Sweet love story. It is a movie that I could watch many times. No bad language or questionable scenes. Could allow young girls to watch and not have to be concerned about content.
July 7, 2013
Love it, amazing acting, great story! I watch it over and over, a great addition to my DVD collection.
June 26, 2013
One of the Best Hallmark movies!
It's one of the best movies I've seen in Hallmark! Love the story and heart-warming film for sure!
Love the Alexis and Levi in this movie!
June 23, 2013
Superb story and acting and definitely a movie that looks at the best side of life
June 22, 2013
"Remember Sunday" is over-the-top fabulous. It's grabbed me in a way that only one other movie has done in my lengthy 64 years on this planet. I literally cannot get enough of it.
The performances are beyond excellent. Levi and Bledel absolutely blow their roles away, but the supporting cast provides the icing on this delicious cake. Merrit Weaver as Lucy is about as perfect as a sister can be. Loving and compassionate, totally devoted to her brother, yet almost coldly realistic when she needs to be. She carries it off flawlessly.
Baptiste is the archetype substitute father for Molly. You'll love him, even in his limited role. Jerry is great as the faithful friend from childhood. Bernadette and Max add context in their roles, which they deliver beautifully. You'll want to smack Jolene until you put yourself in her place as the friend who only sees the wierd, inexplicable behavior of the guy who keeps getting her confused with the supposed love of his life.
The only part of the movie that doesn't work is the laptop computer that crashes when the power goes down. As everybody knows, laptops run on batteries; they don't need a/c power. But what the hey? I can suspend on that and let the story flow on.
If I could I'd give "Remember Sunday" 10 stars. It's that good.
June 6, 2013
Beautifully Made Movie
This was a beautifully done movie. However, this is not the happy-go-lucky movie that I'm usually watching. This is a poignant romance that will tugged at the viewer's heartstrings. The camera work and the imagery was beautiful and seamless. The background music was forgettable. However, the true star of this film has to be our hero. Gus, played by Zachary Levi, is an amazing actor. His role as Gus showcased his range as an actor. There was no way you cannot help fall in love with Gus and believe the pain he was going through. And I cannot forget Alexis Bledel. She was a good heroine. Her acting was spot on to the emotions she wanted to get across. But Zachary Levi will steal the show. I looked forward to all his scenes. Their chemistry was believable and their romance was touching and filled with trials. The plot might be a little slow in parts for some watchers, but I never noticed, and definitely not for the action buff. All in all, a great script with great actors made this movie work.
I just couldn't give the movie 5 stars because of the ending. I invested so much heart into the film and for it to end so abruptly, it was absolutely sacrilegious. I was at the edge of my seat waiting to see what would happen next and the credits began to roll. I didn't get the closure I wanted.
This is a clean movie with kissing at the most. There is no foul language but there are some intense emotional scenes. This is not the type of movie you will be watching over and over again. But it is a beautiful piece of work that require to watch at least one time. It will put your life in perspective.
June 4, 2013
Zachary Levi delivers a sublime and awe-inspiring performance with endearing Alexis Bledel on Hallmark Hall of Fame's Remember Sunday.
June 3, 2013
Remembering Sunday: A delightful film
Once one gets past the improbable though not altogether impossible premise, and some logical inconsistencies that require setting aside for a while one's disbelief, "Remembering Sunday" becomes a charming and delightful film. It weaves a most unconventional love story into a harmonious whole thanks to good writing, beautiful location shooting and a talented ensemble cast. But, ultimately, it is Alexis Bledel and Zachary Levi who carry the day. They truly inhabit their characters, Molly and Gus, and make believable their unfolding affection for one another in quite unsual circumstances. They sparkle as they sort out what is happening to them as well as between them and, at the end, leave us not with what we expect, but with a hopeful yearning for more.
June 2, 2013