Hunger Games review and comparison

So after the midnight showing of The Hunger Games , I was walking through a clearly energetic crowd as I made way to the exit.  General consensus and the vibe I got was that people were pleased, even so I often picked up people making comments about differences from the book that the movie just didn’t get right, or did not get at all.  Now I know everything doesn’t relate to the big screen – especially with a book written in first person – but even so, I couldn’t help but agree.  Add in that I literally just finished the book a few days ago, I figured I would do a comparison.  If you haven’t read the book or seen the movie, expect some spoilers

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