THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 2: Ends the series with an unsatisfying whimper, the result of poor, underdeveloped artistic choices.
There’s war coming, all-out war, all-out civil war, to Panem, the fictionalized future successor to the United States central to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy in print and on film, but not yet (operative phrase being “not yet”) to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (hereinafter “Mockingjay, Part 1”), the
I was a firm believer that the book is always better than the film. Books allow you to get inside characters’ heads, and aren’t limited by budget or technology. Imagination is unlimited and books let that run free. However, after re-reading The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and seeing the film, I may