Traveling in the most Scenic of Movie Styles

Forget what the calendar states, Hollywood folks follow their own cinematic schedule. “Labor Day” has finally arrived and with it “That Awkward Moment” when we realize winter is far from over and our long, weekend celebration of the American Labor Movement is many months away. Try telling that to Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, who have waited long enough for their laborious moment in the sun. Also working hard are their friends in the movie workforce taking the “Ride Along” to comedic tales and carefree stories. “I, Frankenstein” is looking at us, the audience, to make his efforts profitable. The “Lone Survivor” is making friends, both real and imaginary. “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” meanwhile, is working on recruiting more seat fillers during his action offering. Our “Frozen” tundra is slowly starting to thaw while “The Nut Job” takes a family-friendly break from reality
All of our characters are breaking imaginatively free on the big screen, where monsters mix with malevolent beings, heroes rescue moviegoers from awkward situations, we witness amazing color thanks to animation, shadows fill the night, and all of our characters are cast in the coolest cinematic light!
A trip to the movie theater comes complete with the most scenic ride!

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