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah, Taylor Swift, Joe Jonas, Taylor Lautner
Garry Marshall ('Georgia Rule', 'The Princess Diaries', 'Runaway Bride', 'Pretty Woman')
Katherine Fugate, Abby Kohn, Marc Silverstein
(M) contains sexual references | Romantic Comedy | USA | Official Website
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i hated this movie it could of been betterReviewed by callum shann bright
I am not going to lie I rented this movie because of Taylor Lautner. I thought I would LOVE it! Well I was wrong, dont get me wrong I didnt hate it. This movie lacked the huge WOW factor at the end. I felt like we followed Ashtons character around for so long that we were rooting for him to hook up in the end. But they made the end completely blazzay and it lacked punch. There were some great laughs though, Taylor Swift was awesome as the dumb blonde.Reviewed by Melissa Gawn
Good Chick Flick
This movie was great it has an amazing cast it can get a little confusing but is full of romance with some laughs as well
Note: THIS MOVIE DOES NOT HAVE JOE JONAS IN IT IT IS WRONG!!
Not an original story
if you loved the british ' love actually' you should love this one, the two movies are quite similar. Great all-stared cast, however some of the 'actors' should stick to singing. It is a long movie but worth it - some good twists. Loved itReviewed by kymmi
Chicago Sun-Times (Roger Ebert)
Valentine's Day is being marketed as a Date Movie. I think it's more of a First-Date Movie. If your date likes it, do NOT date that person again. And if you like it, there may not be a second date.Click to read full review.
Yet another Hollywood romantic comedy that's all but devoid of romance and laughs.Click to read full review.
Los Angeles Times
The veteran Marshall has proved a quick study, serving up the pastiche with panache so the stars mostly shine, the story snippets mostly amuse and you'll barely notice all the empty spots where a plot used to be.Click to read full review.
NZ Herald (Francesca Rudkin)
Love Actually's poor American cousin.Click to read full review.
Total Film (UK)
Ultra-sweet, safe and sporadically heartwarming, this never makes the most of its cast but will no doubt be bulletproof at the box office. Coal-black hearts, you’ve been warned…Click to read full review.
As gooey and lacking in protein as a chocolate holiday bonbon, Valentine's Day plays like a feature-length commercial produced by the Friends of the Valentine Promotional Society.Click to read full review.
ViewAuckland.co.nz (Matt Turner)
Disappointing romcom that falls painfully flat, thanks to a badly written script, poor direction, boring characters, cliched storylines and a shocking lack of laughs.Click to read full review.