Funny Valentine

Funny Valentine

Director: Jeff Oppenheim Cast: Anthony Michael Hall, Marlo Marron, Ivan Martin

DVD (Full Frame)

Overview

A street performer whose luck in love could best be described as abysmal is subjected to a complete image overhaul by his womanizing best friends in a laid-back romantic comedy about love in the city starring Anthony Michael Hall and directed by Jeff Oppenheim. Despite his kind nature and keen sense of humor, street-busker Josh (Anthony Michael Hall) just can't seem to land a date. Though things start to look up for Josh when his worldly buddies Tim (Lord Jamar) and Sean (Ivan Martin) vow to share their secrets of seduction with Josh, clean up his image, and place a personal ad to help him find a date, Josh soon begins to realize that he may have already found the love he is looking for in working single mother Doreen (Marlo Marron).

Product Details

Release Date: 01/24/2006
UPC: 0000799436028
Original Release: 2005
Rating: R
Source: Xenon
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:30:00

Special Features

Montage interviews with stars & filmmaker; Outtakes; Alternate opening; Mini Charlie Chaplin movie starring Anthony Michael Hall and Marlo Marron; Photo gallery; Valentine girls; Trailer; Chapter selection

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Funny Valentine
1. Opening Titles/Strip Club [6:33]
2. Doreen [3:50]
3. "Single White Male" [7:42]
4. "A Sucker for Magic" [4:28]
5. "Order What You Want" [3:41]
6. "Well-Meaning Assholes" [4:44]
7. Dear Valentine [10:26]
8. Lining up Dates [9:24]
9. The Big Date [14:56]
10. In the Park [4:46]
11. "Out of Your League" [10:38]
12. A Lesson/End Titles [7:14]

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Funny Valentine 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this film. It was a sweet, funny escape, yet it wasn't a "chick flick" in the strict sense. As a guy, there was plenty here for me to look at (see R Rating). It's always great to catch up with Anthony Michael Hall, and the supporting cast is even better. It even has Larry Storch from F-Troop fame!