The whole world might still be trying to come to terms with the loss of Debbie Reynolds the day before her daughter Carrie Fisher died, but later this month, you'll be able to wipe away your tears and laugh instead at classic movie that launched Debbie Reynolds into superstardom, 'Singing in the Rain'.

Debbie Reynolds was just 19 when she won the part of Kathy Selden, a studio singer who catches the eye of silent-film star, Don Lockwood, played by Gene Kelly. His frequent co-star, Lina Lamont, played by Jean Hagen, is a brassy, loud blonde whose voice threatens their careers in talkies. When the studio uses Kathy to voice Lina's part in a movie without Lina knowing about it, hilarity and a lot of singing and dancing, ensues.

Even if Debbie Reynolds hadn't passed away in such a dramatic fashion, 'Singing in the Rain' would still be a movie worth going to the theater for. Watching a musical of this caliber on a tv screen doesn't do it justice. Check out 'Singing in the Rain' on Sunday, January 15 at 2:00 p.m. at Cinemark Cielo Vista, and at the Cinemark 20 at Las Palmas Marketplace, 11855 Gateway Blvd West at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.