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Meet The Fictionals: Favourite Valentine’s Films!

Love is in the air and on the big screens this time of year, as moviegoers get romantic for February. If you’re stuck for what to watch this Valentine’s season, here are some suggestions for The Fictionals!

“My fave movie in almost any category is the Princess Bride because it’s got it all: action, adventure, love, betrayal, humour and a little bit of magic!” – Sarah Dawn Pledge


“I don’t usually watch movies more than once, but Moulin Rouge is an amazing love story with very iconic music.” – Dan Dumsha

“My favorite Valentine’s Day movie is Castaway, a heartwarming tale about a man, standing in front of a volleyball, asking to be loved back.” – Scott Antifave

“One of my top Valentines film choices is Deadpool. I love the wierd and oddly romantic feel of the whole story. There’s a realness to it that’s unlike most ‘love’ relationship stories you see in the average movie. Now I don’t want my partner to pull a candy ring out of his bum as part of his proposal, but to me that seems a lot more realistic than a lot of love stories you see these days. I also just ‘Marvel’ over a good superhero flick!” – Rae Lynn Carson


“Me and Valentine’s Day do not jive. We had falling out about 6 years ago. We tried to mend the fences on a couple of occasions but every year Valentine expectations just got more elaborate and expensive. So now I celebrate Anti-Valentines Day 364 and 1/4 days of the year. If I had to pick a movie that I would watch on Anti-Valentine’s Day, it would be the Faulty Tower TV Series. It has everything; romance, comedy, slap-stick, comedy, drama, dramatic comedy – you name it.” – Brad Rossington

“I like watching Love, Actually on Valentine’s Day. It has the word love in the title, and it reminds me that I need to finish my Christmas shopping.” – Daniel Chai

What are your favourite Valentine’s films? Send it to us at fictionalscomedy@gmail.com and you could win tickets to an upcoming Hot Improv Tuesdays or Improv Against Humanity.

Valentine’s Day Destruction on February 14 combines passion and punchlines at Cafe Deux Soleils

A Valentine’s Day event so extreme, it only takes place once every five years!

This February 14, you’re invited to a special Vancouver Improv Fight Club where The Fictionals & Friends break hearts and funny bones at Cafe Deux Soleils! The stage will run red as two teams of Cupids battle for the audience’s affection! Plus there will be award-winning comedy, chocolate hearts, and a special presentation of TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs!


Onstage will be John Voth, Julia Helen Church , Alan Pavlakovic, Julia Lank, Brad Rossington, Racquel Belmonte and host Daniel Chai. Doors at 7:30 pm, show at 8:00 pm. Tickets just $7 or $5 for students. Whether you’re on a first date, celebrating an anniversary, or looking for love in a funny place, come join the fun at Valentine’s Day Destruction!


Show Us Your Wits: Improv & Burlesque Extravaganza at Rio Theatre on February 11th

It is scientifically proven that laughter, not distance, makes the heart grow fonder, so The Fictionals Comedy Co. are excited to present a special pre-Valentine’s Tease edition of Show Us Your Wits at the Rio Theatre! On Wednesday, February 11th, join The Fictionals for The Improv & Burlesque Extravaganza: we will perform a hot set of your favourite improv games, and two of Vancouver’s finest burlesque dancers will turn up the heat! Plus a chance to win some prizes in “Let’s Make A Date”!

Wednesday, February 11th
Doors at 7pm/Show @ 8pm.

Tickets: $9 in advance, $12 at the door
Advance tickets: https://riotheatretickets.ca/

More Info:

Show Us Your Wits is proud to welcome:

~ Veronica Vex (Screaming Chicken Theatrical Society, Lost Girls Burlesque)

~ Just Call Her Heather (NSFW: Hip Hop Meets Striptease, This Ain’t Yo Mumma’s Bingo)

Singles, Duos, Triads and all of the above: come celebrate the season of love with Show Us Your Wits!


Warning: may contain some strong language, sexual content and mature themes. Viewer discretion is advised.

Show Us Your Wits - Feb 2015