Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Oh, Hunger Games movie, we do heart you. We don't want to nitpick or compare book to movie. In fact, we're not going to think too much about it. Like if you think about the scale and enormity of the universe it starts to freak you out. Also, if you sit and think about how we're spectators watching spectators watching The Hunger Games...well, that too will freak you out. And thoughts like this freak us out:



But this just makes us laugh:



Speaking of which, did everyone laugh when Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter's title was previewed? Well, riddle us and Neil this...
Lets not look over all the other writer tweets this week:




And okay we can't stop thinking about The Hunger Games movie either. In fact, most tweets this week were all like "OMG this movie's awesome!" "Love J Law as Katniss!" "Dude, I cried during the first five minutes" "Rue was perfect and adorable and tragic" "Lenny Kravitz as Cinna is inspired"
Okay, truthfully those were the positive ones. And mainly the ones we agree with. But tune back on Thursday for more specific thoughts on the movie. Peace.


1 comments:

Kristan Hoffman said...

Martha makes a really good point. Similarly, friend/screenwriter Jon Peters did a writeup on the film and ended with thought-provoking questions about The Hunger Games's message and ironic medium: http://www.inreads.com/blog/2012/03/27/page-to-screen-the-hunger-games/

LOL at Brian. I lost a spelling bee on the word "condominium" because realizing that I had just spelled "condom" threw me off.

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