The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Movie Review

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is everything a sequel should be. Actually it’s way, way better than the first one. It blows the previous film — and most movies this year.Period. The movie is 146 minutes and not one of them feels wasted. This middle chapter of Katniss Everdeen’s sci-fi survival story is darker, moodier and meaner.

Barely recovered from her first Hunger Games, Katniss and Peeta are devastated by the announcement of the 75th Anniversary Quarter Quell games. The announcement comes as revenge from President Snow who wanted to punish Katniss for her actions in the previous hunger games which has led to an uprising in all the districts. The uprising escalates into a full-blown revolution as she and Peeta begin their Victory Tour throughout the Districts. Hoping to put an end to the rising tide, President Snow and his new Head Game maker Plutarch devise a plan to send Katniss back with the announcement of the 75th hunger games with a parade of other former victors, where they bet she will either face death or dishonor from killing fellow tributes (or both).These Hunger Games will push Katniss to the breaking point.

Will she be victorious once again? Or will the 75th Games prove too much for even the Katniss Everdeen to handle? All in all 4 Shors

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