The Hunger Games (2012)

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

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Katniss Everdeen voluntarily takes her younger son sister site The Hunger Games, a TV fight to the death for the two genes from each of the twelve districts of Panem are chosen randomly compete.
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The Hunger Games trilogy is arguably one of the best young adult novel series of all time. The Hunger Games movie is one of the worst book to film adaptations of all time.The potential that this film is indescribable. I was ecstatic with anticipation for this book to adapt and to say that I let down is an understatement of the year. Indeed, it seems that the writers just reading Spark Notes version of the book and decided to fill in the application forms. Details seem to change every where you look, and usually worse. Although the running time of the movie is good for 2 hours, the characters are very well developed and the key points in the document omitted any direction. Even as I sit here writing this assessment themselves and the people I have seen the midnight premiere coming with more and more things from the book that have either changed or are missing in the movie . Although I can not sit here and list is endless false story for the film, Ill just say one thing that annoyed me the most: they do not even show or say anything about Redheaded AVOX FROM BOOKThe get ahead in this assessment, the more outraged happened. It just seems that everything is fine. On muttations werent anything remotely close to what they described as in the book. The final action sequence is unfaithful to the book? in my opinion? was bored and had no increased effect. It just happened. No climax. Do not fall action. This actually pretty much how the whole film was. It was a straight line from beginning to finish.Personally, I love midnight premieres. The crowd is alive and over? ultimately creates a great viewing experience. Hunger Games was named the new generations of Harry Potter, and if it is true, I'm afraid the new generation. If you have ever had the privilege to see Harry Potter midnight premiere, you know that there are countless occasions when the audience burst into thunderous applause when a major plot points hands. This did not happen with Hunger Games. Not once. Im beyond frustrated. I'm not entirely sure I want to see the fire, if they decide it is to make a film for all three books. It is quite confusing to me how a Harry Potter film may be more faithful to the book of the same (or less) time, independent of its 400 + pages. The ending is quite confusing. What happened? In the book, Katniss and Peeta are already growing distant and distrusted each other, but in the movie it looks like everything is peaches. Writers really screwed up the story to the point where I can only wonder how they would even try to turn the ignition on the big screen. At the end of this movie, Peeta and Katniss is all smiles, so how is supposed to go to sudden conflicts in the sequel? The Hunger Games is a film trilogy, but has set a failure in the future if it fails already.So often people will hear the book is better. Typically, these are people who just dandy, but in this case it's true. Rarely, if ever a movie than literary counterpart, but should at least be standard for a film to be almost on par with the book in terms of quality. Thinking back on the film now, just 30 minutes later, I can recall a 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 allow yourself to be disappointed as I was. I count not recommend this movie to any of my friends who have read the book. In the hearts and minds of so many Hunger Games books are sacred. This film acts as a darkening of the emotional connection you have with the book simply provide images without emotion.