In a way this week was huge, and I ain't talking about the obvious: the 50th anniversary of the JFK Assassination or the grand opening of "The Hunger Games" second installment. This week was big for the little ones, as "12 Years a Slave" stayed reasonably strong at the box office, approaching a $30 million take, "Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" approaches $100 million, and Gravity opens with $35 million in China on the IMAX. The Wrap reported that while it's the biggest opening ever in that country, it's the third largest market for that film, behind the U.S. and France. The Chinese characters probably helped, and so did the minimalism and straight-forwardness of the story. It's also all about communication. So for everyone who isn't racing to see "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," there are many others to be seen. And it takes only one theater to show the strong-reviewed "Philomena." And another JFK movie is afoot, "Legacy of Secrecy" with DiCaprio and De Niro attached. It really is the story that won't go away, twenty years after Oliver Stone destroyed the single-bullet theory.