More than a dozen Angelenos navigate Valentine's Day from early morning until midnight. Three couples awake together, but each relationship will sputter; are any worth saving? A grade-school boy wants flowers for his first true love; two high school seniors plan first-time sex at noon; a TV sports reporter gets the assignment to find romance in LA; a star quarterback contemplates his future; two strangers meet on a plane; grandparents, together for years, face a crisis; and, an "I Hate Valentine's Day" dinner beckons the lonely and the lied to. Can Cupid finish his work by midnight?
- Category:Action, Comedy, Romance
- Stars:Emma Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Jamie Foxx,
- Director:Garry Marshall,
- Writer:Katherine Fugate (screenplay), Katherine Fugate (story), Abby Kohn (story), Marc Silverstein (story)
In a series of interconnected stories, intertwining couples and singles (Jessica Alba, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper) in Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures and expectations of Valentine's Day. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Valentine's Day torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: ANYTHING WITH JACKSON IM THERE!
(es) wrote: Sucked, no pun intended. The dullest and most boring film ever.
(br) wrote: Mentally handicapped man pushes a shopping cart around and stalks the local football team. Of course the team learns to love the man in what becomes another sappy ending.
(fr) wrote: I'm hooked on the series, so i want to see how it all started! I wonder if I will get more attached to the actors from the series or the film....
(nl) wrote: I found this quite engrossing. If you enjoyed Heavenly Creatures, you may like this even more. It's a heavy film and the situation of the two protagonists is easy to empathize with . Historically well interpreted. Sensational events well depicted without the use of sensational exposition.
(ag) wrote: decent adaptation of the excellent novel.
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(jp) wrote: 1933's King Kong Is My Ninth Favorite Film Of All Time.
(au) wrote: Excellent Film from the best director ever, Lucio Fulci.
(jp) wrote: I think this is a good movie until a certain point. I think the idea of this guy going back and forth and living certain points in his life is good and the movie is shot so that it's completely jarring every time he goes back and forth (which is a good effect), so if you don't feel that there's any flow to the movie because of it, well then that's the point. How could you make something flow naturally when he's jumping back and forth through time? The problem is, and I haven't read the book so I can't know how it is but I'm assuming it's better, that the movie doesn't go past just going back and forth. I hear fate and free will are big issues in the book, well the movie is just content just going back and forth and not really doing a lot with that. There's no thread here, like why I am watching this guy go back and forth in time? What is the purpose of it all? Apparently in the book, Billy goes and relives his death more than once, in here it's just mentioned in a line then they go right to the 'death scene'. It would've been cool if this death scene had been gone back to frequently in the movie, with each time a new detail about his death being revealed. It would've been cool. And I also don't know how big a role the Tralfamadores play in the book, because in the movie they're only mentioned once at the beginning when Billy is writing his letter and about 15 minutes before the movie ends, when they finally kidnap Billy. These 15 minutes are the best of the entire movie as they deal with deeper issues. Again, I don't know what role the Tralfamadores play, but, to me, they should've been a presence throughout the entire movie not just the last 15 minutes. Because by then, it's just too little too late. Even if the conclusion to the movie is excellent, I don't feel that this movie is any more than just good. Missed opportunity if you ask me. As usual, I'm sure the book is far better but the potential was there for this movie to be much more than it was and that sucks.
(kr) wrote: Love it. Deliciously scary and fun.
(de) wrote: This movie surprised me. Excellent. A very personal , very thoughtful movie. Took a very political subject and humanized it. It is easy to see this issue as very black and white. This movie focused on the often difficult grays. Excellent acting and direction. Thank you.
(au) wrote: top movie. A constant in my top five.