Meaningful.. .. Look at that smug face. She's clever and she knows it. Danger per definition, gentlemen.
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#1 - sqrbt (09/23/2013) [+] (10 replies)
Look at that smug face.
She's clever and she knows it.
Danger per definition, gentlemen.
User avatar #15 - anonefgthree (09/24/2013) [+] (10 replies)
She's 12? Goddamn she looks like a slut
User avatar #17 to #15 - leevoquer (09/24/2013) [-]
Because she is pretty? Here's some food for thought: if they look like they wouldn't date you, it doesn't make them a slut.
#8 - Jowi (09/23/2013) [+] (16 replies)
I hated Katniss in the second and third book.

In the first book she was heroic and noble but from then on she spent most of her time deciding which boy she wanted to be with. She thought about it more than the war
#9 - scorpidea (09/23/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I was once in a love octagon... I barely remember, it was on October 8th 1988. I was in a coma for 8 months afterwards and required 8 reconstructive surgeries ...but Hustler wants to buy the rights to the story for 8 million bucks. I am a member of the sex party, and I vote.
User avatar #18 - lolokoko **User deleted account** (09/24/2013) [+] (2 replies)
******** .

In the second and third books, Katniss was still trying to decide which boy she wanted to hook up with.
User avatar #7 - tittylovin (09/23/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Team Better Fiction.
#58 - thelastelephant ONLINE (09/24/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Team Peter?
Team Peter?
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#14 - italianchef (09/24/2013) [+] (1 reply)
with years of source material people shouldnt pick teams they should already know. same 						****					 with Game of Thrones. read books you illiterate bastards
with years of source material people shouldnt pick teams they should already know. same **** with Game of Thrones. read books you illiterate bastards
User avatar #74 - trojandetected (09/24/2013) [+] (8 replies)
There is no ******* love triangle and the last books ending to me was utter **** !
#5 - crazyitalian (09/23/2013) [+] (6 replies)
i seriously hate Love triangles, books like the hunger games that have interesting characters and a unique world are brought down by them. any time devoted to a love triangle could be used for something more important like character development



but no, we need to throw in a love traingle to appeal to teenage girls -_-
User avatar #85 - pockyrin (09/24/2013) [+] (14 replies)
It's not really people's fault if they are confused about the movie without reading the books. It's very ******* confusing if you haven't read the books, they don't explain **** . I mean the books you are literally inside her head getting her insight on everything, and then in the movie they don't have a voiceover or her talking a bit to herself the way people do, so you don't know her motivations at all. A load of my friends were convinced she loves Peeta and got really confused at the end.
User avatar #119 to #116 - RandomAnonGuy (09/24/2013) [-]
But... we don't like twilight, so it must be wrong.
User avatar #63 - yorker (09/24/2013) [+] (13 replies)
I think that the Hunger Games is unoriginal and I don't like it nor do I like its characters.

I am prepared for your rage.
#131 - dedaluminus (09/24/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I read the books, and they were average. Standard. Boilerplate. The story of the underdog but skilled hero as written for the 16-26 demo. Not badly written, just no new concepts there. It feels like a stitched together montage of the sci-fi stories that were considered "edgy" in the silver era of sci-fi. For every major plot point, I remember reading a sci-fi story where that was the focus, though I don't remember all the names of the stories. A post-war america divided into 13 sectors with a capital that holds all the power despite actually holding none of the power? Harlan Ellison. A budding revolt in that fractured nation, looking for a hero to hang their hopes on? Same Harlan Ellison story. A tournament where the children of the poor are forced to fight for the amusement of the rich, with enforced scarcity and rewards for increasing your odds of being entered? Isaac Asimov, strangely enough. I can't remember the pen name he used though. A series of secret underground cities hiding in a nuclear wasteland and waiting for their revenge? David Drake. A badass woman protagonist who is emotionally torn between two equally asinine guys despite being a walking engine of death? Augh just go to the young adult section and throw a cat I can't 						*******					 even.    
   
So, yeah. I didn't care for the Hunger Games books. They weren't bad,but there was nothing new about them, nothing that caught my eye and made it sparkle. I had forgotten the names of half of the ancillary characters within two days of finishing the last book, and that's not a good sign.    
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I read the books, and they were average. Standard. Boilerplate. The story of the underdog but skilled hero as written for the 16-26 demo. Not badly written, just no new concepts there. It feels like a stitched together montage of the sci-fi stories that were considered "edgy" in the silver era of sci-fi. For every major plot point, I remember reading a sci-fi story where that was the focus, though I don't remember all the names of the stories. A post-war america divided into 13 sectors with a capital that holds all the power despite actually holding none of the power? Harlan Ellison. A budding revolt in that fractured nation, looking for a hero to hang their hopes on? Same Harlan Ellison story. A tournament where the children of the poor are forced to fight for the amusement of the rich, with enforced scarcity and rewards for increasing your odds of being entered? Isaac Asimov, strangely enough. I can't remember the pen name he used though. A series of secret underground cities hiding in a nuclear wasteland and waiting for their revenge? David Drake. A badass woman protagonist who is emotionally torn between two equally asinine guys despite being a walking engine of death? Augh just go to the young adult section and throw a cat I can't ******* even.

So, yeah. I didn't care for the Hunger Games books. They weren't bad,but there was nothing new about them, nothing that caught my eye and made it sparkle. I had forgotten the names of half of the ancillary characters within two days of finishing the last book, and that's not a good sign.
Gif unrelated.
#75 - zhooker (09/24/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Battle Royale did it better. I actually cared about the characters and it felt relateable since it was based in modern times instead of some dystopian future where everyone has weird haircuts and dresses flamboyantly... Or was that the 80's? ... Or is that now? Nevermind... The Hunger Games just feels so cheap and bland. There's some pretty decent cinematography, i'll give it that, but I watch movies as a form of escapism, to forget about my life by immersing myself into someone else's who's life is far more interesting than my own, not to look at pretty pictures.
/rant
User avatar #102 to #101 - taokami (09/24/2013) [-]
Hunger Games was utter **** anyway. I mean come one, why send kinds when you could send fully grown adults into the killing field? In Battle Royale I could understand, because it was a school, but in Hunger Games, thy had the whole country to work with. And a raffle? seriously? ******* christ, it's just so stupid. 1/10, would not watch again.
User avatar #44 - KayRed (09/24/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Book Katniss was annoying as **** . My girl Jennifer made that character likable.
User avatar #124 to #49 - KayRed (09/24/2013) [-]
My whole thing with it is this. Katniss is written in a first person perspective, which some times is good, especially if the major conflict in the story is internal, but it's not an internal conflict (at least not the major conflict). What you end up having is a character from the middle of nowhere, in a world she does not understand; to her, everything is amazing, but of course she can't explain it, so it's boring to the reader. It would be like if Lord of the Rings was written as a first person from Frodo's perspective and Gandalf never went with him.
User avatar #125 - shieldanvil (09/24/2013) [-]
Yeah... Not even close to the main point of that story.
User avatar #122 - chitownbrownie (09/24/2013) [-]
battle royale?
User avatar #120 - Awesomecarrot (09/24/2013) [-]
Missing the point though
#3 - noteventrying (09/23/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Who is she?
User avatar #82 to #3 - kawai ONLINE (09/24/2013) [-]
Willow Shields
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