Following the Path of Box-Office Success

Poet Lord Byron once remarked, “Love will find a way through paths where wolves fear to prey.” “The Wolverine” is preying (heroically) on movie buffs this weekend, praying they see fit to place him in the lofty #1 spot at the box office. The romantic movie lovers among us may find the path to box office success treacherous, as animation, action and adventure, as well as a creepy horror flick, continue “The Conjuring” of enticing vacationers to a prime location at their local movie theater (with the occasional seaside view for scenic effect). Adding the scent of “Blue Jasmine” to the Hollywood atmosphere, Woody Allen is also following the path to movie success, shouting “Despicable Me 2” be falling behind the “Turbo” fueled animated guys. The “Grown Ups 2” smart for inferior films are seeing “Red 2,” after too much sunshine and ready for the multi-colored weekend ahead. There’s just so much on our “To Do List!” Fortunately, there’s lots of summer days left for the blockbusters scheduled to make a grown-up appearance.
Heroes and horrors, colorful cuties, sequels and scintillating drama, adventurers and Allen! Who needs an island getaway when unlimited entertainment is so close to home! Our summer under the stars keeps getting brighter.
From seaside days to starry nights, our full-of-life characters have found the path to THE greatest stories just waiting to be told at the local multiplex…

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Author: Meg

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