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Mockingjay Review

Closing my eyes doesn’t help. Fire burns brighter in the darkness. Katniss Everdeen, p. 210

Today I finished Suzanne Collins’Mockingjay.” As I mentioned before, I needed some closure so I couldn’t just put this…

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‘The Hunger Games’: A look into the adaptation trend, Part II

I’ve seen a lot of bad adaptations in my day. I’ve also seen several good ones. One of the most important things that make good film adaptations is their ability in being able to accurately translate the source material to the film medium. 931 more words

Summer Kist

You’re Not Good Enough Book Tag

Tonight I was scouring the internet looking for February’s book tag when I stumbled across this incredibly fun looking one on DreamlandBookBlog. The premise involves writing down 30 character names on pieces of paper, putting them in a bowl/cup/jar/black hole, and then choosing two at random for every question. 762 more words

General Musings

Review: Passengers

Modern sci-fi (especially in space) typically has an epic, grandiose feel to it, something that ‘Passengers’ justifiably captures at points with its crisis-ridden spaceship zooming through the universe. 214 more words


My Funko's

I really thought Funko’s were very ugly when I just found out about them to be honest. I didn’t get why people would collect them, because people from series all look the same. 478 more words


‘The Hunger Games’: A look into the adaptation trend, Part I

The Hunger Games was a wildly successful book series that moved to the big screen in 2012. The equally successful film series grossed over $755 million in the box office, each of the movies ranking within the top 50 biggest opening weekends. 306 more words

Summer Kist

100 Films @ 10: Favourite Film Series

Once upon a time, sequels were very much a lesser thing, and making more of them only made things worse. Nowadays we’re almost at the opposite extreme: first movies are routinely designed as setup for the better sequel, and never-ending franchises are all the rage. 1.886 more words