The Hunger Games 2012 full movie: A Spiritual Review of the Movie

The Hunger Games 2012 full movie: A Spiritual Review of the Movie

The bestselling young adult novel trilogy The Hunger Games makes it debut on the screens last weekend with much anticipation, declared by media as the new saga to replace Harry Potter or Twilight. Midnight showings were sold out nationwide with much fanfare. While The Hunger Games 2012 full movie connects deeply with the same audience as the last teen books turned films, many have also asked whether the picture will generate similar spiritual concerns—leading parents and church leaders to wonder what…

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The Hunger Games 2012 full movie: A modern allegory and a unique kind of treat

The Hunger Games 2012 full movie: A modern allegory and a unique kind of treat

For once, don’t be put off by the hype: the book may be written for young adults, but the movie is a thoroughly mature affair. That’s the marvel of The Hunger Games 2012, a film that transforms a popular work of teen fiction not just by faithfully exploring its themes but, more important, by proving those themes have a very grown-up resonance. Compare that to the Harry Potter movie or Twilight pictures which, however well adapted, always betray their juvenile…

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Let The Hunger Games Begin!

Let The Hunger Games Begin!

Let the games begin. And it’s not quidditch at Hogwarts, or that weird baseball scene in Twilight – this is serious stuff. In Suzanne Collins’ post-apocalyptic young adult novel, The Hunger Games, it’s a grim, relentless fight to the death. Twenty four teenagers enter: one leaves. The best-selling book, the first of a trilogy – The Hunger Games 2012, is now a much-anticipated movie that should more than satisfy the millions of readers who enjoyed the book and…

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The Hunger Games full movie 2012: Better than the novel, I’m sure.

The Hunger Games full movie 2012: Better than the novel, I’m sure.

For the those out there who haven’t read up, The Hunger Games full movie 2012 is set in a dystopian future where society is ruled by a government that makes Syria look like Vermont. So after an uprising fails to gain its citizens’ independence, the powers that be decide to take them down a notch by divvying everyone up into 12 Districts and seeing to it that life sucks for them all the damn time. As if…

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