The Hunger Games needs protein and carbs

Mar 26, 2012 by

About The Hunger Games, the much-anticipated adaptation of Suzanne Collins’s bestselling Young Adult novel, directed by Gary Ross and starring Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Lenny Kravitz. 1. We liked the novel, an engaging melange of Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery, the reality show Survivor, the Japanese action movie Battle Royale, the grandpapa of dystopia George Orwell’s 1984, among other sources. The filmmakers like the novel too much. Hunger Games the movie is overly stately and respectful: it proceeds at about the same pace as a reading of the book. Unfortunately, reading the book takes more than two hours. 2. While Jennifer Lawrence is excellent as the protagonist Katniss and the guy who plays Peeta is perfectly cast (milksop), we don’t feel like she’s in any

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real danger. And she’s supposed to be fighting for her life. 3. The competition is short on thrills. 4. We see Liam Hemsworth at the beginning, after which we have to subsist on tiny rations of his Liam Hemsworth-ness. Yeah, we know that’s what happens in the novel but this is a movie. During the parts that dragged we pondered the essay question: Liam or Chris? 5. Lenny Kravitz looks great. The gold eyeshadow does something for him. 6. The cliché about the book being better? Repeat. 7. Almost forgot: Bad geography. We have no idea where any of the combatants are in relation to the “cornucopia” or what the terrain is like. Everybody’s running, but we don’t know where to or from. Ricky pointed out that the combat situation requires plenty of wide shots but all we get are close-ups. Is this a low budget movie?

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