Valentine's Day, released Friday, packs maybe the most concentrated star power of any movie in years, with everyone from Julia Roberts to Anne Hathaway to Jamie Foxx to Ashton Kutcher participating. But according to critics, too many cooks have spoiled the broth, as the movie has garnered overwhelmingly negative reviews. In his review for the Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert writes that "Valentine's Day is so desperate to keep all the characters alive, it's like those Russian jugglers who run around, trying to keep all their plates spinning on poles." The clutter ends up wrecking whatever charms the A-list cast bring to the film. The New York Times' Manohla Dargis calls it "a disaster: cynically made, barely directed, terribly written." And the New York Observer's Rex Reed says the film is "lame and contrived."