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I don’t need to sell this one any more, do I? It’s getting to the point now that Jennifer Lawrence in a movie = me anxiously awaiting to see it.
And a very nice new poster is after the jump for all those interested. Continue Reading
Jennifer Lawrence and company are back for the sequel to “The Hunger Games,” with one of the most anticipated films of the year – “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” Continue Reading
I’m really digging “The Hunger Games” Facebook page, which is continuing to build interest for the sequel “The Hunger Games Catching Fire,” with a series of victory portraits of competitors from the last games, won by Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen.
EXCLUSIVE The Hunger Games CAPITOL PORTRAIT DEBUT! See the beautiful and enchanting portrait of KATNISS EVERDEEN! She’s the victor that stole our hearts! Check out the Girl on Fire with this Katniss Everdeen Capitol Portrait. Share the excitement!
Right now we’re in Jennifer Lawrence’s world and it’s a pretty fun place to visit. Of the slew of “It Actresses” that have come and gone, I’m thoroughly enjoying Lawrence’s moment in the spotlight. That’s largely because she seems like a regular person and could care less about her celebrity status.
She’s also a great actress, which fans of her performance in “The Hunger Games” could already attest to long before she received the Best Actress Oscar for her role in “Silver Linings Playbook.” So it’s encouraging that despite all the Oscar hype she hasn’t become too good to return to the franchise that cemented her A-lister status and is set to reprise her role as Katniss Everdeen in the follow-up to one of the all-time highest grossing films – “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” We get another glance at how life has changed for our protagonist in this poster helpfully entitled “Victory Tour.” Continue Reading
My promise to you. This isn’t going to be a list filled with movies you’ve never heard of until reading the lists of likely Oscar contenders. There’s plenty of those Top 10 lists out there. My list is made up of the films that made suffering through crap like “Cloud Atlas” and “Red Dawn” worth the privilege of reviewing movies every week.
It’s been a very slow couple of weeks for new home video releases, but that ends tomorrow with one of the year’s biggest blockbusters.
The Hunger Games - One of my favorite movies of the year and the start of a new franchise I’m looking forward to following for the next few years. This was a great kick-off to the series and if you weren’t among those that helped it become the #12 highest grossing film on the all-time charts, now’s your chance to find out what all the (well-deserved) fuss was about.