Actor Colin Farrell isn't a fan of Valentine's Day because he doesn't believe that men and women should need a romantic reminder one time out of the year.
People need to take love and romance much more seriously, according to the actor, and every day should be a mini-Valentine's Day.
He tells WENN, "Love is possibly underrated and the importance of it and how it's prevalence in a single person's life or in a shared community can make incredible changes and promote the idea of peace and harmony in a society or a person's individual existence.
"I think love has to be the one thing that defines us as human beings; our ability to care for each other, our ability to demonstrate, through acts of compassion, a concern for your fellow man.
"But Valentine's Day; I don't even know what that's about. I mean it's an excuse... I don't think there's anything wrong with flowers or chocolate covered cherries, but it would be nice if it didn't take a commercially-promoted holiday for people to extend themselves in gestures of love."
Farrell is set to get hearts fluttering this Valentine's Day as the star of new movie romance Winter's Tale.Copyright WENN.com