A Maze(ing) Movie Weekend

“Running is the greatest metaphor for life, because you get out of it what you put into it.” Oprah Winfrey
“The Maze Runner” took off at full speed this weekend, becoming the first to arrive at the domestic box office with $32.5 million. Traveling at a significantly slower slower pace while taking “A Walk Among the Tombstones,” Liam Neeson and company lagged way behind to the crime-ridden county of #2 with $13.2 million. Following the fast walkers and talkers, comedy declared “This is Where I Leave You” from the land of #3 with $11.9 million. It was soon evident that “No Good Deed” would b e respectably rewarded with a not-so-bad $10.2 million from the #4 region. A “Dolphin Tale 2” swam to the shores of #5 with $9 million.
Wandering through movie town, we met mammals and the morally-corrupt, wounded walkers, speedy sprinters and fouled-up families. Comedy and crime capers caught everyone’s attention, while a wholesome tale found a friendly place among all that high-speed action.
What story had you running to your neighborhood movie theater this weekend?

Author: Meg

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