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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire~GO

By MelaniRicks
Written January 01, 2014
I loved the movie. I liked that they didn't just reuse the same fighting scenes from the first one. I love that they kept all of the original actors, they ruin movies when they change cast members part way through. The actors all did a wonderful job of bringing their characters to life. I think you should use discretion taking children under 12-13 yrs of age, due to some mild violent scenes.
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Hunger tease

By everyweek60706
Written November 25, 2013
A powerful concept undermined by success. In practice a violent and indulgent critique by for and about people who watch too much television. Not being familiar with the franchise and much of reality tv didn't help, but I both stepped out and fell asleep in the first hour. The cultural references and the antique high-speed train are great, but the pieces don't fit together very well IMHO. A loud twenty-first century high-speed train decked out inside like a nineteenth century parlor car, sort of Harry Potter whimsy in the midst of incredible malevolence, for instance. They fly star trek vehicles with steam-shovel retrieval buckets. There are science fiction cities, star wars storm troopers, and medieval public floggings. None of this seems to go anywhere but on to the next sequel.
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Better than the first

By dc1517
Written January 13, 2014
I loved this movie. I would have to give it 5 out of 5 stars which I rarely ever do. I would agree with other reviews in that it did not seem any where close to an over 2 hour 26 min. movie. Didn't even feel like 2 hours. Highly recommend this movie. I have not read the books so I don't know how the film compared to the book.
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Probably the best book-to-movie adaptation I've ever seen!

By Aly_G
Written November 22, 2013
Catching Fire was amazing, beautiful, powerful! The entire plot of the book was seamlessly captured in such a way that it could easily stand on its own. The actors, the script, and the visuals worked in perfect harmony to create lasting moments. Every scene was quick, important, and emotional. The plot moved at the perfect rate and didn't waste time on long, dramatic transitions. It was perfect. Every movie based on a book could use a lesson from Catching Fire.
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Action packed / must see

By alexjschenher
Written August 24, 2016
This movie definitely lived up to the hype and was everything I was hoping it would be. I am not sure how I will be able wait for the next one.
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