The Way Back to Never-ending Entertainment

There’s “Non-Stop” fun just waiting at your local movie theater this weekend, with the promise of the grandest accommodations. “The Grand Budapest Hotel” is filled with movie lovers seeking refuge from temperamental weather (and unpredictable box-office numbers). During their celebrated stay, they can expect the finest movie fare along with first-class entertainment. And the characters congregating there! There’s the “Son of God,” who’s telling the greatest tantalizing tales while “The Monuments Men” are still seeking stolen artwork (and the attention of uninterested moviegoers). The strangely interesting “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” are returning from a trip back in history filled with animated adventure and wish only to sneak a peek at all the fuss surrounding “The Lego Movie.” Building on one cinematic step at a time, both humble and haughty guests find themselves a mere “300 (stages from the): Rise of an Empire,” a.k.a. Premiere Day, confident they happily possess more than “3 Days to Kill(er)” entertainment.
The stage has been set; our entertainment choices are endless: a grand European stay, an enlightening biblical biopic, a meet-and-greet with a Greek general, or shaking hands with the world’s smartest dog? Worried about fitting in all this fun in one weekend? Fortunately, our characters are prepared for a long cinematic stay.
From seaside days to starry nights, our greatest characters are finding their way back to unending adventures, animated fun and the grandest of times…

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Author: Meg

I am a freelance writer for hire. I have been writing professionally since 2001 and blogging since 2012. Please visit my Hire Me page for more information about yours truly.

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