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Valentine's Day 2010

Seen through the eyes of a multi-generational all-star cast, this film threads its way through a variety of interconnecting relationships from first dates to long-time commitments, from young crushes to old flames and from singles to unrequited love.

Starring:
Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates
Runtime:
1 hour, 59 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Romance, Comedy
Director Garry Marshall
Starring Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates
Supporting actors Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane, Patrick Dempsey, Hector Elizondo, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, Carter Jenkins, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, George Lopez, Shirley MacLaine, Emma Roberts, Julia Roberts, Bryce Robinson
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Suitable for 12 years and over
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: Blu-ray
Young love, old love, love forever, lost love and love that's been there right from the start. Valentine's Day packs a fantastic star-studded cast from the likes of big names like Julia Roberts and Ashton Kutcher to newbies like the Taylors (Swift + Lautner) as it shows the amazing and very different types of love. From the offset, you can see that this is a romantic comedy and you may instantly think 'oh look, another sappy, love-dovey rom-com'. Don't. This films packs a serious punch and isn't just another soppy box-office filler. This is pure cinematic gold (if you're into rom-coms) and it's also easy to see why the film did so well at the box-office, besides the fact that it had a really famous all-star cast!

There are quite a few couples in the film, as well as some singletons, and each character has their own unique flaws and greatnesses that accentuates the films allegory of 'love is different, embrace it'. I can't say too much without giving the plot-lines away but I can say that as a person who cries at films less than a person with no tear-ducts, I cried whilst watching Valentine's Day 5 TIMES. Honestly, the film is so charming and heart-warming, and while it may sound like a far too over-used cliché, it really tugged at my heartstrings. Oh-no-my-eyes-are-watering love stuff aside, this movie also provides some fairly surprising twists.

I can really say no bad about this film, apart from the fact that I would have loved to see more of the wonderful comedian George Lopez, he's hilarious in the film (!) and the fact that I could make a an entire game out of pointing out all of the incredible famous people wasn't the best either.
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Format: DVD
This film got terrible reviews but I still went to see it on its opening weekend at the cinema. I am a big fan of rom coms and I thought this film was good, but not as good as it could have been.

The different couples are fun and interesting but there arent many that you will really be rooting for. And although the stories about the couples were interesting, Id say there is really only one that will tug at the heartstrings.

This film is a bit like an American Love Actually and I think that comparison is what lets it down. Love Actually is brilliant and heart-warming and so if you see this film with idea that it will be as good, you will be let down.

Having said that this film is funny, and well just nice really. I'm going to get the dvd when it comes out. It will definitely brighten up a dull afternoon.
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Ok, let me start by saying that I simply don't understand why this movie is getting such harsh reviews. The comparison to Love, Actually is a fair one but I didn't sit there thinking while it was on, "Oh, they're trying to make an American version of Love, Actually". There are some quite obvious likenesses but this film stands very well on it's own merit in my opinion.

It tells the stories of many couples in love who are all interlinked in some way or another. For example, Ashton Kutcher's character proposes to Jessica Alba and he's best friends with Jennifer Garner. There are too many links to mention without giving away the plot but believe me, it's very interesting to watch it all unfold.

The acting is very good all around, although I found Taylor Swift's character too annoying for words! Julia Roberts is great to see after such a long break from acting while she concentrated on being a mum. There's some added out takes after the movie finishes too and she does a great line from Pretty Woman. Her story actually had me crying at the end and Bradley Cooper's was the one that made me go "Awwwwww".

To sum it up then, PLEASE don't be put off by the bad reviews, especially if you're a fan of rom coms as this has all you could ask for in one. There are plenty of laughs to go along with the smoooches. Fantatsic film, well done again Garry Marshall!
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This film is along similar lines to "He's Just Not That Into You" and admittedly when I watched 'Valentines Day' at the cinema I was a little disappointed because as story lines go it wasn't exactly brilliant. However when I bought it on dvd and watched it again I was pleasantly surprised at the light humour in the film and the feeling it leaves you with after it has finished. The only thing that really disappointed me about this film when I watched it on dvd was that Jessica Alba's character doesn't get a happy ending which is a real shame but hey I guess it reflected reality a little better than the average rom-com!

Overall 'Valentines Day' is a lovely feel good film with a great all-star cast which includes some beautiful men! - Ashton Kutcher, Patrick Dempsey, Bradley Cooper and Taylor Lautner. Get this film and put it in your dvd collection where it belongs! :)
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The comparison with Love Actually is an obvious one. Not only for the broad, multi threaded love story outline, but many of the sub plots are quite similar.

However, the film lacks all the charm and subtlety of Curtis's classic. As per the title of this review, it's like what would happen if someone gave me the plot outline and i had a stab at it.

With Love Actually, by the time you reach the heart-warming climax scenes the viewer has been taken on a journey that makes them buy in to the characters. With Valentine's Day the viewer feels no empathy so the scenes that would be heart warming are simply cheesy and a little embarrassing.

The film is not entirely with out some merits but it mostly leaves you disappointed.
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