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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #10 on: November 18, 2011, 03:27:13 pm »

karena Katniss dong :P :P

Gale ngekhianatin Katniss? ah itu pun hal baik kok. Baca aja deh, gw takut spoiler hehehe

I love spoiler, mana ada gw tulis ditret gw buat "spoiler alert" hahaha. gw anti spoiler klo serial TV, tapi klo movie, no problemo. trus mer, lu kecewa kagak dengan pilihan Katniss? gw ingetnya di twilight lu team-nya si Taylor bukan ye.

wah ada yg udah buat thread THG, ini salah satu novel favorit gw. Trailernya keren, ada yg asyik rumpi berdua doank  [hmpfh]


lah, kagak ada yg mau masuk, jd gw sama mer doank yg rumpi2an *pas nulis ini kepikiran lumpia, trus ke mpek2 kapal selam palembang, laper*

Peeta lebih ke defense, karena itu dia tidak digambarkan alpha male atau tipe pemimpin, tapi gw malah suka karaker dia, menurut gw dia lebih tactical & pemikir, kalau soal Peeta di Mockingjay, no comment deh, ntar malah spoi lagi.


uh uh uh, gw apa aja lah, asal Josh jangan kebagian lame duck.

Bagaimanapun juga yg membuat film itu bagus atau bernyawa selain cerita juga akting pemain, bukan penampilan fisik, hehehe, penampilan fisik juga penting, tapi dengan kecanggihan make up dan visual effect, bisa di akalin.


benar sekali, makanya di hollywood fisik menjadi no.2 ngak seperti Asia (korea terutama, wajah dulu, ntar akting belakang) (inget artis indonesia jg si').

Tapi setelah gw pikir2, JL tuh kalau akting sejauh ini ngga mengecewakan, penuh totalitas, dan soal fisik, yah ada make up artist yg bisa handle make over mereka. Dan setelah liat trailernya, gw malah susah aktris lain meranin Katniss selain JL

gw mempertimbangkan Ronan, mungkin karena liat gerakan rapuh, lincah, innocent dan deadly dia di "Hanna"
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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #11 on: November 20, 2011, 10:53:02 pm »

BTW, gw ada pernah buat blog soal cast lain di Hunger Games, selain JL, JH & LH

http://www.lautanindonesia.com/blog/goodsunday/blog/15298/the-hunger-games-movie-cast-part-2

@jibril : ngga juga, fisik juga nomor 1 di hollywood, disana botox dan plastic surgery tuh juga banyak. Cuma sekiranya mereka lebih untuk kalangan artis dan socialite yg biasa tampil di media. Kalau Korea emang parah, orang awam yg bukan di industri hiburan juga oplasan (eh ini jadi OOT)

Ronan emang seumuran ama usia tokoh Katniss (16 tahun) tapi kehidupan Katniss yg serba susah dan sulit lebih cocok diperankan oleh artis yg lebih tua.

Iya sih, kenapa bukan Ludwig aja yg peranin Gale, malah Hemsworth, tapi ngga nyangka juga kalau pemeran Cato cakep (jadi mau dukung distrik 2) [hmpfh]

Tapi Ludwig cocoklah jadi Cato, soal sorot mata dia dingin. Cocok buat peserta karir.

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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2011, 01:15:11 pm »

Arnity, upload foto2 donk mengenai hunger games *gw lagi males nyari neh hehehehe*
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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #13 on: December 26, 2011, 02:01:28 pm »

pengen nonton karena ada Josh Hutcherson  [bigwink]
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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #14 on: January 05, 2012, 01:57:27 am »

buku terjemahannya muncul d indo aj gw dah lgsung beli.pasti bakal gw tonton ni film

sayang pemeran gale knp harus dia y? --"
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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #15 on: March 25, 2012, 07:57:34 pm »

'Hunger Games' will satisfy book fans' appetites
By Scott Bowles, USA TODAY

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Like the select participants of its savage sport, The Hunger Games (* * * stars out of four, PG-13, opens Friday) stands triumphant, if scarred and a bit wobbly from the contest.

Based on the first installment of Suzanne Collins' popular trilogy, Games will thrill book fans, who have been waiting since the 2008 novel hit shelves to see their teenage athletes embodied (even if they are watered down for a PG-13 rating). Those unfamiliar with the title should find Games a solid piece of action.

Director Gary Ross (Pleasantville) hews as closely to the novel as he can in a 2½-hour movie. Games hurries us to Panem, the fractured nation that rose in the ashes of an unspecified cataclysm.

Like a lot of Hollywood futures, this one is dystopian, though with a capital DYS: To keep Panem's 12 impoverished districts in order, the government holds annual Hunger Games in which a boy and girl from each district are chosen by lottery to fight to the death on prime-time TV.

Games shines brightest in its choice for 16-year-old heroine Katniss Everdeen, played with a beautiful steeliness by Jennifer Lawrence, an Oscar nominee for 2010's Winter's Bone.

