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I Hate Valentine's Day

Rating:PG-13 (for some sexual content)
Release Date:July 3, 2009
Running time:98 minutes
Cast:Via Vardalos, John Corbett, Stephen Guarinio, Amir Arison, Zoe Kazan
Director:Nia Vardalos
Producer:William Sherak, Jason Shuman, Madeleine Sherak
Writer:Nia Vardalo, Stephen David, Ben Zook
Distributor:IFC Films

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Description: Meet Genevieve. She loves romance. She loves flowers. She loves Valentine's Day. All of which is fitting as the owner of "Roses for Romance," a quaint flower shop in the heart of a friendly Brooklyn, N.Y., neighborhood. Her one problem is that she hates relationships. Having been hurt numerous times in the past when it comes to matters of the heart, Genevieve keeps herself happy by not letting any one man in. Dating is a game to her, a game she is very good at. Genevieve doesn't get dumped and never gets hurt because she doesn't stick around long enough for things to get ugly. Then she meets Greg.

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