Valentine
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The novel of the same name by author Tom Savage becomes this horror film starring Marley Shelton as Kate Davies. Kate's in a troubled relationship with journalist Adam Carr (David Boreanaz), a problem drinker, but she receives support from her best friends, the same four girls she's known since grade school: Paige Prescott (Denise Richards), Dorothy Wheeler (Jessica Capshaw), Lily Voight (Jessica Cauffel), and Shelly Fisher (Katherine Heigl). When Shelly is murdered and the other girls begin receiving gruesome Valentine's Day cards signed "JM," they begin to speculate… More
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"The contradictory sexual politics in this lightweight slasher suggest that at some point it was meant to satirize the traditional mores of the self-satisfied female characters."
‑ Lisa Alspector, Chicago Reader
"I had fun anyway."
‑ Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com
"A singularly direct and unchallenging example of the latter-day slasher film, made to a template that was starting to show its age every bit of 20 years before the movie premiered."
‑ Tim Brayton, Antagony & Ecstasy
"Yet another one of those films that Scream was supposed to have buried but instead resurrected."
‑ Rob Gonsalves, eFilmCritic.com
"The essential daftness isn't helped by the stars, who play it straight when they should have gone for laughs."
‑ Jo Berry, Empire Magazine
"In the new teen slasher flick Valentine, a public-school nerd, now grown up, seeks to systematically murder all the girls who wouldn't dance with him at the Grade 6 Valentine's dance. Or maybe that's not what happens. It ís hard to tell."
‑ Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail
"Valentine isn't scary, but it is unsettling; not ultimately satisfying, but arresting in the moment."
‑ Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
"Poorly made and just stupid."
‑ Ellen MacKay, Common Sense Media
"It doesn't have those scare-the-sh*t out of you moments, and if it doesn't have any of those, what's the point?"
‑ Eric Lurio, Greenwich Village Gazette
"Porno actresses are smarter than this crew!"
‑ Brad Laidman, Film Threat
"A cheesy horror flick that doesn't take itself too seriously."
‑ , Atlanta Journal-Constitution
"Looking good but lacking much in the way of personality or gray matter."
‑ Dennis Harvey, Variety
"A bland whodunit slasher film starring a bunch of nineties relics..."
‑ Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed
"Scary horror flicks went out with the emergence of the self-referential horror movie."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"I'm not a big fan of horror films, but as they go this isn't a bad one."
‑ Jean Lowerison, San Diego Metropolitan
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