The Language of Movie Love

William Shakespeare once said, “There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.”
Will audience think the “Bad Words” being uttered by big stars this weekend at the movies make for an amusing diversion from all that big-screen drama? Last weekend, sci-fi and starlets helped “Divergent” draw an impressive crowd; can they continue to keep the competition scientifically beneath them? Not if noble “Noah” has anything to say about it as he, too, battles for good reviews and smooth box-office sailing. Does he have a prayer of rising about the seafaring crew drifting along “300: Rise of an Empire?” Have the Greek gods reached their peak? Perhaps the “Muppets Most Wanted” will reach a higher, more coveted climb in their quest for animation aspirations. “Mr. Peabody & Sherman,” meanwhile, would like to continue their trek to the colorful top. Rising even higher, our movie believers continue to declare “God’s Not Dead” to the spiritual crowd. With the promise of action and adventure, however, Arnold Schwarzenegger just may “Sabotage” them all!
As Arnold takes on animation, spirituality takes its turn, a spelling bee loser lets loose on the teen scene, Noah needs no introduction and God makes an enlightening appearance among all those spirited stars.
Think this is a good weekend to take in one of the latest, greatest flicks?
From seaside days to starry nights, first-class stories (featuring both GOOD and BAD behavior) are just waiting to be told at your local multiplex…


Author: Meg

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