“Love it or hate-watch it: Your Guide to the Star-Studded Spectacle of Valentine’s Day Movies”

By Archana Kesharwani

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"Love it or hate-watch it: Your Guide to the Star-Studded Spectacle of Valentine's Day Movies"

Valentine’s Day is a polarizing holiday. Some are obsessed with cutesy heart-shaped gifts while others are repulsed by them. Maybe you’re a secret hopeless romantic or maybe you think the holiday is one big marketing scam.

The 2010 rom-com “Valentine’s Day” features storylines of singles that love it or hate-watch it and couples that love it. With clear influences from “Love Actually,” the film follows at least six relationship arcs, including best friends, married couples, and secret crushes. For those not in the mood for love, it’s the perfect film to hate-watch. It’s also quite fitting for those feeling particularly gushy this year.

Just over two hours long, the cast is stacked with familiar faces, many of them Oscar winners: Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper, Julia Roberts, and Jamie Foxx to name a few. A 21-year-old Taylor Swift also makes her film debut alongside ex-romantic partner, Taylor Lautner.

Here’s what to know about Valentine’s Day,” and when and where to love it or hate-watch it this year.

Here’s where you can stream ‘Love it or hate-watch itValentine’s Day is available on Hulu with a subscription or available for purchase or rent on YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Apple TV.

The cast list does not disappoint. There’s a favorite actor for everyone: Academy Award winner Shirley MacLaine is known for her many iconic roles, including Fran in the 1960s rom-com “The Apartment.” Then of course there’s George Lopez, known for his ABC sitcom, and Patrick Dempsey, aka McDreamy from “Grey’s Anatomy.”

Swifties will be happy to see Taylor Swift makes an appearance as the character Felicia Miller. Swift and Lautner’s characters play high school sweethearts, and she wrote the song “Today Was a Fairytale” for the film.

Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or over the Valentine’s Day hype, here’s a binge-worthy movie guide for every romantic trope out there.

The season of love is almost upon us. And as most of us scurry to find the perfect presents for our special someone’s and loved ones, here’s a binge-worthy list of WIRED Middle East movie recommendations with picks for every kind of romantic this Love it or hate-watch it

Starting the running with a 90s classic featuring a rom-com veteran, Julia Roberts, who plays Julianne Potter, a 27-year-old food critic who receives a mysterious voicemail from her best friend Michael O’Neal, played by Dermot Mulroney. Love it or hate-watch it Reminded of a promise the two friends made years ago to marry each other if they were single at 28, Jules picks up the phone and calls Michael. To her shock,

Michael reveals he has met someone and is getting married in four days. And thus begins Jules’ psychotic pursuit to bring back “the man in her life” and break up his wedding in four days. Her relentless mission to split the happy couple is immediately stifled when she meets Kimberly Wallace, ‘Kimmy’, Michael’s fiancée, played by the angelic Cameron Diaz. Featuring an iconic rendition of Diana King’s “I Say a Little Prayer” by the cast, My Best Friend’s Wedding is a hilarious yet heartbreaking goose chase in the name of love.

In this adaptation of Nora Ephron’s best-selling autobiographical novel, Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson battle the trials and tribulations of love and marriage. The movie follows the union of two fiercely independent individuals who find love and make it work in the face of life’s many ebbs and flows. A tearjerker with an idyllic scene crafted around a midnight bowl of spaghetti carbonara.

Can you imagine a world in which a bulky machine could accurately ascertain if you and your partner are in love? Love it or hate-watch it Christos Nikou pondered this apocalyptic reality and created Fingernails. A movie that examines the gradual crumbling of a healthy relationship between Anna (played by Jessie Buckley) and Ryan (played by Jeremy Allen White) despite receiving a perfect score on the “love test”.

Minor cracks transform into noticeable fractures in the relationship when Anna begins working at the Love Institute and forges an intimate connection with her colleague, Amir (played by Riz Ahmed). With a soothing soundtrack that will ease you in and out of love, Fingernails presents the eerie possibility of a future so deeply dictated by the whims of technology.

With all due respect to the heinous-looking one-two punch of Endless Love and Winter’s Tale, which have seemingly arrived in theaters this Love it or hate-watch it to torture impressionable romantics nationwide, there is one film so grossly saccharine that it rules the V-Day crap-movie roost. I’m talking about Valentine’s Day.

This 2010 film was a lame attempt at mimicking the star-studded rom-com conceit made famous—or infamous, depending on your taste—by 2003’s Love it or hate-watch it. Only this time, the action was set in California and boasted a plethora of bizarre, chemistry-free star couplings. Yes, Garry Marshall’s Valentine’s Day managed to fleece unsuspecting audiences of over $216 million worldwide, but it’s a film that will live on in infamy


We hope you will like the article of taaza-time.com. complete information about it is given in this article of “Love it or hate-watch it: Your Guide to the Star-Studded Spectacle of Valentine’s Day Movies”. Valentine’s Day movies are full of famous actors and interesting stories. The 2010 rom-com “Valentine’s Day” is a good example. It tells many love stories with different characters.

If you enjoy romance, this movie is like other popular ones, such as “Love Actually.” But if you’re not a fan of the Valentine’s Day excitement, you can still have a good time watching and making fun of “Valentine’s Day.”

It’s not too long, about two hours, and you can find it on streaming services like Hulu, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Apple TV. The cast is full of well-known actors like Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper, Julia Roberts, and Jamie Foxx.

As Valentine’s Day gets closer, you might want to check out this movie, whether you love the holiday or not. “Valentine’s Day” has something for everyone, and it’s a nice option for your movie list. So, whether you’re watching with someone special or by yourself, enjoy the fun and famous people in Valentine’s Day movies!


Archana Kesharwani

Hello friends my name is Archi Kesharwani . I am blogger. I have one year experience in blogging

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