The Hunger Games (2012)

Good rate 24 Bad rate 1

The Hunger Games torrent

Download torrent

Seeds: 114
Peers: 55

Torrent Details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub


Year: 2012
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Director: Gary Ross
Starring: Stanley Tucci, Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth

Katniss Everdeen takes place voluntarily Hunger Games her younger sister, televised fight to the death with two young people from each of the twelve districts of Panem are chosen at random to compete.
The Hunger Games trilogy is certainly one of the best young adult novel series of all time. The movie Hunger Games is one of the worst book to film adaptations of all time.The possible that this film had is indescribable. I was very excited with the anticipation of this adaptation books, and to say I was disappointed is the understatement of the year. Almost seems that the writers just read the Spark Notes version of the book, and decided to fill in the blanks yourself. Details seemed to change every where you look, and usually for the worse. Although the running time of the film is over two hours, the characters are poorly developed and the major plot points are omitted all directions. As I sit here writing this review, moreand I and the people I have seen the midnight opening more to come with the book, or altered, or omitted from the film. While I could sit here and list a number of erroneous plot points in the film, Ill just say what ticked me off the most: that does not even show or say anything about RED hair girl bookThe AVOX I do in this review, more angry I become. It just seems like everything is wrong. The canceled muttations anything remotely close to what is described as in the book. The final action sequence was true to the book? in my opinion? I was tired and had no rising action. It just happened. No climax. No action falls. It's actually less how Maso was the whole movie. It was like a straight line from beginning to finish.Personally, I love going to midnight premieres. People are very lively and exaggerated? Finally, create an amazing viewing experience. The Hunger Games has been called Harry Potter generation, and if it is true, I fear for the next generation. If you've ever had the privilege to see a midnight premiere of Harry Potter, you know that there are countless times when the audience bursts into applause when a major plot point happens. It did not happen with Hunger Games. Not a single time. I am beyond disappointed. Im not quite sure I want to see catch fire if they decide that they would make a movie of the three books. It is amazing to me how a Harry Potter film can be more true to the book by the same amount (or less) of the time, regardless of having 400 + more pages. The ending is completely incomprehensible. What has happened? In the book, Peeta and Katniss already growing distant and distrust of each other, but in the film it seems that everything is rosy. The authors really screwed up the story to the point where you can only wonder how they will even try to transform catches fire on the big screen. At the end of this movie, Peeta and Katniss is all smiles as how they are supposed to use sudden conflicts in the sequel? The Hunger Games movie trilogy prospective only set up for failure in the future, if not failed often already.So people will listen to the book was better. Typically, these individuals only being stretched, but in this case is true. Seldom, if not a film surpasses its literary counterpart, but at least should be considered a standard for a film almost on par with the book when it comes to quality. Thinking about the film now, 30 minutes later, I can not remember a single memorable attribute.This recommend you: read the book. Even if you've seen the movie, read the book. Let your imagination create the scenes. Do not let her disappointment as me. I reckon not recommend this movie to any of my friends who have read the book. In the hearts and minds of many, The Hunger Games books are sacred. This film serves to tarnish the emotional connection you have with the book simply provide images without emotion.