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Set in the most depressing corner of a postapocalyptic future, our heroine Kantmiss Evershot (Maiara Walsh) volunteers to take her manipulative younger sister's place in the seventy-fifth annual "Starving Games." In doing so, she must leave behind her smoldering just-a-friend Dale (Brant Daugherty) and team up with the geeky baker's son Peter Malarkey (Cody Allen Christian) in a fight for her life. But wait, there's more! She could also win an old ham, a coupon for a foot-long sub at a six-inch price, and a partially eaten pickle! In The Starving Games, Friedberg and Seltzer's sixth cinematic spoof of box-office hits, the prolific parody duo has its sights trained on the adventure blockbuster The Hunger Games! It's all the laughs and half the calories as they sling dozens of cock-eyed, barbed arrows at sci-fi, action and fantasy films from The Avengers and Oz the Great and Powerful to pop culture characters and celebrities like Harry Potter and Taylor Swift. Written by
I have read all three books of Suzzane Collins and I liked them all. But on the same time I liked this movie which someone can say that it makes fun of the book and the Movie.
I saw this on a trailer, and Immediately I knew that it should be a stupid-funny movie. And that's exactly what it was about! That's why I give a good voting! Doesn't mean its a disrespect for the book as I read from others.!
There lots of moments of lots of laugh for me. Lot of random things that make you laugh!! It made my day:)I can even say that I liked this movie more than Hunger games and Catching fire, why? because on this too books, I expected like a copy of the book, and every little change from the original was bad for me, but now, I knew that they gonna have lots of differences, so I quite enjoyed it more!
P.s The actor that plays Katniss, is prettier than the one playing in the hunger games and caching fire.!
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