Apart from being exciting from st...
Movie reviews of The Hunger Games
Apart from being exciting from start to end, The Hunger Games is well directed and presents
events in an effective flow. There is an
effective aspect of entertainment presented in the movie’s investment in
flashback and throwback. Through its utilization of satire, the movie is able
to effectively communicate important messages ranging from family values to the
importance of fighting smart as opposed to fighting hard. The movie is not only
able to maintain the aspect of action from beginning to end but also ensure it
effectively serves its function as a science fiction film. The importance of
friendship and the right alliances has been effectively stressed throughout the
course of this movie. The author of this movie invests effectively in
presenting how friendships form and the important role they play in ensuring
success is achieved through joint contributions. The sense of community and
value attached to unity are exemplified throughout this movie and the author
introduces what peace means to different people and the lengths they will go to
attain peace in both the short and the long terms (Bradshaw).
to the John Green, there are unique messages being communicated in the movie.
The main character is not only a resourceful and tough girl but also a
sentimental and kind individual. There are also unique alterations that have
been made to the movie – alterations that create great distinctions between the
story between the movie and the original novel. The revolution presented in the
13th District was also unique in more ways than one. Although there are
extensive investments by the movie producers, the movie maintains the original
premise of the story in the novel while introducing a unique form of
originality on the same story (Green).
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Games – review." The Guardian, [London], 22 Mar. 2012,
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