Building Romance among the Robotic Races

Charles M. Schultz (and the Beatles, in part) once said, “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.”
On this weekend of sweetness and love (and movie-style popcorn), life in the land of make-believe is slowly warming the temperatures, as robots, romantics, animators and artists are taking the ride of their lives, heading toward the local multiplex.
“Robocop” has arrived on the romantically-challenged scene, determined to fight crime, bad dates and “That Awkward Moment” when animation annihilates the adult competition. Will “The Lego Movie” (2014’s #1 box-office opening) build an even bigger audience this weekend? Perhaps “The Monuments Men” will construct their own mammoth-sized meeting of the movie kind. Movie lovers seeking an “Endless Love” on the eternal big screen may find their cinematic discussions “About Last Night” fondly focused on flashbacks to the 1980s. Always ready for the “Ride Along” are the comedy cruisers and the young adult audience currently filling the halls of “Vampire Academy.” Will class be in session or will comedy kill the competition? Lest we forget, frost is still IN, as “Frozen” characters make for the coziest company.
Will a true blue “Winter’s Tale” or two be successfully told this weekend?
From seaside days to starry nights, may romance rule and animation aim even higher as flashbacks, fantasies and darn-right fantastic films reach new cinematic heights on the tallest of screens…


Author: Meg

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