Valentine Movies

Pop some popcorn, pour the drinks and cozy up to your loved one, then download these Valentine movies from our digital collections.

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When reporter Allie Rusch is recruited to play cupid to 2 pop musicians, things get rocky when one of them falls for her.

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When Tom learns that he has terminal brain cancer, he decides to find a replacement husband for his wife and a father to his daughter before it is too late. Unbeknownst to his wife Valentine, Tom sets up an on-line dating profile for her, but quickly realizes that he doesn't know much about her anymore. So, in order to find a perfect match, Tom endeavors to get to know her again and remembers why he fell in love with her all those years ago... just in time to say goodbye.

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My Funny Valentine is the comic story about a struggling young writer in LA who turns to what he does best - when love continues to elude him he simply writes the girl of his dreams into his life. The newly single Zander struggles to find both love and himself, but all of this changes when he meets Zoe. Zander embarks upon his master plan; employing Zoe to work with him on his new script but is soon caught between the "real" world and "reel" world, and quickly finds out that there's no substitute for the real thing. My Funny Valentine is a modern-day take on love and friendship and the blurred lines in between.

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David Boreanaz stars in this horrifying thriller as a man who transforms his appearance and uses his newfound sex appeal to seduce the women who had tormented him. Adolescent indiscretions return to haunt four friends--Kate Paige, Lily, and Dorothy--who are now young adults. After a close friend's funeral, the women begin to receive strange, menacing Valentine's Day messages. When a detective links their friend's death to a boy they tormented in junior high school, each realizes she may know the vicious killer who hides behind a cherub's mask.

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