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4-03-2012 @ 10:56AM
To be honest, I loved the movie having read the books; and I think watching the movie with the knowledge from the books was a fantastic experience.For example, someone who hasn't read the books and sees the scene where the District 12 children kiss their three fingers and raise them in the air, won't have any idea how powerful that gesture is. It isn't explained what the gesture means in the movie.@Luotian There's a stark difference between a book being written to be a movie, and a book that translates well into a movie. Hunger Games is the latter.
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