September Movie Blues

Sad that September signals the end of the hottest stories and the beginning of the “Blockbuster Blues?”
Despite the fact that summer and ocean adventures are quickly coming to an end, there’s a “Dolphin Tale 2” soon to be told at your local movie theater, promising sweet reminders of sultry, sunnier times of the family-friendly kind. Will the friendly mammal pose a threat to the equally adorable “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?” How about those blockbuster boys, the “Guardians of the Galaxy?” Will their time in our star-studded solar system be coming to an end anytime soon? Might “The Skeleton Twins” have a couple of entertaining skeletons in their cloistered closets? Those searching for their true identities might find the answers in “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: (as) Them,” and many others, look “As Above, So Below” the cinematic sphere for authenticity in the reel world, where phonies irresponsibly declaring “Let’s Be Cops” are currently cruising all through movie town. Since no two stars posses “The Identical” qualities, audiences can expect a diverse display on the big screen this weekend.
Perhaps now you’re thinking “If I Stay” in our golden Hollywood system forever, “No Good Deed” (or purchased movie ticket) will go unrewarded, as time spent witness to the wonders occurring on that blockbuster screen truly is priceless.
What priceless tale will hold the most worth for you this weekend?

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