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cute_wonderful_blondie asked:

24 Mar 2012

The Hunger Games

This is just a random question to ask all of you how do you feel about the new movie & if you've read the book/books what do you think about them? I personally read only the first book but I am looking forward to the movie even though I wanted to kill the writer for the ending because Peeta's heart was left broken and he was very disappointed. It didn't seem proper and it destroyed their win. I don't usually get moved by a love story, but books do that to me sometimes. Is there maybe a critical response from anyone? Or just say what you think about the idea of both the books and the movie overall. :]

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_renea

_renea says:

Posted on 24 Mar 2012

I've only read the first book, like you, but I heard the ovie wasn't like everyone thought it would be, I'll tell you what the movie is like on Tuesday sometime when I go to see it !

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 24 Mar 2012

I really loved all three books. I thought they were great, much better than "Twilight" (at least I thought so). Katniss is a really great character and Jennifer Lawrence looks like her in my mind anyway. The reviews I've seen have been kinda mixed, but I will definitely see it. Just not now. I'll wait until the crowds die down

caslynn

caslynn says:

Posted on 24 Mar 2012

The books are amazing. The characters are all very well formed and the conflict is thorough and layered and interesting. I will say, though, that the third book ended in sort of a lazy way. I'm going to see the movie tonight, so I can't speak to that, but I'm VERY excited for Lenny Kravitz as Cinna.

_renea

_renea says:

Posted on 24 Mar 2012

*movie

cute_wonderful_blondie

cute_wonderful_blondie says:

Posted on 26 Mar 2012

I heard Lenny did an awesome job. I agree with you. I will get to the third book soon so I'll see if I share your opinion. I hope it's at least a happy ending. Even a general chicle one. I don't care. The characters deserve things to be solved and be happy as far as I'm concerned. But I've heard comments on how Mockingjay seems like it was written in a rush. I'll see. Thanks for your answer.

cute_wonderful_blondie

cute_wonderful_blondie says:

Posted on 26 Mar 2012

I didn't even bother reading Twilight. teehee, people say the book is waaay better since I was always disappointed by the movies, but I can't get myself to read them. I imagined Katniss exactly like that too. The choice of Lenny Kravitz for Cinna surprised me a bit, but I hear he brought a fabulous charm to the movie in general. I'm waiting for things to calm down about it too before I hit the movies. Thanks for your answer :]

cute_wonderful_blondie

cute_wonderful_blondie says:

Posted on 26 Mar 2012

Kay contact me when you see the movie. I'm very excited for it but I think the characters just won't come to life the way they do in my head when I'm reading the books. I read Catching Fire until 4am last night and I got to half of it, it's still as taking an unexpected twist as the first one was. Thanks for your answer! :]

jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 26 Mar 2012

Yeah, I actually pictured Cinna as a little more flamboyant than Lenny Karavitz from the books (more like me I guess :))). But I hope he was still a nurturing character. I'll see the movie next week. Thanks 4 the blog and the question.

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