David Carradine & Uma Thurman in Quentin Tarantino’s "Kill Bill - Vol. 2."
David Carradine & Uma Thurman in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill - Vol. 2." (Andrew Cooper/ Miramax Films)

These are not your warm and fuzzy romance flicks. If you're not a fan of Valentine's Day, for whatever reason, they might hit the spot better than a heart-shaped box of chocolates:

1. "The War of the Roses," (1989): Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner duke it out and practically destroy one another in the process.

2. "Unfaithful," (2002): Richard Gere and Diane Lane play a couple whose marriage goes dangerously awry.

3. "Kill Bill: Vol. 1," (2003): A ticked-off and betrayed bride, played by Uma Thurman, hacks up everyone in sight.

4. "Kill Bill: Vol. 2," (2004): More betrayal, more hacking.

5. "Husbands and Wives," (1992): It's Woody Allen and Mia Farrow. Enough said.

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