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Sixstrings wrote: I wonder though, will the popcorn eating masses "get it?"
The Practician wrote:The energy-nerd in me finds the level of technology posessed by the capitol to be just a little far fetched considering their energy base seems to consist entirely of the dregs of Appalachian coal. I'm with Beery on the quality of the writing, but that's what I was expecting from a pulp page turner aimed at young adults.
(bold mine)rangerone314 wrote:I think the population is supposed to be greatly reduced? I think before one battle in the books they got 800 people out of District 12 before it got bombed and I think that was supposed to be 10% of that district.
They probably use coal-to-liquids technology to get vehicle fuel.
We live in a world not too different from that presented in the Hunger Games.
Ridley Scott and Charlize Theron is a freakishly hot combination. I remember Total Recall is an old Schwartzenberggger/Sharon Stone hotness flick. I believe it came from a Phillip Dick novel? I hate anything to do with the Batman Franchise.rangerone314 wrote:Meh. Only movies I'm going to for sure are Dark Knight Rises, Prometheus, and Total Recall.
rangerone314 wrote:Said the heck with it, and took my teenager to see "Hunger Games"; good movie & we both liked it.
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