National Pretzel Day - JGL and Ryan Gosling play brothers Danny and Davie whose father recently passed away. His dying wish was that his sons finally perfect the family recipe and win the state's annual pretzel making contest. The prize? 10 grand. Which coincidentally is the same amount that best friends Lily and Lucy (played by Emma Stone and Jennifer Lawrence) need to save their flailing bakery. Within no time, the two teams are at each other's throats trying to prove who is the top pretzel chef. Now it's up to the go-between matchmaking meddler James Franco to save the day and make them all see that pretzels are second to love. Bummer it's rated R though.
Administrative Assistant's Day - What do you do when your boss drives you absolutely crazy...yet also happens to be completely irresistible? Such is Sally's (played by Anna Kendrick) dilemma in this delightful rom-com. Feeling under-appreciated after losing a promotion when her company brought in a new boss from somewhere else (a deliciously hilarious James Marsden), Sally will have to let go of her pride and work together with her boss. But she soon finds, there are more important things besides promotions. There's love.
Free Slurpee Day - Andie (Shailene Woodley) dreams of a bigger and better life than her dead-end job at 7/11. Depressed that she has to work the busiest day of the year, her luck changes when a fellow dreamer named Carter walks into the store. It's love at first sight and the two have an undeniable chemistry, unfortunately their moment ends all too abruptly when his friends drag him on to the next 7/11 store in hopes of scoring as many free Slurpees as they can. Now Andie will have to search each and every 7/11 in town before the day is up to find her chance at happiness. Will they ever be able to find each other so that they can finally experience the brain freeze that is love? Find out July 11.
Garbage Day - Before Charlie (Topher Grace) can become CEO of his father's waste removal company he is tasked with the challenge of getting the know the people that make the business work: the garbage men. That means of course he'll have to go undercover as one of them to gain their trust and learn how to solve problems as they would. While posing as a garbage man he has to work directly with Victoria (Aubrey Plaza), a snooty heiress who sends in complaints daily to the company. Now that the tables are turned and Charlie is the one taking orders, he learns the importance of being kind to others and Victoria can't help but find his positive attitude infectiously adorable. But what happens when she finds out he's been lying about being a garbage man?
Earth Day - Tagline: Unearth love. Nancy (Jessica Chastain) and Nick (Colin Farrell) are polar opposites. When they're both chosen for a one-way, two-man mission to Mars they're thrilled for the journey...but dreading the company. However during the mission, they discover a disastrous problem with the aircraft and have to put their differences aside in order to survive and make it back to the Earth in time for Earth Day. When faced with their own mortality the two realize the value of the Earth AND that they may, in fact, be exactly who the other one needed all along.
Talk Like a Pirate Day - Once again Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler reteam for another delightful romantic comedy! This time Barrymore plays Mary, a Pirate Culture Studies Professor aching for a vacation....so she schedules a cruise over her favorite holiday: Talk Like a Pirate Day! There she meets the straight-laced and Scrooge-like Darren (Sandler), a cruise director that really has little patience for TLAPD. Can she make him a true believer and find love at the same time?
Pie Day - Grad student Max (Adam Brody) is convinced he's found the formula to make women fall in love with him. Who better to test it on than his sexy calculus professor Nina (a hilarious Zoe Saldana in a rare comic turn,) but little does he know she's totally onto him. Meanwhile his best friend Lindsay (Amanda Seyfried) thinks she may have the winning formula on her side: baked goods...specifically in the form of pie. Which side will win in this battle of the sexes and more importantly the battle of math vs. food? If love has anything to do with it, everyone will win (or lose.)
Boxing Day - It's the day after Christmas and Lena (Kerry Washington) has to make an unfortunate return: her engagement ring. Things just didn't work out with her fiance and now she has to find a way to pick up the broken pieces of her heart. Luckily destiny is on her side. Who should also be at the same mall returning items (from a Christmas gone awry,) but the would be future love of her life Wallace (Bradley Cooper.) Will their paths finally cross so that they can complete each other? Or will they miss their chance yet again?
Presidents' Day - Coming off of the WORST Valentines Day of his life after being left at the alter, Jimmy (Ryan Reynolds) decides to go on his honeymoon to Mount Rushmore alone. While there he takes an instant disliking to Missy, a neurotic history nut in the tour group they’re a part of while celebrating Presidents Day weekend. When the two find themselves cut off from the rest of the group they’ll have to learn to tolerate each other and before they know it they’ll discover a spark they can’t deny. With hilarious supporting turns by Chris Pratt and Mandy Moore, Presidents’ Day is a must see!