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5 Lifetime Movies That Are Actually Surprisingly Good

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Lifetime movies have always had a bad reputation. For what it’s worth, they can be pretty entertaining if you keep your expectations low. While there’s a vast list of movies available, we picked five films that you need to check out. Whether they make you laugh or cry, there’s no doubting that Lifetime can pull off some intriguing movies.

Liz And Dick

Released in 2012, Liz & Dick revolves around the strenuous relationship of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. For lead actress Lindsay Lohan, getting this role was the chance of a (no pun intended) lifetime. Taylor had a major influence on the Mean Girls actress; in 2006, Lohan posed as Taylor for a magazine cover.

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Steel Magnolias

Based on the popular play, Steel Magnolias is one of the few Lifetime films featuring an all-black cast. Alfre Woodard, who played the role of Louisa “Ouiser” Boudreaux, was the true star of this highly-praised film. With this film, the beloved actress gained her 17th overall Emmy nomination.

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Flowers In The Attic

Flowers In The Attic, which is based on the 1979 novel, is one of the scariest things produced by Lifetime. They made film adaptations of other books in the Dollanganger series, but Attic is Lifetime’s most-watched. Ellen Burstyn and Kiernan Shipka both walked away with a handful of nominations for their performances.

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I Me Wed

Sometimes you love yourself so much that you have to put a ring on it. That’s the premise for the 2007 film I Me Wed. Starring Erica Durance, the film gives you a glimpse of what happens when you actually marry yourself. Since this movie’s release, this practice, called sologamy, has been on the rise.

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The Client List

The 2010 film The Client List finds Jennifer Love Hewitt getting in touch with her sensual side. Hewitt’s outstanding performance earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made For Television. The movie spawned a TV series, but that only lasted two seasons.

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Kathleen Kennedy To Be Lucasfilm President Until 2021

The recent Star Wars films have seen a split amongst longtime fans. Despite the online talk, the films have earned over $2 billion at the box office combined. Fortunately, one of the main people behind it all will be sticking around a little bit longer. Three More Years Kathleen Kennedy has extended her contract as president of Lucasfilm for another three years....

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Celebs Who Didn’t Get Their Big Break Until After 30

Many of the stars we know and love today had very different game plans for their career. We may feel like they've been around for ages, but these stars didn't catch their big break until they were already in, or past, their 30s. Some of the stars on this list will definitely surprise you! Alan Rickman Fans worldwide will forever...

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Shonda Rhimes Proudly Boasts “I Am The Highest-Paid Showrunner in Television”

Shonda Rhimes is the creative genius behind some of your favorite shows on ABC like Grey's Anatomy and How To Get Away With Murder. The showrunner is recognized as one of the best in the industry, even snagging a multi-million deal to create original content for Netflix. Unbeknownst to many, that deal just catapulted Rhimes' career and bank account to...

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