Warner Bros. Pictures | Release Date: February 2, 2001
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Moby1682May 3, 2016
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Valentine is a stylish horror thriller that has plenty of creative death scenes and a complex whodunit plot. The actors have great camaraderie notably Denise Richards,

David Boreanz (AKA Angel) as Adam and Marley Shelton as his ex-girlfriend. She doesn't trust him because he's an alcoholic and he wants to start seeing her again.

One of my favourite horror movies with a terrific cast and an unpredictable, spooky ending.

The exciting parts of this movie is when the Valentine cards are shown because the messages relate to the character's deaths. The messages in the cards rhyme as in traditional gift cards but in morbid ways.

All of the victims receive the Valentine's Day cards in the mail but nobody can figure out who the murderer
is.
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chuckyoAug 30, 2006
There isn't anything original about the movie, but it's still fun. Also, Denise Richards looks incredible in this film, and her scenes are great.
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agentunFeb 15, 2017
This pice of art directed by Jamie after he did "Urban Legends" two years before is really a good work the actors do their parts good but the best is Jessica Capshaw that sort of plays the main- girl but not the lead

The Photo is brilliant
This pice of art directed by Jamie after he did "Urban Legends" two years before is really a good work the actors do their parts good but the best is Jessica Capshaw that sort of plays the main- girl but not the lead

The Photo is brilliant and the make-up little 80s on some of the girls wich make it more realistic in fashion the story trys to fool you and eaven if its not does that you will still not be sure of everything this movie deserves better critics by magazines and awards but it did pretty well on Cinemas i think i think this movie is much better then many of the bigger horror-hits from 98-03

movies like Scream 3, i know and i still know what you did last summer and haunted was little to humorous to feel really frightening

Valentine was much more realistic and had some really deep message that was not so common in this kind of genre I will not reveal anything for those who have not seen the movie yet but this is probably the horror-film that i prefer when it comes to school-time in my life (2000-2003)
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