- Actors: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks
- Directors: Gary Ross
- Format: DTS Surround Sound, Letterboxed
- Language: Hindi
- Number of discs: 2
- Rated: U/A (Parental Guidance)
- Studio: Big Music
- Product Release Date: 19 Aug 2012
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
- ASIN: B0094QY9LC
The Hunger Games (Hindi)
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Based on the novel by Suzanne Collins, directed by Gary Ross and starring Academy Award winner Jennifer Lawrence, the Hunger Games movie is the action movie of choice for young adults. The story is based in a dystopian world, where, North America is divided into 12 poor districts, and ruled over by a very rich, powerful Capitol. As punishment for a past rebellion, every district has to send two pubescent 'tributes' every year, all of whom will battle to the death in an arena, while being watched by a live audience. As Primrose Everdeen is picked to be tribute, her sister, Katniss (Lawrence) volunteers to fight and possibly die in her stead. Along with the other tribute, Peeta Malark (Josh Hutcherson), Katniss embarks on her journey to the capital where the games are to be held.
With such a dramatic start, the Hunger Games 2012 does not let you down. At the capital, they train along with the other tributes, as well as their mentor Haymitch Abernathy (played by Woody Harrelson) and learn the skills that will help them survive in the game. Katniss and Peeta develop an uneasy friendship, while confronting their feelings for each other, as well as the likelihood of their impending deaths. The games in the hunger games full movie are full of action packed scenes, filled with drama, as well as tact, which lead up to an amazing story and thrilling narrative. Not for the faint of heart, the hunger games movie 2012 also features the inimitable Katniss Everdeen who is caught between survival in the game as well as a silent rebellion against the Capitol who enjoys watching youngsters kill each other. Dubbed in Hindi, this movie is an excellent choice for anyone who loves action and a good female role model.
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This chilling premise is at the center of "The Hunter Games," a brilliant, powerful movie adapted from the first book of Suzanne Collins' bestselling trilogy. It's a slow-burning thriller twined with some barbed satire (reality TV!) and an oppressive government -- but at heart, it's an uplifting story about a young woman fighting to be free.
Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) lives in the impoverished District 12, hunting food to provide for her mother and her beloved little sister Prim (Willow Shields). But on the day of the reaping, Prim is selected. And Katniss does something no one else has done -- she volunteers to go instead. Along with the male tribute, Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson), she is swept away to the Capitol.
Once there, the tributes are pampered, tutored, styled and turned into celebrities -- until they're released into the arena, and start killing each other to survive. Katniss must evade murderous gangs, traps, and genetically engineered beasts.
But because Peeta publicly declared his love for Katniss, the audience has taken a shine to the impoverished young "lovers" and are rooting for them to triumph. But if both Katniss and Peeta are to survive, they must learn how to play the game that the gamemakers and polticians are playing -- and use the Hunger Games against them.
I'm not sure why so many people compare "The Hunger Games" to the Twilight movies, because it literally has everything that "Twilight" does not. It has plenty of action, adventure, a subtle romance, and some barbed social commentary -- and it has a raw, passionate quality that easily matches its strong-willed heroine.
The movie also shows us what a rotten place Panem is, whether it's the sleek, colorful superficiality of the Capitol or the faded squalor of District 12. But "Hunger Games" is at its best when it's in the forests of the arena -- there's a primal, wild quality to Katniss' adventures there, tempered with tenderer moments (such as when she cares for the gravely wounded Peeta).
The romance with Peeta is also refreshingly uncliched, leaving the audience unsure of how much of their love was for the audience's benefit (although we glimpse some flickers of real love between them). The biggest problems are that a lot of the violence seems rather toned down, and the shakycam becomes rather annoying at times.
But Jennifer Lawrence does an excellent job bringing Katniss to life, imbuing her with strength, fear, brains and a fiery temper -- exactly what the "girl on fire" needs to have. Josh Hutcherson is equally good as Peeta, and there are a string of great performances by Woody Harrelson, Stanley Tucci, Lenny Kravitz, Elizabeth Banks and Amandla Stenberg. There's a lot of passion in even the minor actors' performances.
"The Hunger Games" successfully mingles dystopian sci-fi, romance and a tale of rebellion, giving us a brilliantly raw, passionate movie. A must-see.
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