Julia Roberts, Jessica Biel Star in Valentine's Day, Olympics Kick Off

Entertainment Feb. 12, 2010 AT 1:40PM
Julia Roberts, Jessica Biel Star in Valentine's Day, Olympics Kick Off Credit: Ron Batzdorff

Heading to the movies this Valentine's Day?

Though Us' Thelma Adams cautions the ensemble flick Valentine's Day is way too crowded, it's a mixed bag of sweet and silly that could serve as the perfect date movie. In the flick, a florist (Ashton Kutcher) proposes to his gal pal (Jessica Alba); a mailroom clerk (Topher Grace) romances a coworker (Anne Hathaway) who does phone sex on the side; and a businessman (Bradley Cooper) gets to know a soldier (Julia Roberts) on a flight.

SNEAK PEEK! See adorable photos from the romantic flick.

Adams raves about Taylor Swift's performance as a high school ditz and says Jessica Biel earns chuckles as a publicist who hates the holiday.

On the small screen this weekend on NBC affiliates, look for Vancouver's Winter Olympics to be dominating the programming grid, kicking off 17 days of coverage with Friday's Opening Ceremonies, followed by the ski-jumping competition. To learn more, click here.

Which Olympians have made the best transition from athletes to celebrities? Tell Us!

A must-see TV show for the romantic viewer? Keeping Up With the Kardashians' newest Sunday installment, which Us' John Griffiths says is both happy and hilarious.

See which couples are spending their first Valentine's Day together this year.

First, Khloe makes a surprisingly self-effacing video for her on-the-road husband, L.A. Lakers star Lamar Odom. Meanwhile, pregnant Kourtney and her still-slimy guy, Scott Disick, try to smooth out intimacy issues. "Give this clam some love for toning down the superficial flash and showing genuine heart," says Griffiths.

For more must-see weekend moments, check out Us' Movies, TV and Music channel now!

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