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Valentine's Day (2010)

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Critic Consensus: Eager to please and stuffed with stars, Valentine's Day squanders its promise with a frantic, episodic plot and an abundance of rom-com cliches.

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Gary Marshall's ensemble romantic comedy Valentine's Day follows nearly two dozen people as they find and lose love in all its many forms over the course of the title holiday. The numerous characters include a very busy florist (Ashton Kutcher) and his schoolteacher best friend (Jennifer Garner). She's having an affair with a married doctor (Patrick Dempsey). Meanwhile, a businessman (Bradley Cooper) and a military captain (Julia Roberts) on leave share a long conversation during an international flight. There's also an elderly couple (Hector Elizondo and Shirley MacLaine) who are caring for their elementary school-age grandson, who is pining for a classmate and missing his mother. The huge cast also includes Jamie Foxx as a local TV personality, Topher Grace, Queen Latifah, and Anne Hathaway. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Rating:
PG-13 (for some sexual material and brief partial nudity)
Genre:
Comedy , Romance
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Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
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Box Office:
$110,500,000.00
Runtime:
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Cast

Jessica Alba
as Morley Clarkson
Julia Roberts
as Captain Kate Hazeltine
Kathy Bates
as Susan
Jessica Biel
as Kara Monahan
Eric Dane
as Sean Jackson
Patrick Dempsey
as Dr. Harrison Copeland
Jamie Foxx
as Kelvin Moore
Jennifer Garner
as Julia Fitzpatrick
Ashton Kutcher
as Reed Bennett
Queen Latifah
as Paula Thomas
George Lopez
as Alphonso
Taylor Swift
as Felicia
Matthew Walker
as Greg Gilkins
Larry Miller
as Oversized Baggage Agent
Beth Kennedy
as Mrs. Claudia Smart
Katherine LaNasa
as Pamela Copeland
Kristen Schaal
as Ms. Gilroy
Erin Matthews
as Flight Attendant
Lauren Reeder
as Hotel Clerk Michelle
Joey Sorge
as Bistro Gardens Maitre D' Amos
Julia Springer
as Olivia Copeland
Alec Nemser
as Charlie
Rick Batalla
as Michael
Anna Kulinova
as Bulgarian Girl
Cassie Rowell
as Coffee Barista
Faline England
as Flower Shop Customer #1
James F. McCann
as Flower Shop Customer #2
Shea Curry
as Friend Elise
Alexis Peters
as Friend Dana
Wedil David
as Rani's Mom Rehka
Natalie Timmermans
as Indian Bride
Jennifer Leigh Warren
as Party Singer
Scott Crumly
as Indian Restaurant Valet
Jonathan Morgan Heit
as Tough Franklin
Megan Suri
as Rani
Angelo Salvatore Restaino
as Alex's Friend Gideon
Scott Marshall
as Mr. Schwabbe
Kelly Flynn
as Referee
Sam Marshall
as Soccer Son
Mandy Medlin
as Teacher
Larrs Jackson
as Chauffer Redmond
Cleo King
as TAS Supervisor Daisy Bell
Corena Chase
as TAS Security Officer
Justin Michael Duval
as TAS Security Guard
Heidi Brucker
as Southwest Gate Agent
Kamilla Bjorlin
as Sherry Donaldson
Anna White
as Weather Girl
Stefanie Sherk
as Stage Manager
Marty Nadler
as Cameraman #1
Scott C. Sener
as Cameraman #2
Colin Owens
as Male Anchor
Calvin Jung
as Simon
Serena Poon
as Chinese Vendor
Kazumi Nakamura
as Japanese Vendor
Gwenda Perez
as Spanish Vendor
Kiko Kiko
as Dodger Grandmother
Joseph Leo Bwarie
as Mailroom Danny
Robert Belushi
as Mailroom Ted
Jaclyn Miller
as ACM Receptionist
Joe Smith
as ACM Restaurant Waiter
Katie Joy
as ACM Outdoor Café Waitress
Lisa Roberts Gillan
as Young Nurse
Barbara Marshall
as Head Nurse
Stephanie Fabian
as Candy Striper
Sandra Taylor
as Beach Girl Candy
Sarah Lilly
as Lady With Dog
Tony Scruggs
as Beverly Wilshire Waiter
Anthony Scruggs
as Beverly Wilshire Waiter
Roberta Valderrama
as Angry Girlfriend
Cyrus Alexander
as Cisco the Cheater
Paul Vogt
as Shouting Sheldon
Adreanna Gonzalez
as Cemetery Ticket Vendor
Bonnie Aarons
as Strange Lady
Adreana Gonzalez
as Cemetery Ticket Vendor
Matt Merchant
as Loud Guy
Lisa Valenzuela
as Loud Lady
Howard Storm
as Louder Guy
Jennifer Amy
as Bistro Gardens Waitress
Rance Howard
as Bistro Gardens Diner
Travina Springer
as Sign Language Interpreter
Tracy Reiner
as French Photgrapher
Hannah Storm
as ESPN Hannah Storm
Mike Greenberg
as ESPN Radio Announcer
Mike Golic
as ESPN Radio Announcer
Paul Williams
as Romeo Midnight
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Critic Reviews for Valentine's Day

All Critics (184) | Top Critics (41)

It's a very glib, shallow movie, but it keeps you moving around enough that you could actually have a good time.

February 16, 2010
At the Movies
Top Critic

It's got a cold, shiny cash register right where its heart should be.

Full Review… | February 16, 2010
Time Out
Top Critic

The film may be set in L.A., but no scene lasts longer than a New York minute.

Full Review… | February 12, 2010
Globe and Mail
Top Critic

Every skit is lame, every line of dialogue is stale, every joke falls flat, and every performance has been phoned in between text messages to agents blinking, ''SOS!''

Full Review… | February 12, 2010
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic

Valentine's Day is a passing nod to love, like a box of chocolates or flowers that soon wilt. It's star-studded amiable fluff with no real value, but it's kind of a tickle if you're in the mood.

Full Review… | February 12, 2010
Detroit News
Top Critic

Charmingly cast and phenomenally so-so.

February 12, 2010
Denver Post
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Valentine's Day

LOLZ! Got this movie download free for joining some movie download service. Even though it was free, I still feel I was ripped off. It would be a perfect Valentine's Day movie if vomiting in your mouth a little bit counted as a "kiss". Cummon, Gary Marshall. Enough with the dreck!

Christian C
Christian C

Super Reviewer

"Valentine's Day is a movie I actually enjoyed. I thought it was funny. Well mainly Anne Hathaway. She steals the show. Her accents and the things she says. It's really funny. The story lines are predictable with the exception of a couple that really surprised me. The older actors stand out more and do a better job in this film then the younger one's. But I do like how they tell the stories of love from grade school to old school. Most of the stories were good, but a few of them were just boring and not needed. But with so much going on the director does a good job at threading the stories together. They are all linked together in one way or another. Ended up being a pretty cute funny movie. It is worth a watch."

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Valentines Day is like the new "We Are The World 25" music video: Stupid, pointless and full of untalented celebrities.

Tyler Robertson
Tyler Robertson

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