Valentine's Day (2010 film)

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Directed by Garry Marshall
Produced byMike Karz
Wayne Allan Rice
Screenplay by Katherine Fugate
Story byKatherine Fugate
Abby Kohn
Marc Silverstein
Starring
Music by John Debney
CinematographyCharles Minsky
Edited by Bruce Green
Production
company
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures
Release date
  • January 28, 2010 (2010-01-28)
Running time
124 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$52 million [1]
Box office$216.5 million [2]

Valentine's Day is a 2010 American romantic comedy film directed by Garry Marshall. The screenplay and the story were written by Katherine Fugate, Abby Kohn, and Marc Silverstein. The film features an ensemble cast led by Jessica Alba, Kathy Bates, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, Eric Dane, Patrick Dempsey, Héctor Elizondo, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Garner, Topher Grace, Anne Hathaway, Carter Jenkins, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah, Taylor Lautner, George Lopez, Shirley MacLaine, Emma Roberts, Julia Roberts, Bryce Robinson and Taylor Swift in her film debut. The film received negative reviews but was a major box office success.

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Plot

The film follows a group of related characters and their struggles with love on Valentine's Day.

Florist Reed Bennett (Ashton Kutcher) wakes up and proposes to his girlfriend Morley Clarkson (Jessica Alba), who accepts. However, Reed's closest friends, Alfonso Rodriguez (George Lopez) and Julia Fitzpatrick (Jennifer Garner), aren't surprised when Morley suddenly changes her mind and leaves Reed a few hours later.

On a flight to Los Angeles, Kate Hazeltine (Julia Roberts), a captain in the U.S. Army on a one-day leave, befriends Holden Wilson (Bradley Cooper). Kate is travelling a long distance to get back home only for a short time, and Holden states that she must really be in love to do so. When the plane lands and Kate has to wait hours for the taxi, Holden offers his limousine to allow her to be there on time.

Julia, an elementary school teacher, has fallen in love with cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Harrison Copeland (Patrick Dempsey), but does not know that he is married to Pamela (Katherine LaNasa). Harrison tells her that he needs to go to San Francisco for a business trip: on his way, he stops by at Reed's flowershop and orders two flower bouquets - asking for discretion. Wanting to surprise him and despite Reed's warnings, Julia flies to San Francisco, convinced that Reed was wrong. Julia finds out that he is married and finds him at a local restaurant. Dressed as a waitress, Julia makes a scene at the restaurant, making Pamela suspicious.

One of Julia's students, Edison (Bryce Robinson), orders flowers from Reed, to be sent to his teacher. Julia suggests to Edison to give the flowers to a girl named Rani in his class who has a crush on him after telling Edison the meaning of love.

Edison's babysitter Grace Smart (Emma Roberts) is planning to lose her virginity to her boyfriend Alex Franklin (Carter Jenkins). The planned encounter goes awry when Grace's mother discovers a naked Alex in Grace's room, rehearsing a song he wrote for Grace.

Edison's grandparents, Edgar (Héctor Elizondo) and Estelle Paddington (Shirley MacLaine) are facing the troubles of a long marriage. Estelle admits to Edgar about an affair she had with one of his business partners long ago. Although she is deeply sorry, Edgar is very upset.

Grace's high school friends, Willy Harrington (Taylor Lautner) and Felicia Miller (Taylor Swift), are experiencing the freshness of new love, and have agreed to wait to have sex.

Sean Jackson (Eric Dane), a closeted gay professional football player, is contemplating the end of his career with his publicist Kara Monahan (Jessica Biel) and his agent Paula Thomas (Queen Latifah). Kara is organizing her annual "I Hate Valentine's Day" party, but soon becomes interested in sports reporter Kelvin Moore (Jamie Foxx), who was ordered to do a Valentine's Day report by his boss Susan Moralez (Kathy Bates), and who shares Kara's hatred of the holiday.

