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"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part One" REVIEW

Mockingjay is beautifully one note. The caliber of the actors and the rawness of the performances make this movie powerful. That, and the stunning special effects (of which there is sadly only few). 287 more words

Movie vs. Book: Mockingjay (Part 1)

**Spoiler Alert: Because of the popularity of both this book and movie, this review does include spoilers. 

Mockingjay picks up shortly after where Catching Fire… 514 more words


Hunger Games Day

So…confession: I adore The Hunger Games. So do my teenagers which, of course, means programming. This year, though, I decided a single program wasn’t going to be enough. 294 more words


The Top 7 Scenes from the Hunger Games Franchise to this Point.

Welcome to another trusty top 7 list from Jay at 7 second reviews. Why 7 you ask? Well 10 is too long, and 5 is too short. 879 more words

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'Mockingjay - Part 1': a superfluous entry in 'The Hunger Games' franchise

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire did everything a sequel should do. It raised the stakes, built on the world introduced in The Hunger Games, and explored its characters even further. 943 more words


Review: 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I' From the Editor

‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’ is the darkest turn for the Suzanne Collins’ trilogy. The first half establishes the growing revolution looming in the dystopia. 778 more words


Francis Lawrence: Saviour of The Hunger Games Franchise

I strongly believe that the directoral changes made between the first and second Hunger Games films are what salvaged the franchise from a sad failure, lacking passion, only for money-making purposes. 1,444 more words

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