Whether she picked it up shooting Bone or has it inherently, Lawrence possesses a striking blend of survivalist toughness and juvenile vulnerability. Lawrence convinces as a teen clumsy at love but adept with a bow and arrow.

She uses weapons aplenty here. Although the film excises the sexuality of Collins' book, it doesn't shy from showing kids beating each other to death with bricks. Nothing is too graphic, as filmmakers skirted as closely as they could to an R rating. But parents may want to heed the 13-year-old cutoff.

Games does a compelling job portraying the oppressed, too. The Capitol, home of the wildly wigged privileged classes, plays in jarring contrast to district life, which makes the Great Depression look like salad days.

Twilight, this isn't: While both franchises feature a love triangle and lethal kids, Games relies more on bloodlust than sexual lust. And for the most part, it works. Elizabeth Banks and Stanley Tucci get to chew scenery as unctuous officials happy to see casualties mount. Woody Harrelson plays an appealing Haymitch Abernathy, the hard-drinking mentor who once hacked his way to victory and has Katniss' back.

The film's failings aren't entirely its own making. In trying to match the novel's myriad cast, Games paints a raft of characters it can't support, leaving deaths that should be heartrending more as a pause in the action. And while Katniss and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) are emotionally layered in the novel, here they are simpler souls, two-thirds of a rickety love triangle.

None of this will matter, of course, to Hunger-lings, particularly those with reasonable expectations. The action is brisk, the acting is solid, and barring an unlikely failure at the box office, a franchise is born. Let the games begin.


David Edelstein, New York Magazine
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Movie Review: The Slick Hunger Games Purges All the Horror


The audience at Monday’s packed preview of The Hunger Games came out juiced and happy, ready to spread the good word, while all I could think was, They’ve just seen a movie in which twenty-plus kids are murdered. Why aren’t they devastated? If the filmmakers had done their job with any courage, the audience would have been both juiced and devastated.

Like millions of others, from preteens to fogeys, I found the first of Suzanne Collins’s The Hunger Games novels smashingly well-written and deeply upsetting: I was shaking when I put it down, haunted both by the carnage and my own complicity in rooting for the deaths of the children trying to kill the heroine, Katniss Everdeen. The book and its two sequels are set in an unspecified future in which a country — presumably the former United States — is divided into twelve fenced-off districts many miles apart. Each year, to remind people of its limitless power, a totalitarian government holds a lottery to select two children per district to participate in a killing ritual televised to the masses, complete with pregame ceremonies and beauty-pageant-style interviews. Out of 24 children, only one will live. And we pray it will be Katniss, who volunteers for the games — unprecedentedly — in place of her little sister, the lottery “winner.”

Both the novel and its obvious inspiration, the shocking Japanese film Battle Royale, are cruel as well as kicky: When a child dies, we breathe a sigh of relief that the good guys have one less adversary, but we rarely go, “Yes!” We feel revulsion for this evil ritual and the system that holds it in place, for the government that believes the surest way to guarantee obedience is the sacrifice of children. But if the movie’s director, Gary Ross, has qualms about kids killing kids he doesn’t share them with the audience. The murders onscreen are quick and, apart from a mean girl stung to death by wasps, clean. The cutting is so fast that you can hardly see what’s happening, which has already won Ross praise for his restraint, his tastefulness. Tasteful child-killing! In spite of the body count, the rating is PG-13. Think about it: If Ross had made the murders agonizing and tragic — truly horrifying — he’d likely have gotten an R. But by taking the sting out of death, he has a made a slaughterfest for the whole family. With the exception of one egregiously adorable character, no one is even mourned or missed.

Ross’s penchant is for showbiz satire, a pleasant enough approach in Pleasantville but ruinous in Seabiscuit, in which a great book about the torturous underbelly of horse racing became a lame, movie-ish period piece. His approach to The Hunger Games is hackish and dimwitted. From the first scene on, the film is all shaky close-ups, so you rarely have a chance to take in the space, and the editing is so fast (three angles when one will do) that you can barely focus. (There were times I wished Katniss would turn her arrow on the camera operator.) As Katniss’s dissolute mentor Haymitch, a former Hunger Games champ, Woody Harrelson has no chance to establish a comic rhythm — or, more important, disgust at the system he’s now a party to. The book’s most fascinating, mercurial character, the costume designer Cinna, is now a blandly nice guy played by the agreeable but dull non-actor Lenny Kravitz.

Watching The Hunger Games, I was struck both by how slickly Ross hit his marks and how many opportunities he was missing to take the film to the next level — to make it more shocking, lyrical, crazy, daring. A highlight of the book is how Cinna uses his showbiz savvy to make the reluctant Katniss — who can’t conceal her loathing of the decadence and inhumanity of the conspicuously consumptive District 1 — a star, the center of the pre–Hunger Games pageant. But in the movie her entrance in a costume that’s literally in flames is so poorly framed you can’t savor her triumph. Ross throws away what could be a startling image of child warriors rising out of tubes to face one another in a semicircle, each knowing that he or she might have seconds to live. The novel’s most unnerving detail, that a pack of man-eating synthetic mutts have the eyes of murdered children, is inexplicably left out: Now they're just generic beasts.

