The Life of the (Movie) Party

“Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we’re here we should dance.” Proverbs
“The Great Gatsby” dances his way into the greatest party circuit this weekend, also known as the local movie theater, rubbing elbows with all of high society, including the “Iron Man (3)” while dealing with the “Pain & Gain” of new friends and movie competitors. The great one can play host to his “Peeples,” including baseball legends and their “42” friends (and counting) on the cinematic playing field. While seeking his version of the American Dream (and pursuing his dream girl), he can also educate himself on all things, animated, foreign and familiar, that occur in our movie “Oblivion” (while learning a thing or two about how to deal with alien invasions, a current movie conundrum). The perfect host can consider himself a welcomed addition to “The Big Wedding,” since he can clearly afford a huge gift. Discussion at the extravagant occasion will naturally turn to upcoming events (that include an entertaining, ironically illuminating, “Star Trek into Darkness”).
This weekend promises parties with pretty “Peeples,” wealthy playboys, with party talk revolving around the wonders of the universe and the mysteries of matrimony, with time left over for a tale told by Tyler Perry, a trip with every moviegoer’s favorite current cave family as well as much-loved baseball legend all leading to a fantastic voyage on the USS Enterprise. Whew! Even F. Scott Fitzgerald would approve!
Who will be the ideal party guest this weekend at the movies?
From seaside days to starry nights, hope you enjoy your weekend as an invited guest at the local multiplex…


Author: Meg

I am a freelance writer for hire. I have been writing professionally since 2001 and blogging since 2012. Please visit my Hire Me page for more information about yours truly.

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