Substituting for Paula's absent secretary is one of the firm's receptionists, Liz Curran (Anne Hathaway), who dates mail-room clerk Jason Morris (Topher Grace). Jason is shocked when Liz turns out to be moonlighting as a phone sex operator. Liz explains that she is only doing this because she has a $100,000 student loan to pay off. Jason is upset, but eventually reconciles with her after seeing Edgar forgive Estelle.

Sean finally comes out on national television, and Holden, Sean's lover, goes back to him. Kate arrives home late at night to greet not her supposed boyfriend but her son Edison. Willy drops Felicia off at home after a date and they kiss. Kelvin and Kara hang out at Kelvin's news station where they later kiss. Alfonso dines with his wife, and Grace and Alex agree to wait to have sex. Edgar and Estelle reconcile and redo their marriage vows, Harrison's wife has left him because of his infidelity and Morley tries to call Reed, who is instead starting a new relationship with Julia. Paula receives a call from one of Liz's masochistic clients and takes delight in expressing her dominance and sadism.

Cast

In alphabetical order:

Music

The score to Valentine's Day was composed by John Debney, who recorded his score with the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the Sony Scoring Stage. He also wrote a song for the film, "Every Time You Smiled", with award-winning lyricist Glen Ballard which was performed by Carina Round. [3]

The movie's official soundtrack was released on February 9, 2010 via Big Machine Records. It features the movie's leading song, Jewel's "Stay Here Forever", which was released as a single on January 19, 2010 and has charted on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The soundtrack also includes "Today Was a Fairytale" by Taylor Swift, which debuted at #2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, breaking a record for highest first-week sales by a female artist. Swift's song "Jump Then Fall" from the Platinum edition of her album Fearless was also featured on the soundtrack. Debney's score album, including "Every Time You Smiled", (written by Debney and Glen Ballard, and not included on the song CD) was released digitally on April 7, 2010 by Watertower Music.

Jamie Foxx also recorded a song for the film which is called "Quit Your Job". It appears in the film but not on the soundtrack however, because of its vulgar lyrics. "I Gotta Feeling" by The Black Eyed Peas was used for the film's trailer.

Track listing for the score album:

  1. "The Proposal/Trying to Tell Her" – 2:20
  2. "The Makeup/First Kiss" – 2:25
  3. "Apartment Dwelling/Hollywood Loft" – 0:48
  4. "Arrival/Airport/Catching Julia/Gotta Stop Them" – 2:55
  5. "Flower Shop Talk/To the Restaurant/The Realization/Mi Familia" – 3:27
  6. "Light Conversation/Chivalrous Gestures/He's Married/Forget Me Not" – 3:25
  7. "Liz Leaves/Having Sex/I Have No Life" – 3:10
  8. "Julia Sees the Light/Edgar & Estelle/Young Love/First Time" – 3:31
  9. "She Said No/Don't Go/I Like Her" – 3:50
  10. "My Life's a Mess/This Is Awkward" – 1:22
  11. "Ride Home/Guys Talk" – 1:47
  12. "Mom's Home/Soccer Practice/Bike Ride" – 2:23
  13. "Reed and Julia" – 2:26
  14. "Valentine's Day" – 2:31
  15. "Every Time You Smiled" (Carina Round) – 2:53

