catching fire

“When you’re going through something that’s a little bit harder, you kind of want to listen to something that makes you feel
The general consensus is that "The Hunger Games: Caching Fire" was quite a bit better than the franchise's first film installment
Jennifer Lawrence is the queen of Hollywood. As Lionsgate announced on Friday, Lawrence's blockbuster "Hunger Games" film
I find that women warrior figures starkly highlight current ongoing conversations, with an overdue need for far more balanced media depictions and fluid understandings of gender.
So, for all of you who don't have a Jennifer Lawrence Google alert set up already, we give you a roundup of her most lovable moments of the past year.
"The Great Gatsby" Recent winners in the category include "Les Misérables," "The Iron Lady," "The Wolfman" and "The Curious
25. When she told Glamour that she hates exercising. 30. And this one. 13. When we learned how much she likes pizza. 26. When
Given my previous experience, I walked into the 8 p.m. showing of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire last night with low expectations. To my delighted surprise, 30 minutes into the film, I was sure that this movie would live up to everything I wanted it to be.
If Katniss has to "choose" Peeta or Gale, she will have to give up doing gender in this splendid, and, dare I say, feminist and queer way in order to "fit" into her and her "girlfriend's" or "boyfriend's" relationship. Now imagine a world in which Katniss wouldn't have to choose.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" set new records for Thanksgiving weekend ticket sales, and the film can thank its dedicated