Cast: Cunningham Muhammed; De La Vega James; Fahey Phillip B.; Hall Anthony Michael; Jamar Lord; Lopez Michael; Mantle David; Martin Ivan; Narvaez Michael J.; Schwartz Marvin W.; Storch Larry; Ayala Corina Katt; Barnett Julia; Barrymore Jaid; Carter Mary Dixie; Cole Lynnette; Downey Allyson; Guerard Sandra; Hall Mercedes; Hoyos Carolina; Jones Justine; Kaufman Wendy; Marron Marlo; Meira Moet; Meisel Leslie; Perez Bernadette; Ratcliffe Renйe; Shah Reena; Steinfeld Dayna; Van Graas Daniella; Vermilyea Kristen; Welch Veronica; Wolfe Traci Ann; Borghese Paul; Brewse Monier-Williams D.; Chrein Lloyd; Leichter Leo; Lerner Laura; Motley Wes; Oppenheim Jeff; Trexler Tamara; Van Meter Griffin; Treadway Stephen; Arnold Greg; Duncan Tere; Reitano Robert M.; Aislen Charles; Ansley Jamie; Balfour Brad; Beam Herby; Bollock Heath; Branham Chavonne; Brooks Eric; Buder Chris; Case David; Courville Jamie; Deerin Andrew; Ghattas Natalie; Hazrati Shawheen; Kaykov Roman; Khoury Cassandre; Laventure Ron; Maguire Peter; Marks Theo; Pines Nance; Portella Kristian; Rodriguez Jasmine; Russell Jason; Sandoral Elizabeth; Santucci Jennifer; Weiler Kim; Wellman Jennifer D.; Yesair Peter
Taglines: Sometimes you must believe
Storyline: Josh is one of those guys who can’t navigate the shallow NY singles scene. Not to worry, his two friends Tim and Sean are self proclaimed singles experts who are willing to help their buddy. From bestowing their dating wisdom, to giving their friend a total image make-over these two stop at nothing – including the writing, placement, and interviewing of a personal ad. Weeding out the three “right ones” or at least what they deem the most appropriate proves to be a monumental experience, even for these two. In the meantime, Josh applies some of his newly acquired wisdom coupled with his own honest approach on Doreen – a woman his two buddies have deemed out of his league. Indeed, it appears that all of his advances go unnoticed on this lovely but embittered singled mom. Of course love does triumph in the end, but it is found by the heart and only after the age-old adage of “to thine own self be true” is learned by one and all.
“Funny Valentine” is about learning what it takes to find true love. Josh is a street performer having an extended dry spell with women. His two buddies, Sean and Tim never have trouble in that department, and they set out to help in their own way. But Josh, is not interested in call girls and one-night stands. By following his own heart and believing in himself, he finds true love his own way in the form of the beguiling Doreen