February Warms up the Box Office

Ready for a fantastic February at your local movie theater? The horror-with-a-heart Warm Bodies hopes to receive a cozy welcome this weekend alongside the ultimate Stand Up Guys Al Pacino and Christopher Walken. Also House Hunting for a home with the best box office view is Sylvester Stallone, who would rather take a Bullet to the Head than land on the wrong side of the motion-picture tracks. Rising to the entertaining occasion is last week’s competition, who has no intention of going quietly into that good night. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters are on the hunt for a second round at the top, while Mama, in all her motherly terror, plans on keeping her “children” safely in the Top Five. Amidst all this action and horror, a bright light consistently shines on the Silver Linings Playbook, where the rules for box office success, as well as Academy Award attention, are brightly displayed. Following their own set of thrilling rules is the determined crew at Zero Dark Thirty, also admired by the Academy and the movie-going gang in general. Last week’s latest release, Parker, saw significantly fewer followers from his distant number five locale. Will one of our new contenders and their scintillating stories push him to a place with a less scenic view? Ticket sales will soon tell that tale.

From seaside days to starry movie nights, may your weekend have the most entertaining, scenic view…


Author: Meg

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