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In the first third of the book, we are introduced to our protagonist, Katniss Everdeen. Though she's only a teenager, she's a tough hunter who puts food on her family's table.
The release of the first Hunger Games film, based on of the wildly successful book trilogy, is less than two months away, but the powers that be are teasing fans with various marketing gems via social media sites. The latest installment — which was released this week — is a high-fashion site called Capitol Couture , dedicated to the fictional capitol city in the post-apocalyptic nation of Panem. The Hunger Games — a young adult novel written by Suzanne Collins — has become extremely popular and successful since its debut in 2008.
Buzz surrounding the upcoming film The Hunger Games is at a fever pitch — with social networks, movie ticket sites and the greater web in a frenzy. Fans are already pre-ordering movie tickets for the film — which opens in the U.S. on Friday — at a frenetic pace. According to Fandango , more than 92% of total ticket sales this morning were for the film.
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The Hunger Games is an American science fiction adventure film directed by Gary Ross , based on the novel of the same name by Suzanne Collins . It is the first installment in The Hunger Games film series .
There are precious few instances where a film can transcend its genre trappings, plot and narrative to emote so splendidly the faults of our times. Such is the case with The Hunger Games , a cautionary tale of sorts that confronts the audience with difficult questions and themes in an almost aggressive manner, highlighting the insecurities and low-points of our own culture through the abhorrent act of forcibly sentencing children to their deaths. With a refreshing approach to pop cinema, director Gary Ross has created a harrowing and ultimately satisfying take on Suzanne Collins’ best-selling novel, with wonderful performances and challenging themes and execution that overpower any issues to deliver a fine piece of cinema.