Conclusion: It's just not worth it, even with all the pretty people they got to be in it. 'Valentine's Day' is like watching a dozen run of the mill romantic comedies play out in a single movie, each carrying their own set of clichés.
Excerpt: An all-star ensemble cast comes together in "Valentine's Day", following intertwining storylines of a group of Los Angelinos as they find their way through romance over the course of one Valentine's Day.
Conclusion: I guess you can say whatever you want about me and throw whatever proverbial stones you want at me. I’m not sure what’s wrong with me, but I actually like this film. This Blu-ray marks the second time I have actually seen it too.
Excerpt: The Film What do you get when you combine multiple major stars under one film? Usually a box-office bomb. In this case? A real stink bomb. But I'm getting ahead of myself... Thanks to a February 14 release weekend, Valentine's Day actually made a decent chunk of change cashing in on the date...
Excerpt: As this season's gift to the lovelorn, Valentine's Day rates somewhere between a pink carnation from the boss and the off-label SweetTarts left out in the break room: nothing personal is offered or gained and you really have to work to enjoy it.
Excerpt: Most romantic comedies try hard to woo us and charm us with things like engaging characters, fresh stories or perhaps actual romance. Valentine's Day is content to rain so many A-list stars down on our heads that we're eventually bludgeoned into submission.
Excerpt: Garry Marshall’s star-studded new romantic comedy Valentine’s Day explores love in all its myriad forms, from the sickeningly sappy to the cornball to the groaningly precious and obnoxiously cute.