Enchantment and Entertainment

Taking a trip to Hollywood or would you prefer a visit to the North Pole? Thanks to the enchantment of movies, along with the magic of Christmas, you can do both! “The Hobbit: (and his tagalongs, who rejected) The Desolation of Smaug” for fancy sugar plums and friendly snowball fights, found much delight at the #1 spot at the domestic box office with $31.5 million. Reporting on the holiday travelers is the “Anchorman2: The Legend Continues” to craft the coolest stories and on his first week on the big screen made a guest-starring appearance at the corner of #2 with $26.8 million. Animated but-true-to-life characters stole away on a sparkling “Frozen” journey through a crystal clear, snowy terrain (with the elves as inevitable stowaways), arriving at the #3 ice-covered land with $19.2 million. After 138 minutes of trying to keep the pace experienced during the “American Hustle,” the fashionably-challenged 70s crew slowed down to enjoy the holidays from the #4 area with $19.1 million. Moviegoers were caught “Saving Mr. Banks” from difficult authors and deadly reviews, parking him safely at the #5 arena with $9.3 million.
Who will you meet on your trip through movie time? There’s Santa and Smaug, anchormen, animation and Americanization, Disney without the Desolation, and Hanks hustling alongside a Hobbit. The choice is clear; the holidays and Hollywood make for the best partners!
From seaside days to starry nights, may your tour through the tinsel (town) be both entertaining and enchanting…

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Author: Meg

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