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Movie Trailer: The revolution continues in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is almost here!

We recently got a new trailer for the film based on the second book of the trilogy and it’s much better than the first trailer. The revolution is coming to the forefront in Catching Fire, possibly my least favorite book of the series. But I greatly enjoyed the first film and am looking forward to this one.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire comes out on November 22.

Nate pretends to be a movie connoisseur but in reality he really knows nothing about movies other than the fact that he loves them. His favorites include The Shawshank Redemption, Braveheart and Schindler's List. Follow him on Twitter @nater_parsons

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  1. Brent

    This is such a hard series to take from a book and turn into a film since so much of the heart of the book is the internal dialogue that is happening in Katniss’s head. If you saw the first one without reading the books, then what you think you saw in so many parts of the film is not what was really going on.
    So it will be interesting to see how they bring this book to film. In my opinion, the series went down with progressive book, but this movie looks like it has th potential to actually top the first one… we’ll see

    • JD Duran

      I’ll disagree a little bit. While much of the book is Katniss’ thoughts, that didn’t deter the movie for me because that’s hard to capture in film. And what the movie added in terms of visuals, style and music was incredible and enough for me to have fun with it. While the ending is better in the book, I actually liked the movie more. What they took out of the book wasn’t really that important other than Katniss’ thoughts, which again is really hard to do in film. You were able to figure out what was most likely going on with her internally anyway.

      • Brent

        “The Hunger Games” movie was a really good interpretation of the physical stuff that happened in the book. What you read happening on the page is what you saw happening with your eyes in the movie. The effects, the sets, the music, even the performances were all done very well.

        Unfortunately, and it’s the problem with trying to translate this story to a film, is that so much of the conflict in the book (conflict being what makes a good story) happens inside Katniss’s head. How in the world do you translate that many thoughts to the screen? As a guy, I wanted to grab Katniss by the shoulders and shake her telling her to stop thinking so much. It was infuriating at times.

        Well, that’s not my job, it’s the job of the filmmakers to figure it out. I only hope they do a better job of it in the sequel than they did in the first movie.

        Even if they don’t, it should still be a fun movie to watch