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  • Valentine (2001)

    i saw valentine on tv sunday night and boy what a crap storyline honestly without spoiling the movie for anyone there was nothing interesting about the film except for 2 cool death scenes and that's it
    You'll simply never understand the true nature of sacrifice

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    Guilty Pleasure

    I know it's not a good film but I love it. I love the killer's costume, the hot cast and the deaths which some are creative. Another thing is that the movie really reminds me of the old school slashers. This movie has a special place in my

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    • #3
      I fuckin' hated this movie. It was terrible.

      Made me hate David Boreanez. And I liked him previously in Angel.
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      • #4
        the film however did have one good thing about ....
        during the film all the male figures are arseholes and treat all the girls like shit
        which makes me wonder is this a feminist/anti-sexist film in disguise
        You'll simply never understand the true nature of sacrifice

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        • #5
          Originally posted by GlynReaper View Post
          the film however did have one good thing about ....
          during the film all the male figures are arseholes and treat all the girls like shit
          which makes me wonder is this a feminist/anti-sexist film in disguise
          How is that a good thing?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by GlynReaper View Post
            the film however did have one good thing about ....
            during the film all the male figures are arseholes and treat all the girls like shit
            which makes me wonder is this a feminist/anti-sexist film in disguise
            We'll have to ask director Jamie Blanks. His previous film Urban Legend is better than this.

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            • #7
              lol thats all i can say lol

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              • #8
                David Boreanez walked the same way whether he had the mask on or not. It was a sort of slow bouncing strut, yet nobody ever put two and two together.

                And how did he get the maggots in the chocolate without killing them?

                I bought this as a blind buy years ago, and traded it in years ago.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Slasher Freak View Post
                  ...director Jamie Blanks. His previous film Urban Legend is better than this.

                  I agree, I wasn't a huge Urban Legend fan, but it was much better.

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                  • #10
                    good for the time

                    VALENTINE although cheesy in some ways, was cool in others ie. face beating with hot iron. When you look back in the slasher library all of them are the same line up attractive teens to murder, but this was a tad different. it gave you the sense of who the killer was and then tricked you. It used all girl cast that although has been done before, these chicks were hot and there bratty ways gave the story some umph, like why should we care about these mean bitches getting there neck thrown on jagged glass? around this time in movies it was about the 3rd scream, 2nd i know what you did last summer, 3straight to video urban legend, so at the time considering one of the more remerable horror movies lately, besides rejects, saws, there really havent been rememberable horror movies, not to say valentine is up there but for what it is its an ok flick to watch
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                    • #11
                      The killer looked cool and the mentioned iron death scene was pretty neat, but the movie still wasnt very good. But it had potential to be great.

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                      • #12
                        As some of you might know this movie got a few "violent moments" cut off.
                        I dunno if anyone here saw this when it was aired on Pay Per View back in 2001 but I have read that the original version of the movie was shown there. I sure would like to see the original version that has more blood and more of that iron death scene.

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                        • #13
                          Average slasher, only seen it once though.

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                          • #14
                            at one point in the film i thought the killer was jeremy's brother or sister who was seeking revenge for what they did to him
                            and you found out their home ws torched to the ground with their mum an dad in it by a group of angry parents or something like that
                            You'll simply never understand the true nature of sacrifice

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by GlynReaper View Post
                              at one point in the film i thought the killer was jeremy's brother or sister who was seeking revenge for what they did to him
                              and you found out their home ws torched to the ground with their mum an dad in it by a group of angry parents or something like that
                              There's still morons that think the fat ass chick was the killer.

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