And maybe change your V-Day plans.
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Natural pheromones, baby.
Dwight Schrute! And Chris Traeger!
They want you to stay home and watch their show.
Fox moved it back this week; let's divvy up the blame for why February 14 was a bad time to release the Reese Witherspoon action-comedy.
"Love you more than a bag of Mexican food." Heart to heart.
Meth never looked so romantic!
The Internet's favorite fictional folk hero rings in February 14 in his signature style.
A 5 is perfect ('Pretty Woman') while a 10 slips into too much pure Julia, which tilts over into smug ('Notting Hill').
A roundup of the best "Surprise, I'm married!" movie and TV reveals, honoring great achievements in husband and wife concealment.
"Cook for her if you could, if you know how to cook."
In which Britta befriends Paige the Lesbian.
Plus: Who is 'Spartacus'?
She'll play a college student.
New Line wanted him to continue the burgeoning holiday-themed franchise.
The new Farrelly Brothers' comedy keeps adding faces.
Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio make their biggest openings ever.
'Avatar' falls all the way to fourth.
How does it stack up against other romantic comedies?
Paying her $12,000 per word of dialogue actually isn't a bad deal for anybody.
We swear, it's actually pretty good.
But it can't save 'Valentine's Day' from bad press.