Director Garry Marshall’s romantic comedy “Valentine’s Day” is loaded with more stars than a season of “The Love Boat,” “Dancing With the Stars” and “Celebrity Rehab” combined. The result: celebrity overkill. And in an effort to take care of all the stars, Marshall ends up shortchanging everyone.
Director Garry Marshall’s romantic comedy “Valentine’s Day” is loaded with more stars than a season of “The Love Boat,” “Dancing With the Stars” and “Celebrity Rehab” combined. The result: celebrity overkill. And in an effort to take care of all the stars, Marshall ends up shortchanging everyone.
Director Garry Marshall’s romantic comedy “Valentine’s Day” is loaded with more stars than a season of “The Love Boat,” “Dancing With the Stars” and “Celebrity Rehab” combined. The result: celebrity overkill. And in an effort to take care of all the stars, Marshall ends up shortchanging everyone.

A little too much lovin' clogs up 'Valentine's Day'

February 11, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 12, 2010 06:43 AM

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