Now that "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" has been in theaters for a couple of weeks, the ridiculous crowds have died down, and you can finally reach the concession stands at movie theaters in less than an hour, taking a look back and discussing how horrendous it really is seems like an absolute must. The blockbuster sequel broke the November box office record with a whopping $158.1 million opening weekend and has made over $352 million domestically and over $336 million overseas for a grand total of nearly $679 million to date. "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" documents 75 years of The Hunger Games or Quarter Quell as a battle royal of epic proportions is set in motion featuring the winners from the previous Hunger Games. Put a quarter in the slot, boys and girls. This dismal ride lasts for two and a half hours and drags you along the tracks of redundancy.
December 13, 2013