Valentine

Theatrical Release: February 2, 2001
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Synopsis

Four 13-year-old girls play a cruel practical joke on a nerdy male classmate. A decade later, he seeks vengeance by electrocuting, stabbing or slitting their throats.

Dove Review

If “Left Behind: The Movie” is about the anti-Christ, then “Valentine” is about the anti-Cupid. A masked, unknown assailant murders beautiful young women. There’s nothing like an original film experience. Nothing new to this one except the fact that you probably won’t care about those being hacked to death. I couldn’t find one single person in this film I liked, cared about or would ever want to know. I find spending 90-minutes watching unlikable people get brutalized to be depressing. Silly me.

Content Description

GD 1, Jesus 3, Christ 1, F-word 4, S-word 2, bitch 2 – Sex: nude photos of women; much sexuality and several situations; Drinking: lots of drinking by the young leads Violence: Murderer kills by slitting a throat, drowning, electrocuting, stabbing, shooting with arrows, an axe etc.).

Info

Company: Warner Brothers
Director: Jamie Blanks
Producer: Dylan Sellers
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Phil Boatwright