Cruising through a Colorful Neighborhood

Robert Frost once said, “Good fences make good neighbors.” So, who would the infamous poet invite into his back yard? Would it be our tights-wearing heroes, hard partying students, animated travelers or jilted women? Would he travel as far as his local movie theater to pay any of these troubled characters a poetic visit?
Traveling all the way from Kansas, the cast embracing the “Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return” hope to have one successful homecoming at the box office, where their colorful-in-a-different way “Neighbors” are more interested in parties than trips to the past. Present animators continue to take the tour through “Rio 2” vibrant corners of the world. Breezing through the R-rated side of town, the “Chefs,” in a limited-release capacity, are hoping to entice audiences to sample their idea of irresistible entertainment. “The Other Woman,” however, lacks trust in all men, even the ones who can cook. Dorothy and the rest of that creative dream team are cooking up a plan to lure moviegoers away from last week’s box-office-by-far winner, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.” He, naturally, intends to amaze the movie masses for the foreseeable future. Having been around the movie block since March, “Captain America: Winter Soldier” appears to be slowly packing his bags, making room for summer blockbusters.
A legendary weekend waits, with epic movies currently appearing at our neighborhood movie theaters. True film buffs and movie believers know “Heaven is for Real” right here on hallowed Hollywood ground, where cinematic angels gloriously roam…


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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