Here is where you know a movies has legs. "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "American Hustle" dropped twenty-eight and twenty-nine percent respectively at the box office this weekend, That's nothing compared to "Anchorman 2," which dropped fifty-one percent. On the other hand, "Frozen" surged back to number one, only behind "The Lion King" for Disney releases all-time. That's where you know you have an enduring classic for kids and adults. Watch the DVD sales. Now, the fact that "Wolf" and "Hustle" are historical snapshots also speaks of memory: many in the theater were old enough to remember those times, and we're always curious what was really going on. They don't strike me as revisions, but impressions and creations based on the mood and tone of those eras. That is the way of the movies.