Feature Sarah Dobbs 24 Dec 2013 - 23:10
This adaptation of a Ya novel makes our top 10 list for its intelligence and heart, as Sarah explains
Over the past few weeks, Den of Geek writers have been voting for their favourite films of the year. The votes were weighted, calculated, and compiled into a list of our favourites of 2013's films. Here, at number 3, is The Hunger Games: Catching Fire...
This feature contains spoilers.
The first Hunger Games film was a brilliant surprise, a movie aimed at teenagers that had a heart and a brain and wasn’t afraid to make a political statement. So when director Gary Ross stepped away from the sequel, claiming Lionsgate’s production schedule was too tight, it was hard not to worry that Catching Fire wouldn’t live up to its predecessor. Happily, though, Francis Lawrence managed to make it work. »
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