REMEMBER SUNDAY Add To My Top 10
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Release Date: April 21, 2013
Audience: Older children to adults
Runtime: 96 minutes
Distributor: Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions
Director: Jeff Bleckner
Executive Producer: Brent Shields
Producer: Christopher Lennertz
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After his aneurism, Gus is stuck as an assistant at a jeweler shop. When he wakes up, he has a note to look at a file that reminds him of who he is and what he’s supposed to do. He also has notes all over his apartment of what he’s supposed to do. He has a pen recorder that records everything he’s supposed to remember. This allows him to download his short-term memories to his computer.
One day Gus is supposed to meet his best friend at a New Orleans restaurant, near where he lives. At the restaurant, Molly waits on him. Molly’s life is like his: it’s been on hold. She’s waiting for the right guy. She’s also waiting to start a flower business while she waits for an inheritance from her aunt.
Molly and Gus both hit it off. Molly finds his pen and leaves him a message. Molly doesn’t realize that Gus has short-term memory lapse, because he’s so good at compensating with the help of his sister Lucy.
Gus starts to date Molly. Of course, there are crises, he forgets dates, things go wrong, she thinks he’s another cad, her cynical roommate thinks he’s worse then a cad. However, Gus is such a great guy that the audience is wholeheartedly rooting for him.
REMEMBER SUNDAY is another great Hallmark movie. Like the Movieguide® Award winner, A SMILE AS BIG AS THE MOON, it’s about a person trying to deal with an extremely difficult mental problem. It has a message of answered prayer, sacrifice and love transcending romantic notions of what love should be. The acting is terrific. Both of the main characters are lovable. The crises provide a lot of jeopardy.
REMEMBER SUNDAY is one of Hallmark Hall of Fame’s best movies. It’s highly recommended by Movieguide®.
REMEMBER SUNDAY is another great Hallmark film. Like the Movieguide® Award winner, A SMILE AS BIG AS THE MOON, it’s about a person trying to deal with an extremely difficult mental problem. It has a strong message of answered prayer, sacrifice and love transcending romantic notions of what love should be. The acting in REMEMBER SUNDAY is terrific. The crises provide great jeopardy. REMEMBER SUNDAY is one of the great movies from Hallmark.