Cinematic Survival

It’s a creepy opening weekend for a modern-day monster, as “I, Frankenstein” and we, the movie-going public, meet beneath the darkest of big-screen skies. Demons and gargoyles are soon to clash with colorful cuties “Frozen” in wintertime, franchise fellows and wounded war heroes all fighting for storyline justice. Our clan is taking the “Ride Along” to the perfect movie day, where comedy and car chases can ward off evil spirits. Spirited in the greediest way is “The Wolf of Wall Street,” who’s far too cunning to be frightened off by Frankenstein and friends. Luckily, “Jack Ryan: (the) Shadow Recruit” has recruited the shadiest of characters to keep the feistiest of fiends in line. Feeling squirrely but scrappy, “The Nut Job” is ready to take on all characters, animated and authentic, in his race to the finish line. Also racing for box-office survival, the “Lone Survivor,” ironically surrounded by both comrades AND comedians.
This last weekend in January is promising a monstrous battle of the Hollywood kind, where only the most entertaining of characters will live to tell the tale. Who will perish? Who will profit? Stay tuned…


Author: Meg

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