The Hunger Games has two great assets: the score by James Newton Howard, which manages to be at once thrilling and plaintive, and the Katniss of Jennifer Lawrence. The actress is not a conventionally chiseled Hollywood ingenue or a trained action star. But there’s a steadiness in her blue eyes that makes her riveting. She brings the same grim self-containment to Katniss that she had as Ree Dolly in Winter’s Bone — and she looks mighty good with a bow and arrow. Without words, Lawrence makes it clear that Katniss’s task is not merely to stay alive but to hold on to her humanity at all costs.

A few other actors register in spite of the speed-freak editing. Josh Hutcherson has a strong, sorrowful countenance as Katniss’s fellow District 12 contestant Peeta, and there are fun performances by Stanley Tucci in a blue bouffant as a talk-show host; Wes Bentley in a manicured, black-fungus beard as the Games' high-tech coordinator; and Donald Sutherland in a white mane as the demonic lion of a president. I liked the cutting back and forth between Katniss and the Hunger Games control room, where contestants are monitored and special effects — fireballs, rampaging dog monsters — are devised and dispatched. (The book is told from Katniss’s perspective, so we’re not privy to the government’s machinations.) Shots of Katniss running through the woods, the canopy of trees above her streaking by, evoke her heightened fight-or-flight instincts — one of the few instances in which Ross’s visual strategy suits the characters’ emotions.

Back to the audience: satisfied, buzzing. The Hunger Games is likely to break box-office records, and I have no doubt the majority of its audience will like it and love (for good reason) Jennifer Lawrence. But where is the pervasive, lingering sense of loss? Where is the horror? Maybe the true horror is how easily the movie goes down.

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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #16 on: March 26, 2012, 02:25:08 am »

kalo gak baca majalah, gue gak tau kalo Isabelle Fuhrman ikut main dimari..gue udah ntn THG cuma gak ngenalin doi
kalo Alexander Ludwig, gue emg gak ngenalin sih

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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #17 on: March 30, 2012, 06:23:34 pm »

ternyata mere jg merinding disko y waktu katniss teriak dia yg ganttin adeknya jd tribute? sumpah itu bikin bulu kuduk gw merinding ga th knp.DL ost nya dmn y? DL suara mockingjay nya dmn y? dah sk bukunya sejak 2009 keluar terjemahannya d tmpat krja gw n buku pertama yg gw presentasiin d breafing pagi tmpt krja
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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #18 on: April 02, 2012, 04:18:55 pm »

iya sama...waktu dia mau gantiin adeknya jadi tribute..akting jennifer keren, sampe kebawa perasaan. suka banget ama filmnya, padahal blom baca bukunya tapi karena uda nonton filmnya, jadi langsung borong semua novelnya. kerenlah akting jennifer lawrence, tapi agak kurang suka sih yang jadi peeta si josh itu walo emang cute mukanya...hehehe..adegan saling oles obat di goa..so sweet...pokoknya adegan di goa itu bikin senyum2 dan lucu buat penonton di bioskop..
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Re: [March 23, 2012]THE HUNGER GAMES trilogy
« Reply #19 on: April 09, 2012, 09:53:39 am »

join...

ok, dapet kado bukunya akhir 2011, dianggurin krn ga terlalu suka yg futuristik, gloomy n berdarah2 aga ngingetin ma battle royale yg harus slg bunuh buat bertahan idup, dan tentu saja ga tau bakal dibuat film *halah, kemana aja yak*

tp pas pertama liat trailernya, terpesona liat josh/peeta & emosi di mata JL pas scene ngegantiin adeknya, dan lgsg lari bongkar2 rak buku u/ menemukan buku THG yg mojok sendiri belom dibuka bungkusnya dan lgsg kalap baca sebelum pilemnya keluar,, emmm tinggal mockingjay niy yg belom dibaca krn belom dibeli :D

huaa langsung fell in lop dahhhh ma katniss n peeta... i'm definitely Team Peeta, krn buat aku krn taktik dia yg memungkinkan mereka buat bertahan ampe akhir... walo emg he's kind of damsel-in-distress-type-of-guy yg harus diselametin, bukan nyelametin hehee

ttg castnya sendiri, liat JL awalnya biasa bgt, tp makin kesini niy cewek makin cantik aja, bener2 keliatan rapuh,emosional tp tangguh abis, she's truly Badass, going to root her from now on...

JH jgn ditanya deh, love him since Little manhattan, pas buat jdi peeta yg loveable, damsel-in-distress-but-tactical-type, team peeta dehh..

LH, ga tau siy ga pernah liat aktingnya di pilem laen, tp aga kurang cool dgn bayangan aku soal gale di bukunya,, yg malah cool si cato yak, sebenernya bukan bayangan cato kyk dibuku siy menurutku, dlm bayanganku cato itu kyk cowo2 gede badan doang tp ternyata ohh so much better in the movie...

cast yg laen, cocok2 aja...

yak sekian pendapat saya.... JL is really badass [thumbsup]
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