The 3-D film Frozen has, well, frozen The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in its tracks. The Disney animated feature gained momentum in its second week, banking $31.6 million to surpass the young adult mega-hit's $27 million at the weekend box office, the LA Times reports. To be fair, Catching...
Well, there wasn’t much to this week’s box office, except for a win for Frozen in taking the top slot as it didn’t fall quite as hard as The Hunger Games: Catching Fire did. But things are going to pick up next week with the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, so there’s [...]
I recently was blown away by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, in all its Imax glory. A few days later I found myself chatting with some colleagues, one of whom was re-reading Far From the Madding Crowd, the Thomas Hardy … Continue reading ?
Even a snowstorm didn’t freeze the box office sales for Disney’s Frozen. However, it did diffuse the sparks flying around The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. After three long weeks of dominance at the box office, Catching Fire has officially been knocked down to the No. Show More Summary
Combining the narratives from The Hunger Games and The Hangover, The Hungover Games follows four guys at a bachelor party who wake up on their way to a battle to the death. The parody pokes fun at more than just the two films that help...Show More Summary
Last month, Cookie Monster and the good folks at Sesame Street gave us their take on celebrated child-hunting trilogy The Hunger Games and today they’re back to tackle an even more ambitious project. In a sweeping, minutes-long epic,...Show More Summary
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire drops to second place with $27 million. Out of the Furnace opens in third place with $5.3 million. [...]
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Disney's latest effort, Frozen, overtook Catching Fire this weekend for the first time in the three weeks they've both been in theaters. The animated feature earned $31.6 million in comparison with the Hunger Games sequel's $27 million,...Show More Summary
No one asked for a spoof that merges The Hangover and The Hunger Games with additional references to Django Unchained and Ted, but that’s too bad, because we got one anyway. So here you go: the trailer for The Hungover Games, a parody film that combines drunken bachelor party antics with dystopian child warfare. Show More Summary
In his analysis of the problems (real and falsely perceived) with the “pink aisle,” MovieBob has some things to say about “The Hunger Games”—namely that it reinforces an outdated notion of male = good and female = bad by giving its heroine stereotypically masculine traits and the Capitol stereotypically feminine ones. Watch MovieBob explain why [...]
Post by Jenny Erikson. Because apparently we must politicize all the things, the the Hunger Games franchise has sparked a political debate between the right and left over what’s really going on in Panem. It seems as though both liberals and conservatives want to claim the story as their own, each side arguing that their side is clearly represented. Show More Summary
The flame under The Hunger Games: Catching Fire began to sputter this weekend and the movie dropped 63%. It dropped out of first place, leaving room for Frozen, which held on stronger, to have its shot at number one. Despite the switch...Show More Summary
Welcome to the Liberals’ version of the Hunger Games, America; unapologetically brought to you by our Progressive friends in the Democrat Party, whose economic policies have lifted a record number of Americans from the middle class and plopped them face down — into poverty the past five years. I know. Show More Summary
If "Sesame Street" can parody "The Hunger Games," they can most certainly parody J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings."In "Lord of the Crumbs," Cookie Monster is distraught when he loses his "preciousssssss," which isn't a ring here, but a recipe for chocolate-chip cookies. Show More Summary
The animated movie "Frozen" iced out "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" to take the top slot at the weekend box office.
When you look at the success of stuff like The Hunger Games, Gravity and Orange Is The New Black, it's safe to say this was a pretty good year for the depiction of women in media. Just the same, though, it hasn't all been peachy this year. Read more...
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After a gigantic Thanksgiving, the post-holiday box-office weekend will again belong to Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and Walt Disney Pictures' "Frozen."
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire recently hit theaters, but apparently the folks at Lionsgate are already putting together a fairly epic Blu-ray set for next year. A word of warning: The set you’re about to drool over is currently an Amazon.co.uk exclusive. Show More Summary