by Patrick Bromley
Since watching movies has become my preferred way to celebrate any and every occasion, it just makes sense to program an all day, all night marathon devoted to love, both romantic and otherwise. I know this day isn't everyone's bag, but how can you dislike it when it gives you an excuse to watch a bunch of really cool movies?
10 am - A Life Less Ordinary (1997, dir. Danny Boyle)
Noon - Ninotchka (1939, dir. Ernst Lubitsch)
2 pm - Mannequin (1987, dir. Michael Gottlieb)
3:30 pm - La Belle et La Bête (1946, dir. Jean Cocteau)
5:15 pm - Streets of Fire (1984, dir. Walter Hill)
7 pm - True Romance (1993, dir. Tony Scott)
9:15 pm - Spring (2015, dir. Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead)
11:15 pm - My Bloody Valentine (1981, dir. George Mihalka)
12:45 am - The Whip and the Body (1963, dir. Mario Bava)
2:15 am - Cemetery Man (1994, dir. Michele Soavi)
4:15 am - Yoga Hosers (2016, dir. Kevin Smith)
6 am - Valley Girl (1983, dir. Martha Coolidge)
8 am - Punch-Drunk Love (2003, dir. Paul Thomas Anderson)
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone.