November and Everything Above

Planning on turning to a “Life of Crime” as summer slowly comes to a close, hoping for comedy and clever diversion at the end of an otherwise entertaining season? Speaking of the entertaining but criminally challenged, deep within “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” the highest box-office honor is lurking, ready to take on those ageless, innocent “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” who would like to rescue moviegoers from law breakers as well as redeem their top box-office spot. The legally-questionable crew who had the bright idea of “Let’s Be Cops” clearly isn’t concerning themselves with things like proper movie etiquette as they do their best to kick their authentic competition to the authorized curb. Obviously, we’re in need of a hero or two, perhaps of the oddball variety, to get these characters in check. Enter summer’s highest grossing gang, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” who even from the deep recesses of space know how to behave among the misfits as well as the make believe. Fans of make believe are now left wondering; “When the Game Stands Tall,” will summer blockbusters come to a halt? No worries, with fall soon approaching, “The November Man” is on the case, ready to rescue movie lovers in danger of tepid tales. Studio executives are hoping their hot tales will open “As Above (Hollywood expectations but not), So Below” (the box office’s top five).
With so much blockbuster-worthy excitement still playing, it’s no wonder folks know, “If I Stay” indefinitely in the cinematic game, I can expect to cross paths with both corrupt and comedic players on the starriest of stages.
Are you game for what Hollywood has to offer?


Author: Meg

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