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2014 ABC FAMILY SUMMER CRUSH

Sorry Summer crush fans, ABC Family has cuts it's 6th annual summer crush programming event from a whopping 10 days to a lackluster 3-day weekend. That being said this is still the place to get the entire lineup from start to finish. The summer crush programming event will mostly focus on the acquired movies and will neither include any marathons and nor will it end with a new ABC Family original movie. All that being said, The Summer Crush programming event is still good for sitting back and relaxing with some of your favorite movies. So make this your reference for all your 2014 Summer Crush needs.




STARTING FRIDAY, JULY 25

7:00 PM - “The Waterboy,” starring Adam Sandler

                   A waterboy for a college football team shows a talent for tackling
                  and ends up being recruited.

9:00 PM - “17 Again,” starring Zac Efron, Matthew Perry and Sterling Knight
                  (Zander on ABC Family’s “Melissa & Joey”)

                  Mike O’Donnell finds his life in a rut. He meets a mysterious janitor at
                  his old high school who inexplicably turns Mike into his 17-year-old
                  self again, giving him a second chance at the life he’s always dreamed of.

   

SATURDAY, JULY 26

7:30 AM - “Prom,” starring Kylie Bunbury (Lacey on ABC Family’s “Twisted”)

                  The film follows the tangled love lives of a group of teens as they get
                  ready for their high school prom.

9:30 AM - “Pretty in Pink,” starring Molly Ringwald, Andrew McCarthy and Jon
                  Cryer

                 A girl from the wrong side of the tracks falls for the school’s popular
                 rich guy in the classic John Hughes comedy.

11:30 AM - “The Breakfast Club,” starring Molly Ringwald, Emilio Estevez, Anthony
                     Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson

                     5 mismatched teens—“The Criminal,” “The Athlete,” “The Brain,” “The
                     Basket Case” and “The Princess”—get stuck in an all-day detention
                     together.

1:30 PM - “The Prince and Me,” starring Julia Stiles

                  Edvard, the Crown Prince of Demark, shirks his royal duties to attend
                  college in Wisconsin. There he pursues med student Paige while
                  keeping his true identity a secret.

4:00 PM - “The Parent Trap,” starring Lindsay Lohan

                 Twin girls, separated at birth by their divorced parents, team up to
                 reunite their family.

7:00 PM - “17 Again”

                  Mike O’Donnell finds his life in a rut. He meets a mysterious janitor at
                  his old high school who inexplicably turns Mike into his 17-year-old
                  self again, giving him a second chance at the life he’s always dreamed of.

9:00 PM - ABC Family Premiere of “Bridesmaids,” starring Kristen Wiig, Maya
                 Rudolph, Wendy McLendon-Covey and Melissa McCarthy

                A socially-awkward woman fights to win the top position of maid of
                honor at her best friend’s wedding.

11:30 PM - “Mean Girls,” starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams

                  Cady, the new girl at school, finds herself in over her head when she
                  joins the popular clique, The Plastics, run by tyrant Regina. Things are
                  going great until Cady falls for Regina’s ex-boyfriend and discovers
                  who her real friends are.

   

SUNDAY, JULY 27

8:00 AM - “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” starring Isla Fisher

                   In the glamorous world of New York City, Rebecca Bloomwood is a
                   fun-loving girl who is really good at shopping – a little too good,
                   perhaps. She dreams of working for her favorite fashion magazine but
                   ironically snags a job as a columnist for a financial magazine published
                   by the same company.

10:00 AM - “Sleepless in Seattle,” starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan

                  A widower’s son calls into a radio talk show, hoping to find his dad a
                  new girlfriend.

12:30 PM - “The Prince and Me”

                   Edvard, the Crown Prince of Demark, shirks his royal duties to attend
                   college in Wisconsin. There he pursues med student Paige while
                  keeping his true identity a secret.

3:00 PM - “The Parent Trap”

                  Twin girls, separated at birth by their divorced parents, team up to
                  reunite their family.

6:00 PM - “Mean Girls”

                 Cady (Lohan), the new girl at school, finds herself in over her head
                 when she joins the popular clique, The Plastics, run by tyrant Regina
                 (McAdams). Things are going great until Cady falls for Regina’s ex-
                 boyfriend and discovers who her real friends are.

8:00 PM - “Bridesmaids”

                 A socially-awkward woman fights to win the top position of maid of
                 honor at her best friend’s wedding.

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