Valentine A college loser falls prey to a practical joke, then takes out his frustrations by killing his parents. Years later, he leaves prison a new man - thanks to some plastic surgery. And he's aiming to take slow revenge on the women who played the practical joke. Denise Richards, David Boreanaz and Jessica Capshaw star. Head Over Heels Young romantic comedy about four supermodels who spy on the cute guy who lives across the street. Monica Potter, Shalom Harlow and Sarah O'Hare are among the models, and Freddie Prinze Jnr is the man they're all after - but does he hide a murderous secret? A.O. Scott The New York Times 'Freddie Prinze Jnr with a dark secret? The man is so guileless, so transcendently indifferent to anything you might think of as acting that he exists on screen without motives, thoughts or desires. At one point Jim and Amanda pay a midnight visit to a frolicsome pair of beluga whales at a zoo. At times of stress, Jim explains, he likes to visit these lovely mammals, and he resolves to try to be more like them. This is the most interesting line in the film, a kind of Zen koan on the mystical bonds that link all living things . . . But back to the supermodels, who are played by actual models. The film's moments of humour almost entirely consist of tall skinny women falling down or bumping into things, as if the director, Mark Waters, were developing a UPN [television network] sitcom inspired by the photographs of Helmut Lang.' Karen Moline Movieline 'Once upon a time, a very clever man named Alfred made a very clever movie about a man who spies out his window on his neighbours. Well, this idea was so good that lots of people have stolen it. But they forgot the golden rule - thieves never prosper. If you forget the golden rule and wander into a screening of Head Over Heels, your punishment will be worse than a weekend on Alcatraz.' Elvis Mitchell The New York Times Valentine is in the tradition of heartwarming holiday classics like Black Christmas, Friday The 13th and Halloween. Years ago Jay Leno had a joke about the ultimate film along these lines, an angry Thanksgiving picture called Turkey: This Time, It's His Turn To Do The Carving! Valentine could have been part of that routine, since it feels like both a joke and a turkey. Dennis Harvey Variety Looking good but lacking much in the way of personality or grey matter - rather like its characters - Valentine is a straightforward slasher pic that's acceptably scary until a weak finale. Prospect of fave babe Denise Richards being chased around by the usual knife-wielding maniac will no doubt click big-time with multiplexers this week, before Hannibal renders it a distant second priority.