March 27, 2012
thenewrepublic:
Does ‘The Hunger Games’ live up to the hype?"The phenomenon of The Hunger Games is depressing just because you can’t feel its $90 million on the screen, yet we’re overwhelmed by the gold rush of its revenue.””- David Thomson, Why I Hate ‘The Hunger Games’Photo Courtesy of Photobucket

Exactly. So glad to see a critic actually, you know, critique.

thenewrepublic:

Does ‘The Hunger Games’ live up to the hype?

"The phenomenon of The Hunger Games is depressing just because you can’t feel its $90 million on the screen, yet we’re overwhelmed by the gold rush of its revenue.””

- David Thomson, Why I Hate ‘The Hunger Games’

Photo Courtesy of Photobucket

Exactly. So glad to see a critic actually, you know, critique.

  1. naysayersspeak reblogged this from thenewrepublic and added:
    This review of Hunger Games, by David Thomson, really pissed me off. It pissed me off because it assumes that for action...
  2. inbedwithbooks reblogged this from aaknopf and added:
    I agree with many things David Thompson says, although I enjoyed the movie. I thought Jennifer Lawrence’s reserve was...
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  4. annadevries reblogged this from thenewrepublic and added:
    Does ‘The Hunger Games’ live up to the hype? "The phenomenon of The Hunger Games is depressing just because you can’t...
  5. nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident reblogged this from aaknopf and added:
    Wonder what he thought of the Twilight movies.
  6. aaknopf reblogged this from thenewrepublic and added:
    Normally, I wouldn’t recommend an article entitled “Why I Hate [Popular Thing X],” but David Thomson is one of the...
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