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“Remember Sunday” sweet film for romance fans

Melissa Hayer Modified: April 24, 2013 at 3:33 pm •  Published: April 19, 2013
Alexis Bledel and Zachary Levi

Photo credit: Erik Heinila
Alexis Bledel and Zachary Levi Photo credit: Erik Heinila


If you’re a romance fan, be sure to tune in to the Hallmark Hall of Fame film “Remember Sunday” at 8 p.m. Sunday, April 21, on ABC.

The story involves Gus (Zachary Levi), a former star astrophysicist dealing with the after-effects of a brain aneurysm that occurred three years ago and has resulted in him being able to remember everything that happened to him before the aneurysm, but, every day he wakes up to a new day.

He completely forgets what happened the day before.

So, he gets by with the assistance of many daily Post-in Note reminders, his sister Lucy (Merritt Wever) and best friend Jerry (David Hoffman), and he works as a jewelry store clerk.

Then there’s Molly (Alexis Bledel.)

Molly is a waitress who’s not making ends meet and unlucky in love, but who has a big dream of opening a flower shop.

When she crosses paths with Gus and they get acquainted, she gets the sense he’s a nice guy, but there’s something not quite right.

Although the premise of the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie “Remember Sunday” is not a brand new one, the chemistry between Levi and Bledel is enchanting and completely makes this movie worth watching.

Wever and Hoffman are also positive factors for putting “Remember Sunday” in the enjoyable viewing category.

SPECIAL NOTE: To enter “Remember Sunday” Hallmark Hall of Fame Sweepstakes, in which one grand prize winner will receive a “Remember Sunday” DVD and a cast and crew T-shirt and nine runners-up will receive a “Remember Sunday” DVD, visit (Sweepstakes will end at 11:59 PM (ET) on 5/5/13.)

– Melissa Hayer

Follow me on Twitter: @MelissaHayer

Zachary Levi and Alexis Bledel

Photo credit: Erik Heinila
Zachary Levi and Alexis Bledel Photo credit: Erik Heinila

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