Hollywood’s Epic Hangovers

“A hangover is when you open your eyes in the morning, and wish you hadn’t.” Anonymous hangover survivor
An eye-opening weekend is headed our way, with no morning-after residual effects. Two trilogies enter the movie arena, one an art-house favorite and the other an audience and studio darling. Animation is always welcomed as fast cars look for a place to park in our big-screen town, finding a colorful spot to settle in for, they hope, a long entertaining stay (with a great, curbside box-office view).
“The Hangover Part III” heeds the call, once again, for comedy, hoping to cure countless entertainment ailments. An “Epic” of the animated kind is perched on its own, Hollywood-created lily pad, offering family-friendly fun while the “Fast & Furious” provide more than 6 franchise-loving reasons, including elaborate airplane and car crashes, to check out their latest fast-paced film. “Before Midnight” picks up nine years after “Before Sunset,” which took place nine years after “Before Sunrise.” Still with me? Our star-crossed lovebirds have spent those 18 years talking and traveling, at a much slower pace, through Vienna, Paris and ultimately Greece. The midnight hour has them hoping to find a prime location at the box office.
Fortunately, anytime is a good time to get lost within one of our latest movie selections (acetaminophen not required)…

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Author: Meg

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