Valentine's Day (1998) Movie Details

Valentine's Day
Duane Clark
Lawrence Shragge
1 hr 31 mins
Rating: 6.8/10 from 184 users

Valentine's Day Movie Cast

Mario Van Peebles
as Jack Valentine
Zehra Leverman
as Alma
Randy Quaid
as Phil
Rae Dawn Chong
as Sally
Stewart Bick
as Nocera
Ben Gazzara
as Joe Buddha
John Bourgeois
as Keenan
Frank Crudele
as Tommy
Susan Kottman
Susan Kottman as Mrs. Duckworth
David Hemblen
as Jennings

Valentine's Day Crew List

Writer : Norman Snider
Producer : Lewis Chesler , Greg Copeland , Jean Desormeaux
Executive Producer : David Perlmutter , Jeff Sackman , Stephen Ujlaki
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : François Protat
Director :
Writer : Norman Snider

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Detective Jack Valentine is reinstated from his desk job to go back onto the streets. His first assignment ends with the death of a mobster who was about to turn states evidence. The killing came as the mobster was with his girlfriend Alma. Jack suspects Alma of being involved - even more so when he finds her involved with one of the mob family, Michael. However he begins to fall for her himself and finds himself involved in the deadly game where not everything is what it seems.

Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is a 1998 English Film stars Mario Van Peebles , Norman Snider , Lewis Chesler , Greg Copeland , Jean Desormeaux , David Perlmutter , Jeff Sackman , Stephen Ujlaki , Lawrence Shragge , François Protat , Duane Clark , Zehra Leverman , Randy Quaid , Rae Dawn Chong , Stewart Bick , Ben Gazzara , John Bourgeois , Frank Crudele , Susan Kottman , David Hemblen , Norman Snider , directed by Duane Clark & music by Lawrence Shragge.