Katniss'd and Famished: Beefing Up Romance in The Hunger Games Movie Leaves Us Starved For More

If the romantic element is beefed up in the story, it spells a bad idea for the franchise as a whole. Read on: The new Life & Style story on The Hunger Games stirred up a debate in the fandom of the bestseller books which are now being adapted for Hollywood by Lionsgate. Trying to lure audience into the theatre on the basis of Liam … Continue reading Katniss'd and Famished: Beefing Up Romance in The Hunger Games Movie Leaves Us Starved For More

Hunger Games Editorial #4: The Twilight Connection: Decayed by Love

While the fandoms of Twilight and Hunger Games have mostly locked horns because of media comparing the two stories, there are many similarities between the two wildly different YA books. And a love triangle isn’t the only one. As always, you are free to share your thoughts on the editorial. ……….. However, it all comes to an excruciating stop when Mr. Everdeen dies in a … Continue reading Hunger Games Editorial #4: The Twilight Connection: Decayed by Love

Editorial #3: The face of Hunger Games: Jennifer Lawrence

The euphoria of seeing Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss still lingers and gathering all opinions and changes in mood of fans from the first time Katniss Everdeen was conceived, I discuss in the third Hunger Games editorial how Jennifer Lawrence’s transition took place. Feel free to let us know what you think of Jennifer and how your perception of her changed – or not: … And … Continue reading Editorial #3: The face of Hunger Games: Jennifer Lawrence

Hunger Games Op-Ed #2: President Snow Was After All Only Human

As the casting for The Hunger Games closes to wrapping up, one of the casting still to be announced is the much anticipated one of President Snow. In a new op-ed, I discuss whether President Snow was the tyrant in the extreme meaning of the word or only a pawn in the bigger scheme of things. In demonstrating a certain amount of (behind-the-scene) compassion for … Continue reading Hunger Games Op-Ed #2: President Snow Was After All Only Human

#Mockingjay : An Analysis

Most of us, if not all, have finished reading the brilliant and richly woven last narrative in The Hunger Games trilogy. My thoughts on it are, as I posted on our Twitter, are still the same: Halfway done through #Mockingjay. Surprised at how true the book is – besides the excellent twists in the brilliant plot. #win #Mockingjay is unbelievable! About to close in on … Continue reading #Mockingjay : An Analysis