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The Definite Ranking Of All The Relationships In Valentine's Day

Yes, this movie sucks. But you'll probably still end up watching it this festive season, whether you want to or not.

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8. Edgar & Estelle

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OK, while the problems that Edgar (Héctor Elizondo) and Estelle (Shirley MacLaine) are facing -- admitting to an age old affair after years of wracking guilt -- are realistic, it's all just a bit of a snooze fest.

Although they do give great sex advice to Emma Roberts' character.

7. Liz & Jason

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Jason has a problem with Liz being a phone sex operator to pay off her college debts, and I have a problem with him having a problem. A sister's gotta do what a sister's gotta do.

Furthermore, the stupid accents she puts on to be a dominatrix are pretty naff.

5. Grace & Alex

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Now here is a teen couple we can get behind. The song Alex writes for Grace (before being rudely interrupted), is pretty cute, and she has many wise but realistic thoughts on teen sex.

4. Morely/Reed/Julia/Harrison

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This love square really is the basis for this whole film. Since Jessica Alba and Ashton Kutcher are such insufferable people who take such vapid roles, it would have been better if their characters had ended up together.

That said, I suppose it's nice that Julia (Jennifer Garner) ends up with the flower man and not the adulterer doctor (Patrick Dempsey).

3. Kara & Kelvin

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Kara (Jessica Biel) and Kelvin (Jamie Foxx) are definitely the most attractive couple in the whole film, AND they seem like they're actually good fun, unlike the rest of the moaners.

Most importantly, he restores her faith in romance.

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