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Best Adaptation I've seen in years!
I went to watch the pre-screening of Catching Fire with little hope and anticipation, because let's be honest, the first one was a big disappointment, The Hunger Games was nothing like the book.
At the end of Catching Fire, I was speechless! This movie was awesome! It satisfies both the readers and the viewers. I'm going to talk from a reader's view, because I'm a big fan of the books.
Imagine that every detail is mentioned in the movie, every scene, every outfit, every fight. It illustrates your imagination to the maximum limit. You will think about the movie for at least a week. The new director Francis Lawrence (I am legend, Water For Elephants)made all the difference. The graphics, the visuals, and the details will make you watch the movie one more time, and believe me, it will be worth it.
The acting is just perfect, Jennifer Lawrance is proving one more time that she is one of the best in her generation, I wouldn't be surprised if she wins another Oscar very soon. I thought it was impossible to fall more in love with Josh Hutcherson as Peeta, but nothing is impossible with this guy! Sam Claffin as Finnick proved that he isn't just a pretty boy with nice abs, and Jenna Malone as Johanna was just hilarious!
I rated it as 9 out of 10 because of the music, everything was perfect but the music was only good.
I told my friends once I finished watching it, that the difference between The Hunger Games and Catching Fire is the same as the difference between Twilight and Lord of The Rings. Catching Fire is the best adaptation I've seen since a very long time, and it is by far 10 times better than the first one.
I just finished watching Prisoners,and I got to say, It fascinated me. It isn't just about the plot (which was amazing), or the location (also perfect), but what blew my mind were the performances. I watched most of Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal movies but this one will mark as their memorable work... You get to go deep into the life of the father whose daughter was just kidnapped, and who struggles against society, family and himself to find her. Jake also performs greatly as a tough policeman who doesn't trust anyone nor anything, yet he tries to find the girls regardless of the circumstances.. I got to say, I had no faith in this summer regarding the movie world, because let's be honest, there wasn't one good movie before this one.. I think I hear the Oscars' bells, let's hope I'm right, especially for Hugh Jackman..