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(Cbr) Social commentary isn’t mutually exclusive from blockbuster entertainment – look at the last two Batman movies if you need evidence of how a film can subtly make observations about the times in which we live. But remarkably, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" manages to make commentary and entertainment one and the same: further expanding the world and the narrative of the first film, Katniss Everdeen’s (Jennifer Lawrence) victory at the Hunger Games has inadvertently spawned a rebellion among citizens in the districts, leading President Snow (Donald Sutherland) to quell their unrest with the distraction of celebrity gossip, or when that »

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