I Just saw the movie hunger games. As good as the movie was it was very upsetting to watch. What did you think of the movie?
I hadn't read the books, but I did see the movie (a friend dragged me with him). I was pleasantly surprised! While a lot of people are up in arms comparing it to Battle Royale, Hunger Games is definitely a well put together movie. I could feel the careful planning in each scene, and I loved it!
I went and saw the midnight showing. I thought it was just okay. Not too bad, but nothing absolutely spectacular either. Not too sure about the casting, but I think the actors will grow to fit the roles. I definitely do not like the fan-girl hype and the Twilight-esque feel to all of it though.
I might see it again with friends when it comes out on DVD, but I'm in no hurry to go out and buy a Hunger Games pillowcase or t-shirt.
The scene of teens standing in the forest chanting "Kill her, kill her, kill her" is very real - I've seen this happen on urban school grounds. The book is more graphic, but the film is stunning and will frighten many with images that are all WWII, coal mining poverty, French Regency decadence, labor camps and Star Wars Storm Troopers. But perhaps some need to be frightened to prevent a future holocaust.
As I've already written, we are already in the Hunger Games but more subtly; it's not in the future, it's now. We are all Katniss.
I saw it last week with my son, who has read the trilogy and said they were the best books he had ever read. My son loved the film and I thought it was extremely good. I would not have gone if I hadn't taken him but it is an excellent film, although the whole killing concept is quite disturing.
What rating does the film have in the US? In the UK it is rated 12A, meaning anyone of any age can see it under supervision of an adult. There have been many complaints that it should be rated 15. My own son is only 11, but he wasn't disturbed by it - since he already knew the story he knew what to expect.
I'm reading the book now. Very good writing from Suzanne Harris. I will see the movie later.
I've read the first book and skimmed the second and third, and I thought it was one of the best book-to-film adaptations I've seen in a long time. They managed to stick remarkably closely to the plot of the book, while skimming over some of the gaps in the worldbuilding. I'm still a little skeptical of Peeta and Gale's casting, but Jennifer Lawrence really knocked it out of the park as Katniss.
by Laura Ginn5 years ago
I absolutely loved this book trilogy, so much so that I have also been ordering the books for my friends. Has anyone else read them and if so what did you think?
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by Dee424 years ago
First off has anyone seen it and how was it? A lot of my friends are reading the book( or trying to) before they watch the movie. What do you guys think?
by giopski4 years ago
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by TMHughes4 years ago
I liked the book and the movie but I was left wanting. I kept asking myself "why is there country like this, why is this happening?". I wish there had been more back story, what do you guys think?...
by Nick17Pierce196 years ago
I've heard alot of people saying this was a great film, just not what they expected. Who all out there has seen the movie? What did you think?
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