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    Hard time watching Hunger Games

    I know this movie made many hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office and the books are popular but I'm having a hard time trying to watch this thing lol. I just can't get on board with a post apocalyptic world where young kids fight each other to the death. It's just not realistic that nobody in that world would stand up and say this shit is wrong. Instead people are acting like the kids are going on Dancing With the Stars or something lol.

    I'm not being sensitive because I love to see people get slaughtered, mostly people who deserve it, but these are young kids. I guess a story has to be semi-believable for me to enjoy it. I'm 30 minutes into it so far but I think I'm gonna hate this thing lol.

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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    I haven't even WANTED to see the movie...

    But the books are AWESOME!!!

    I think you'd feel a lot more connected to the story if you chose the book route...

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    i agree. kids killing kids with pride. but josh h makes it more bearable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swerve View Post
    I haven't even WANTED to see the movie...

    But the books are AWESOME!!!

    I think you'd feel a lot more connected to the story if you chose the book route...

    I don't see how I could get into the book either since it's the same plot, kids fight to the death, unless the people are trying to fight against that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BevanBB View Post
    i agree. kids killing kids with pride. but josh h makes it more bearable.
    Yeah he is growing into a cute young man. I can lust after him hard now since he's grown lol.

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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    "Realistic" isn't a good word to criticize a movie that's fiction.
    Maybe not but I need for the story to make some kind of sense. I need that even for a fiction movie lol.

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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    Quote Originally Posted by hanzosword View Post
    I don't see how I could get into the book either since it's the same plot, kids fight to the death, unless the people are trying to fight against that.
    I haven't seen the movie -- so I cannot criticize it...

    But -- YES -- the people ARE and HAVE BEEN trying to fight against it...

    What I can say, is that the books explain in detail the inner turmoil and humanity of the characters that I cannot see a film portraying...

    It is STILL hard to stomach -- but an interesting study in human nature...

    I guess that was what I was TRYING to say in the previous post...

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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    Quote Originally Posted by tombastep View Post
    "Realistic" isn't a good word to criticize a movie that's fiction.
    Still, one must be able to suspend disbelief to enjoy a work of fiction.

    Take Cars 2, for example. I enjoyed Cars but the sequel couldn't hold me past the opening where a car climbs vertically (90 angle) up the column of an oil rig. I could "accept" that the cars were talking but that vertical climb was more than I could brush aside.

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    ^My Constitutional Law professor drove a Range Rover and SWORE that it could climb a 90 degree climb...

    I couldn't figure out the logistics of that either...

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    I do not get the opening premise of this Thread.

    Pretty much the whole movie they are talking/showing how bad this is and that people do not want it.

    It is the Lottery in movie form.
    The only people that "like" the situation are those in power trying to control the populace by using it.


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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    I liked "Battle Royale" better.

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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    If I hadn't read the books first, I think I'd have had a hard time understanding the motivations for the characters' actions.
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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    Quote Originally Posted by swerve View Post
    ^My Constitutional Law professor drove a Range Rover and SWORE that it could climb a 90 degree climb...

    I couldn't figure out the logistics of that either...

    Range Rovers can't drive up a 90 degree climb but if they have a winch fitted they can winch themselves up it.
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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    i think that battle royale catches the psychosociological theme much better.
    while i see hunger games more cliche-like etc., battle royale represents much better the actions of real teenagers in an imaginated state of emergency...
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    Re: Hard time watching Hunger Games

    ^ have to agree there. Battle Royale shows the kids under extreme pressure and terrified. When the kids in hunger Games are about to be released to their likely death, they look about as worried as they would going into a school test they haven't revised for.
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