DVD: Valentine's Day, For retail & rental (Warner)
Sunday 11 July 2010
This all-star rom-com unfolds over the course of one grindingly long day – you can guess which one – as various interchangeable Jessicas, Jennifers and Julias scurry around Los
Angeles, obsessing over their love lives. It's a calculating, banal, deeply unromantic affair, seemingly more interested in selling the soundtrack album, and in commercialising Valentine's Day in general, than in having any decent jokes. Come back Love Actually, all is forgiven.
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