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Hunger Games – Jennifer Lawrence HD MOVIE (2012)

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Hunger Games Fends Off Three More Upstarts

threestoogesbop1 Hunger Games Fends Off Three More UpstartsThe ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office.

We’re probably sounding a bit like a broken record here but once again and for the fourth weekend in a row, director Gary Ross’ adaptation… Continue reading Hunger Games Fends Off Three More Upstarts

Third Week at #1 for The Hunger Games

americanreunionbop1 Third Week at #1 for The Hunger GamesThe ComingSoon.net Box Office Report has been updated with studio estimates for the weekend. Click here for the full box office estimates of the top 12 films and then check back on Monday for the final figures based on actual box office.

Easter weekend saw the release of two new movies in wide release, but neither could dethrone director Gary Ross’ The Hunger Games (Lionsgate), which brought… Continue reading Third Week at #1 for The Hunger Games

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2012 03 20 MKothariProfile Why Did The Hunger Games Become Such a Hit in the United States but Battle Royale Did Not?By Monika Kothari, Anthropology and political theory student

This is going to be mostly speculative on my part, because I haven’t read Battle Royale, though it is somewhere on my list. I guess the answer to this depends on what you mean by a “hit”. I think that, taken in context, Battle Royale actually was quite a hit, but it never really… Continue reading Why Did The Hunger Games Become Such a Hit in the United States but Battle Royale Did Not?

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2012 03 27 MBarnardProfile Does The Hunger Games Set a Bad Example for Using Violence as Conflict Resolution?By Mike BarnardAssociate Partner, Application Innovation Services, and Business Architect, IBM GBS

Well, I personally think the point at which Mr. King derails whatever argument he was establishing is when he says:

I worry that not everyone reading the book or seeing the movie understands that the Capitol is wrong for creating the games, the citizens are wrong for watching them, and the… Continue reading Does The Hunger Games Set a Bad Example for Using Violence as Conflict Resolution?