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12 movies to watch on Ignite TV to celebrate any version of Valentine’s Day!

Written by Bill Brioux

Who doesn’t love Valentine’s Day? Well, to be honest, lots of people! While cupid’s arow doesn’t always hit the mark, there’s nothing that a good movie can’t fix.

This year, whether you’re celebrating or dreading Valentine’s Day or getting together with friends for Galentine’s Day, these 25 titles are just a Rogers Ignite voice remote command away.


“Here Today” (2021; On Demand). An unlikely May-December friendship blossoms between a veteran comedy writer struggling with memory loss (Billy Crystal) and a New York singer (Tiffany Haddish).

“I’m Your Man” (2021; On Demand). In this German romantic comedy (with subtitles), a scientist must live with a humanoid robot designed to be the perfect partner. Dan Stevens and Maren Eggert star.

“Long Weekend” (2021; On Demand). This romantic science fiction comedy-drama stars Finn Wittrock, Zoe Chao and Damon Wayans Jr., in a story about a down-on-his-luck writer who meets a woman at just the right time. So why does it feel too right?

“The Only One” (2021; On Demand). A 30-year-old woman who has resigned herself to a life of independence decides to revisit the one man she ever considered settling down with. Does it help that he lives on a vineyard in France? Caitlin Stacey and Jon Beavers star.


“C’mon C’mon” (2021; On Demand). Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman star in this tale of a radio journalist and his young nephew who form a tenuous but transformational relationship during a road trip. Gaby Hoffman also stars.

“The Green Knight” (2021; On Demand). Dev Patel and Alicia Vikander star is a story about King Arthur’s headstrong nephew who embarks on a dangerous quest to confront a mysterious giant.

“Sensation” (2021; On Demand). A DNA program allows a man to receive, control and send information based on the senses of others. Eugene Simon, Emily Wyatt star.

“Copshop” (2021; On Demand). On the run from a lethal assassin (Gerard Butler) tracks a wily con artist (Frank Grillo) who hatches a plan to hide out in a small-town Nevada police station.


“The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” (2005; On Demand). Four best friends set off on their first summer apart by passing between them a magical pair of jeans. Amber Tamblyn, Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera and Blake Lively star.

“Bridesmaids” (2011; On Demand, Crave, STARZ, Netflix, Prime Video). Kristen Wigg is outstanding as a woman whose life unravels, and she helps her lifelong friend (Maya Rudolph) prepare for her wedding. Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy also star.

“Clueless” (1995; On Demand; Netflix). Alicia Silverstone is totally awesome as a Beverly Hills teen who strives to make a difference. Amy Heckerling directs, with Stacey Dash and Brittany Murphy in support.

“13 Going on 30” (2004; On Demand). A dorky adolescent magically transforms into a successful businesswoman when complications ensue. Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo and Judy Greer star.

Bill Brioux is a veteran columnist who covers television daily at