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The Hunger Games- Full Price.
The Hunger Games: High Matinee
28 Weeks Later
Well, we completely lost the notion of reality in this movie, and that was one of the things I adored about the first one. OK, that is too harsh. We can compare ourselves, in some situations, to the characters of the film. But unlike 28 Days Later where we are taking part in the apocalypse, this already is a post-apocalyptic world.
The acting wasn't bad in the film. Jeremy Renner was the one who stood out from all the other actors. At the opposite pole was Rose Byrne who was awful and emotionless in the movie.
Also, the script was very poor in quality. But after all, there were no less than 4 screenwriters for this film. 4! I have never seen a movie with so many screenwriters: Rowan Joffe, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo(who also directed the film), E. L. Lavigne and Jesus Olmo. When I imagine 4 screenwriters working together on a film, I imagine a huge racket coming from that studio. Among the producers we can find Danny Boyle who directed the first movie, and in my opinion did a better job directing 28 Days Later than Fresnadillo did directing this one.
Overall, if you are a fan of post-apocalyptic horror films you might want to see this.
Exactly what I was thinking...
No, it's not a serious comment, but I haven't seen one for a long time, nor have I seen many.
The Hunger Games- 8/10
Loved the movie overall, but hated the use of shaky cam. Wasn't too crazy about Josh Hutcherson either.
I left for a week-long trip to Los Angeles the day this was released on DVD and Blu-ray, and my pre-ordered copy arrived 2 days after leaving. As much as I absolutely loved going to California, touring the Warner Brothers back lot, and having dinner with a set designer/art director I've been keeping in touch with for weeks, there was always an itch in the deepest crevice of my brain reminding me that this was waiting for me when I returned. As soon as I walked in the door yesterday, I slowly and carefully opened the yellow Amazon envelope and let the power wash over me: my prize had finally been claimed.
It was every bit as extraordinary as the first time I saw it in cinemas months ago, and I still have 2 hours of bonus material to watch.
Here a question for you buddy: why fucking F?????
I haven't seen this movie yet, though I heard it is good (92% on Rotten Tomatoes!). But didn't you find any redeeming qualities of the film that can makes you give it at least C or D?
Chucky G is right, you really need to see some Grade-F movies that every film buffs should must watch so you can identify what's really a FUCK YOU/Grade-F/Bottom of the Barrel/Epic Fail movies are.
You really need to have other ratings besides A+ and F.
So what's the difference between your own grade F and FUCK YOU rating?