Catching Fire : Review

| December 19, 2013 | 2 Comments

The Hunger Games saga has released its second installment of awesome movies

 the world fell in love with. Catching Fire is the movie to see when you’re looking for action, romance (love triangles to be exact!), and excitement. The movie is about Katniss Everdeen, the “Girl on Fire” and her cute boy-friend companion, Peeta Mellark. It’s the 75th annual Hunger Games: Quarter Quell. Every 25 years there is a Quarter Quell, meaning the head gamemakers change the rules a bit.

This year’s Quarter Quell has called the male and female tribute out of the Pool of Victors. In District 12, only 3 victors remained. At the Reaping, Katniss and Haymitch, their previous mentor, were chosen. Peeta volunteered as tribute, however. And once more Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark were back in the games.

Catching Fire is the movie of the century! It’s the best movie for anytime you want to watch awesomeness occur. I strongly recommend you read the Hunger Games books before you watch the movies so that you get the full understanding and epicness of Catching Fire. I guaranty you will love this movie. The next legendary movie in the Hunger Games saga: Mockingjay will be split up into two movies. Tributes, I hope you like this review! Comment and like please! Happy Hunger Games and May the Odds be Ever in Your Favor!

By: Erica Lerma

Category: Movie Reviews

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Hi! I'm the Editor and Chief of the Yearbook and the Bradley Growl. I LOVE Panic! At The Disco, Paramore, Fall Out Boy, and Nirvana. I am a wolf. Yea, a wolf, like those emo kids with tails you see around town? That's me! I reccomend that you don't judge me, I'd appreciate it to thanks. My name is Erica Lerma but you can call me Mal. (M~aa~l) So yea, that's me. ~Mal

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  1. Jude says:

    Now I wanna watch the movieeee

  2. Graham G. says:

    What I previously believed an error (guaranty instead of guarantee) proved to be an alternate spelling after looking into it. This is definitely an excellent article, with no structural, grammatical, or any other errors visible after several readings. The only possible problem is the break between the first line and second (It distracts me from the article a bit), which appears to have been caused by the picture.

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