Movie Heroes go the Distance

American Novelist Bernard Malamud once remarked, “Without heroes, we are all plain people, and don’t know how far we can go.”
Our heroes nestled in their big-screen Hollywood haven promise to take the ordinary and the amazing among us on the most captivating Technicolor journey. Up for the challenge, Marvel superhero “Captain America: ( a bit late in his battle with the) Winter Soldier,” as spring has finally sprung in most storytelling parts, bringing with it comic book heroes and class-act conquerors. Possessing a water-logged spring in his step, last week’s box-office champ “Noah,” naturally, needs no marvelous heroic measures as he successfully diverts natural disasters, nasty controversy and a slew of land-loving, spirited stars. The starry-eyed “Divergent” team, selective circle that they are, plot to divert the energetic competition on their quest for ultimate domination and happy Hollywood endings. Traveling in their own wholesome circles while doing their animated best to bring happiness to each movie rank, the “Muppets Most Wanted” seeks audience members of the family-friendly type while “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” are busy promoting cinematic canines as the perfect characters/companions.
As our characters get cozy in “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” film faithfuls are currently finding enlightenment in announcing “God’s Not Dead” to the cinematic congregation.
Whether you’re seeking animation, epic adventures (or actual-size Arnold), soulful stories, sensational superheroes or science fiction stars, a marathon of blockbusters is currently blazing through our neighborhood movie theaters…
Wondering how far our heroic characters will take us this weekend? Only as far as the imagination can travel…


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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