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i went go see the hunger games catching fire. i got say it ok but first one was better. if u read the books or u seen it already u know what going on with this one. and how she going show the people who are in control of the games are really like and what they stand for. so this is my review on catching fire. i like it but it could been better but i am glad they show blood bath like they did in the first one. but right now there making the third one but got spilt it into 2 parts. but call in and give me your thoughts on the hunger game movie and what u think of it.
AreYouScreening.com host and BFCA film critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
We'll also have some interview clips with the stars, and we have a couple of interesting announcements, including a podcast-specific giveaway!
The sequel to Hunger Games "Catching Fire" is being released on the 22nd of November 2013 and in the teaser trailers, I found a Hollywood disclosure regarding Hoover Dam that debunks my Stargate theory. Unlike most all conspiracy theorists, I look for anything that will discredit my findings for the reason, and I say it all the time as a mantra, "I do not want any of mine to be real".
In this case, it appears Jonathan Kleck and others may be correct in predicting that the secret societies have planned a devastating fate for one of engineering's greatest achievenments - the destruction of Hoover Dam. My theory says that Hoover Dam may have been originally conceived to be assambled as a STARGATE. I see that they may use parts of the Pat Tillman bypass bridge to do it, however, what I see in Hunger Games II suggests otherwise.
Article: Hunger Games: Catching Fire and More.
Video: Hollywood eliminates Hoover Dam
Four new releases this week: documentary Blackfish, Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha, insanely feelgood biopic One Chance and what is shaping up to be one of the biggest films of the year, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Episode 54 - November 22, 2013
After over a year of waiting, Catching Fire is out for the world to see! We spend Episode 130 discussing the film in-depth: What did we like? What didn't we like? What book-to-movie changes did we especially enjoy? Etc. Spoilers abound, of course, so if you have not yet seen Catching Fire, you may want to wait to listen to this one. If you have any specific talking points that you think we should address, just leave a comment over on our site. We also look at the sequel's box office performance thus far.
Catching Fire Week is finally here! Can you believe it? We certainly can't! We'll be seeing Catching Fire on Monday, November 18, which is why this episode has been scheduled for the following night (Tuesday the 19th). We'll spend the entirety of Episode 129 offering up as spoiler-free a review as possible, sharing our initial impressions and reactions and letting you know what to expect! If you have any specific questions about the film that you'd like us to answer during Episode 129, just leave a comment over on our website. Please keep in mind that we do want to keep this review spoiler-free, so don't ask anything too detailed!
May the odds be ever in your favor! On a very special episode of Cinema Royale, we journey back to Panem for the anticipated sequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire! Plus, Willow Shields who plays Primrose Everdeen calls in to talk about her experience alongside Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson!
This week the Black Geeks review the 2nd installment in the Hunger Games trilogy, "Catching Fire" directed by Francis Lawrence.
Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark become targets of the Capitol after their victory in the 74th Hunger Games sparks a rebellion in the Districts of Panem. -From IMDb
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On this episode, we will be speaking to actor Marcus Toji and actress Megan Hayes.
Marcus has been in a wide variety of films and tv shows, including Little Giants, ER, Boy Meets World, and Happy Endings.
Megan appeared most recently in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
As the Obamacare Games continue to fail spectacularly, Darth Reidious nukes the Senate hurling the Imperial City to destruction and the death of the Old Republic. What will rise to replace it? Probably nothing at all. In this new tyranny we shall retain the appearance of the Republic and the Constitution, but we shall be living in a kinder, gentler police-state. If you resist you will be drawn into the Hunger Games! The odds may not be in your in favor.
Yet, there is hope. Conservatism is catching fire! A small resolute band of real conservatives has a foothold in the GOP they're fighting for your liberty behind enemy lines to restore the Republic and preserve our inheritance of liberty. Will you squander your inheritance for mere Bread and Circuses, or will you stand with the champions of liberty and rollback the failing despotism of Emperor Obama(don’t)care and Darth Reidious?
When darkness falls, it is time for a lightning strike of Liberty’s Thunder! Do not despair, do not grow despondent. Hold onto hope in liberty. If you want Obamacare repealed, if you want the Senate restored, if you want the Constitution to be enforced, then you have to stand in the breach, recruit patriots to liberty’s army and defeat the autocrats. You always have a choice, suffer the Hunger Games or evict the usurpers but, first you have to overthrow the statists in the GOP and end the reign of the RINOs.
Tyranny is assured UNLESS liberty-loving people of good conscience can set aside their differences and band together against the rising tide of statism. Grassroots conservatives, whether Republicans, alternate party or independent MUST work together to ensure the restoration of constitutionally limited government – it is up to you. End the imperialist police state.
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In Episode 92 of Fireside Chat, we freak out over Entertainment Weekly's 2013 preview issue, which hit stands on the 11th and gave us our very first glimpse at Catching Fire. The issue features a "first look" Catching Fire cover, seven exclusive stills/photos from the film and set, and an extensive article that includes interviews with the cast and creators. We talk about ALL OF THIS. Other topics include a brief recap of the 2013 People's Choice Awards and our thoughts on this year's Oscar nominations and why The Hunger Games didn't receive any. We would love to hear your thoughts on the EW cover, the stills, and the accompanying article, so please tweet us or leave a comment on our site sharing your opinions.
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