Posts Tagged Sunday Movie

Sunday Movie: Jason’s Lyric

OMG this was my movie! Jason’s Lyric, starring Jada Pinkett-Smith and Allen Payne, is a film about one man’s struggle to choose between his love for Lyric (Jada) and the life they could potentially share together, and the responsibility and loyalty he feels toward his troubled family. 

I watch all types of movies — if you haven’t already noticed my Sunday movie genres can be pretty random, LOL.  But this one in particular I absolutely die for!  I watched it almost everyday one summer.

Anyway, watch the trailer and let me know what you think.

Don’t miss the premiere of Celebrity Apprentice tonight at 9:00pm on NBC!!!

Sunday Movie: Can’t Buy Me Love

Ok, so who remembers what Patrick Dempsey was like before he was Dr. McDreamy?  Well prior to playing the world’s sexiest doctor on Grey’s Anatomy, he took on nerd roles such as Ronald Miller in one of my favorite movies, Can’t Buy Me Love.

Watch the trailer below if you want to see an adorable adolescent Patrick Dempsey.

Sunday Movie: Welcome to the Dollhouse

So I actually thought of this movie when I was reading through all of your comments and one of you suggested this — I had forgotten how much I love this movie! 

Welcome to the Dollhouse I seriously think is one of the greatest movies of all time!!!  Nicole Richie and I used to be attached at the hip when we were younger and literally every day after school we would watch this.  Come to think of it, every time I see Nicole she reminds me about that LOL.

I LOVE when Dawn mouths curse words in front of her little sister — I always do that to Kendall and Kylie! 

Sunday Movie: Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead

Have you guys seen this movie? OMG it is amazing!!! I swear this would be my
family! We would never want to miss the opportunity of having our
parents gone and the house to ourselves for the whole summer LOL! That would have been amazing!

Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead came out in 1991 and stars Christina Applegate — she’s so young in this!!!  Christina plays Sue Ellen, the oldest sibling of five, and her outfits in this movie are absolutely hilarious — SO nineties!  Her mother goes away for the summer and leaves her and her brothers and sister with an old, evil babysitter!  Well, from the title, you can guess what happens. 

Watch the trailer to see what it’s really all about!


What are your favorite nineties movies???

Sunday Movie: Why Do Fools Fall In Love

Ok so I totally forgot this movie until Kourtney asked me which movie I used to ALWAYS watch on repeat! 

Why Do Fools Fall In Love, which stars Halle Berry, Vivica A. Fox, and Lela Rochon, is based on a true story about three women who all marry the same man and after his death have to fight to get a piece of his fortune by proving who married him first. 

It’s definitely a movie you should check out, but first watch the trailer to see if it’s something you would be interested in!


And of course I ALWAYS love to hear your movie recommendations!!!

Sunday Movie: The Parent Trap (the original)

The Parent Trap is one of my favorite movies of all time, and no, I’m not talking about the one with Lindsay Lohan! I’m talking about the one made in 1961 with Hayley Mills who played twins that were raised separately by their divorced parents and were both unaware of the other’s existence until they coincidentally end up at the same summer camp.

After meeting, they switch places in order to each meet the parent they never knew and then plot to reunite them! 

It’s such a great, feel-good movie that you guys should definitely check out!  Here’s a clip from the movie when the girls first realize they’re twins.

I love a good, old school movie — any suggestions for me???

Double Whammy Sunday Movie: The Santa Clause and Home Alone

I wanted to do a Christmas-related Sunday Post since we’re all probably still in the Christmas spirit!  On Christmas Eve, Rob, Adrienne and I first watched The Santa Clause, and then we watched Home Alone

We love watching The Santa Clause because we always say that Tim Allan’s son in the movie looks EXACTLY like Rob when he was little.  Rob was such a cutie!! 

Watch this trailer to see what the movie is all about (that is, if you haven’t already seen it) and then tell me if you think the little boy looks like Rob.


And as for Home Alone, I’m sure you know what that one is all about. It’s one of my favorite movies of all time and it never ever gets old. Macaulay Culkin stars in it — my god was he cute when he was younger!!!

Home Alone, which came out in 1990, is about a little boy who gets left behind when his family goes on Christmas Vacation. Trouble ensues when two burglars realize a child is alone in a huge house and they plan to rob it. But little do they know that Kevin (Macaulay Culkin’s character) is more than prepared. Watch the trailer to see more!


What movies do you like to watch with your family on Christmas?

Sunday Movie: Cruel Intentions

Cruel Intentions, which came out in 1999, tells the story of privileged, promiscuous step-siblings played by Ryan Phillippe and Sarah Michelle Gellar and their manipulation of an innocent virgin, played by Reese Witherspoon.

This movie is definitely one of my ultimate favorites and if I ever happen to catch it on TV, I always have to watch it — no matter how many times I’ve seen it! Watch the trailer below to see what it’s all about.


Do you guys have any recommendations for a good seductive flick?

Sunday Movie: Napoleon Dynamite

Napoleon Dynamite, which was released in 2004, is about an unpopular teenage boy and his struggle to fit in.  While the plot may seem like your typical high school movie, Napoleon, played by Jon Heder, isn’t your average main character!

This movie can make anyone laugh out loud!  After watching it, you’ll be doing impersonations of all the ridiculously hilarious characters, whether you want to or not.  Hahaha I can’t even type about the movie without repeating the lines in my head!

Just watch the trailer and you’ll get a pretty good idea of what Napoleon Dynamite is all about.


You all know how much I love getting movie suggestions, so please feel free to leave some good laugh-out-loud comedies in comments!

Sunday Movie: Scarface

Scarface is definitely one of my favorite movies of all time. It might not be the most lighthearted Sunday movie, but it’s still a must-have in my DVD collection!

Al Pacino plays Tony Montana, a Cuban immigrant who builds a powerful drug empire and then has to cope with the stresses that come with the business. Pacino was absolutely phenomenal in the role! Even if you haven’t seen this violent drug movie, chances are you’re still familiar with some of the movie’s tag lines — “Say hello to my little friend” ring a bell???

Check out the film’s trailer!