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The Hunger Games Movie Guide

'The Hunger Games' Hits IMAX for One Week Only

By: Lizerne Guiting on March 16, 2012 at 12:00PM Comments (24)

Hunger Games IMAXIf you're considering watching The Hunger Games in IMAX to experience the Capitol's arena in maximum proportions, you'll only have one week to do it. With Wrath of the Titans releasing in IMAX only a week after, Hunger Games in true IMAX theaters is currently only programmed as a seven-day showing from March 23-29.

What say you, Hunger Games fans? Are you planning on taking advantage of this limited engagement? Sound off in the comments below.


 

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  • Mar 26th 2012 7:38AM

    hope4hope  said...

    This movie was a disappointment! I loved all 3 books, but the movie was a disaster! It was so slow, with very little action. The trailer made it look cool, but if I had the chance to had watch it another time, i would wait till it came out on DVD. The Hunger Games made a LOT of money when it first came out because all the major book fans were dying to see what the action looked like on a screen. But as soon as they saw the movie they regretted it because it left out ALOT!!! If you haven't read the book before you see the movie you will be totally lost, and if you have read the book you will be disappointed!

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  • Mar 24th 2012 12:33AM

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    DO NOT WATCH THIS AT THE AMC GEORGETOWN IMAX!!!. We went to see the midnight showing on March 22 (12:01AM March 23). Some ignoramus in the projection room had their window open into the theater and they were playing another movie (or maybe a basketball game?) which could be heard by everyone in the IMAX theater. At the most inappropriate times, you would suddenly hear cheering or clapping coming from the projection room. A few of us sat on the back of our chairs or stood up to try to get the projectionist's attention, but they were totally oblivious. FIRE THAT IDIOT and please don't expose anyone else to such awful treatment.

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  • Mar 23rd 2012 11:07PM

    jhoggarth98  said...

    Thrilling excillerating keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole time

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  • Mar 19th 2012 8:06PM

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    Already got mine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Mar 19th 2012 6:32PM

    darkpurple907  said...

    Can't wait! The books were awesome and I betting the movie is going to be great. My friends and I are going to the midnight showing for my birthday!

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  • Mar 18th 2012 5:51PM

    supcrt  said...

    The Hunger Games book is so good, I can hardly wait for the movie. :D

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  • Mar 18th 2012 4:37PM

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    HECK YEAH I'M TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT!!! HOPEFULLY GOING TO THE MIDNIGHT PREMIER!!1

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  • Mar 18th 2012 4:22PM

    celeste_shimizu  said...

    Yes i wouldn't want to miss it for anything

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  • Mar 18th 2012 4:20PM

    cigitalbrax  said...

    Of course I'm a die hard fan.

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  • Mar 18th 2012 4:04PM

    Cookie-Chan  said...

    Had already planned on seeing it in IMAX on the 23rd so it's all good.

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  • Mar 18th 2012 9:40AM

    Anne of NC  said...

    YOU KNOW IT!

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  • Mar 17th 2012 2:56PM

    KatnissMallark  said...

    i am the biggest hunger game fan ever. just so yall no :))) i have the game blanket necklace bracelet tshirts all 24 action figures and all the books and all the big action figures and bookmarks and nailstickers and flipflops and posters and magazines :)))) love them so much

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  • Mar 17th 2012 7:07AM

    imani.asutton  said...

    But of course. Would there be any other way to watch The Hunger Games?

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  • Mar 16th 2012 7:41PM

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    HECK YEAH!!! Seeing it in IMAX on the dayit comes out!!!!!!!!! ~Biggest Hunger Games Fan Ever~ :D

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  • Mar 16th 2012 5:39PM

    moviegeek4eva  said...

    I will probably see it the first week, even though it won't be playing in true IMAX in Massachusetts either. The fake IMAX at the AMC Boston Common is okay, but I like the one at the Showcase Cinemas in Randolph better.

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  • Mar 16th 2012 4:29PM

    KatnissMallark  said...

    going teh first day it comes out soo excited :)

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  • Mar 16th 2012 3:57PM

    nxtiak  said...

    No unfortunately. The Edwards IMAX theater here will be playing Titanic 3D. It's the only true 70mm HUGE IMAX theater. Hunger Games IMAX is playing in a bunch of FAKE IMAX theaters around here.. most of them AMC theaters. They're not true IMAX. They're a rip off. So I'll be watching it still at the Edwards but non IMAX, but on one of their much bigger than normal theater screen anyways.

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  • Mar 17th 2012 7:39PM

    kimwright1616  said...

    no one gives a crap about your true imax theater.

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  • Mar 17th 2012 7:44PM

    nxtiak  said...

    Obviously you don't, but you probably think watching a regular DVD on an HDTV means you're watching it in HD. Have fun spending extra money watching it on a normal sized fake IMAX screen.

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  • Mar 21st 2012 1:54PM

    dillon_kswanson  said...

    Haha, well played sir

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  • Mar 20th 2012 8:29PM

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    True that.

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  • Mar 22nd 2012 6:33AM

    kaleyrenee  said...

    This is probably a stupid question, but what is a "fake" IMAX, and what's the difference between that and a real IMAX?

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  • Mar 24th 2012 10:50AM

    pcwholesale1  said...

    What is referred to as "Fake" IMAX is Digital IMAX, in which the IMAX trademark is licensed to theaters showing it on a standard size 35mm screen with digital projection and sound. However, the screen size is less than a third the size of the original IMAX screen, which makes people who have paid a premium for "IMAX" feel ripped off. Especially Aziz Ansari - [BLOCKED WEBSITE]

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  • Mar 16th 2012 2:11PM

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    Heck yes!

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