Let the Grumbling Games begin! Er… actually, maybe not.
While The Hunger Games: Catching Fire clocks in at an expansive 146 minutes, it necessarily can’t include every beat from Suzanne Collins’s 400-page novel. And because the sequel, like The Hunger Games movie — and unlike Collins’s series — isn’t limited to showing only Katniss’s perspective, the film also contains several scenes that have no basis in Collins’s narrative.
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