It is, essentially, a way for an actor to mail in a performance, have their name attached to a surefire hit, keep their pricey quote, and pick up a nice chunk of change for a few days’ work. Everything is better when she’s there.” This is the quality of writing we’re dealing with here.
The music choices in Valentine’s Day are painfully on the nose.
Oh, there’s also Kara (Jessica Biel), beautiful publicist to a closeted gay football player (Eric Dane, a.k.a.
Bradley Cooper has that hungry look in his eye; that of an actor who knows his time has come even if he can't quite admit it yet.
"I'm so used to working just to work," he says, "and taking whatever comes." Like most actors, he's also highly superstitious.
So after that, I thought, 'I'm never going to say anything'." Still, after ten years of such thankless toil in the industry – taking small roles in Nip/Tuck and Alias along the way – all that's about to change.