Reception

Box office

The film debuted in the US on February 12, 2010 with $52.4 million its opening weekend, grabbing the number 1 spot over the holiday that shares its name. [4] The film ousted two other high-profile openings; 20th Century Fox's action fantasy Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief , which debuted at number 2 with $31.1 million over three days, and Universal's werewolf film The Wolfman , with $30.6 million. [5] It is currently the third-highest opening weekend in February, and the second highest-grossing President's Day weekend film. [6] On Monday, February 15, 2010, Valentine's Day went down to #2 behind Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, but then went back up #1 on Tuesday. On Friday, February 19, it went down to #2 behind Shutter Island then to #3 the next day. By Friday, February 26, it went down to #5 behind Shutter Island, The Crazies, Cop Out and Avatar. By March 18, it went down to #14. It stayed in theaters until May 6, 2010. [7] With that record, it is the second biggest opening for a romantic comedy film behind Sex and the City with $57 million. The passing of the Valentine's Day holiday later had the film's box office results quickly declining with a total of $110 million in the United States and Canada as well as an additional $106 million overseas for a grand total of $216 million worldwide.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 18% based on 189 reviews and an average rating of 3.85/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "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." [8] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 34 out of 100 based on 33 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". [9] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B" on an A+ to F scale. [10]

Yahoo movies critics averaged the film's grade as a C−. [11] Giving the film 3/4 stars, the overall opinion of Carrie Rickey's review for The Philadelphia Inquirer is that "It is a pleasant, undemanding movie that takes place over 18 hours on V-Day and considers Very Attractive People whose romantic destinies converge, diverge, and cloverleaf like the interstates threading through California's Southland". [12] Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times commented that "The effect of all those spinning songs, stars and scenarios is merry-go-round-like, producing a sort of dizzying collage that no doubt some will adore, while others will just get nauseous...". [13] British film critic Mark Kermode called the film a "greeting card full of vomit". [14] Rene Rodriguez for the Miami Herald gave the film 2/4 stars, describing the film as "surfing through the channels of an all-chick-flick cable service". [15] Rodriguez also criticized the film's blandness, stating the film should have "shed some of its blander plotlines[…] and spent a little more time exploring the thrill and elation of being in love – or at least just being horny". [15] Slate movie critic Dana Stevens wrote that the film "lacks in charm, humor, and intelligence...". [16] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film one star out of four. [17] Travers' analysis of the film simply states that "Valentine's Day is a date movie from hell". [17] Jonathan Ross was not complimentary either on his Film 2010 show. He said "I thought the film was just awful". [18] Journalist Sady Doyle, in a very hostile review of the film, argued that Valentine's Day was the worst film ever made. [19] Valentine's Day is noted for sharing similarities with the British film Love Actually , [20] [21] [22] [23] particularly the basic premise of multiple storylines occurring around a popular holiday, and sometimes identical subplots. Many British bloggers and online critics described Valentine's Day as "an American copycat version of Love Actually", focusing on how Valentine's Day, like Love Actually, has an all-star cast whose characters' storylines intertwine with one another. Time named it one of the top 10 worst chick flicks. [24]

Accolades

AwardCategoryRecipientsResult
Alliance of Women Film Journalists [25] Hall of Shame Garry Marshall Nominated
ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards [26] Top Box Office Films John Debney Won
Casting Society of America [27] Big Budget Feature – ComedyDeborah Aquila and Tricia WoodNominated
Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Actor Ashton Kutcher Won
Taylor Lautner Nominated
Worst Supporting Actor George Lopez Nominated
Worst Supporting Actress Jessica Alba Won
MTV Movie Awards [28] Best Kiss Taylor Swift and Taylor LautnerNominated
People's Choice Awards [29] Favorite Comedy MovieNominated
Teen Choice Awards [30] [31] Choice Movie: Romantic Comedy Won
Choice Movie Actor: Romantic ComedyAshton KutcherWon
Choice Movie Actress: Romantic Comedy Queen Latifah Nominated
Choice Movie: ChemistryTaylor Swift and Taylor LautnerNominated
Choice Movie: LiplockTaylor Swift and Taylor LautnerNominated
Choice Movie: Hissy Fit Jessica Biel Nominated
Choice Movie Scene Stealer: Male George LopezNominated
Choice Movie Scene Stealer: Female Anne Hathaway Nominated
Choice Movie Breakout: FemaleTaylor SwiftWon

Home media

Valentine's Day was released on Region 1 DVD, iTunes and Blu-ray Disc on 18 May 2010. [32]

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