Be My Valentine | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | February 18, 2014
entertainment value
Harmlessly cutesy but pretty bland romance. Wreaks of the Hallmark stamp. Would be better summed up in 20 minutes (or on one card).
genre Romance
synopsis Firefighter lieutenant Dan Farrell (William Baldwin) is a widower and single dad who isn’t looking for love. But a few weeks before Valentine’s Day, his team responds to a fire at a local florist and he can’t help but notice the pretty owner, Kate (Natalie Brown). When he struggles to buy flower arrangements for the stations annual Valentine’s Day Firefighter’s Ball, Dan enlists Kate’s expertise and soon the two are spending lots of time getting to know each other. Inspired by his son Tyler’s (Christian Martyn) budding romance with another firefighter’s daughter, Dan starts to open up his own heart and even asks Kate to be his date to the ball. Just when he couldn’t be happier, Dan is faced with an expected emergency call: Kate’s ex, Gavin (James Thomas), has returned to win her back with a marriage proposal. Will Dan suit up to fight for love, or let the flame with Kate burn out?
lead actors William Baldwin | Natalie Brown | Lisa Berry | James Thomas | Christian Martyn | Leah McPherson | Michael Cram | Michael Xavier
director Graeme Campbell