The Starving Games

The Starving Games

A spoof movie that references The Hunger Games, The Avengers, Sherlock Holmes, and the Harry Potter saga.

In this Hunger Games spoof, Kantmiss Evershot must fight for her life in the 75th annual Starving Games, where she could also win an old ham, a coupon for a foot-long sub, and a partially eaten pickle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sarah C (ca) wrote: I was half watching this while pottering around the flat, not really paying much attention other than to think "gorgeous scenery" a number of times. This is clearly not the best way to watch a subtitled film but it's fairly easy to follow a road trip, so I didn't feel that disadvantaged. Their arrival at the old friend's village was very amusing - worth watching just for that if nothing else.

Thomas A (fr) wrote: After a while, the content of the movie gets repetitive and stale, since this is among the very last sequels of all. However, if a dude is looking for a crude humour for a weekend with fellow dudes, then this movie should suffice.

Jenny O (gb) wrote: Like the Texas Chainsaw Massacre with extreme gore....i had to look away in parts!

AndrClaude L (gb) wrote: Well, that was... peculiar. We're not sure where this is all going, but what's certain is, even though One-Eye does not speak, he is still a deep character that knows what he's doing.

Liam C (mx) wrote: This really wasn't what I expected at all, but after watching it, I don't really remember what I thought it would be. Into the Blue is a nice little movie with a fine cast and beautiful visuals.This is a strange little movie, it starts off as just a fun time of these people doing fun things and after some time has passed the story kicks in, a story that I honestly wasn't expecting from this, especially after how long it takes for it to start. The plot goes somewhere that it didn't need to but considering that it did, I enjoyed where it went and it had me interested. I am glad that it didn't turn into some generic slasher flick or something where horrible things happen to the leads for some reason. That might sound like an odd thing to say but for some reason I was anticipating that happening. The movie looks absolutely beautiful, the underwater scenes are crisp and full of color and the shots above the water look great too. The camera frequently pans over the environments and it looks great, especially at sunset. The music was good and it fit the feel of the movie. I liked the cast too, they were all well chosen, played their parts well and were interesting to watch. Seeing Josh Brolin certainly was strange, seeing his name in the opening credits was a double take moment and he doesn't appear to be in it much at first, he's in one scene for a few minutes but it all comes full circle in the end. It also has some funny moments. The problems are mainly the pacing and the friends of the lead characters. While it never lagged or felt slow, there is no reason for this film to be nearly 2 hours long. True that the end credits are five minutes and that shortens the movie but take out some of the scenes at the start of not much happening and tighten it up a bit and it would have been stronger. There is a scene in a nightclub and that could have been taken out, for example, it's just there fill up time and has some unbearable shaky cam. It's because of this that when the story finally does happen it feels strange, the movie up to that point was all fun and games and then this serious storyline comes in with people dying in it, it was odd at first but like I said, I enjoyed it. The friends of Alba and Walker's characters in the movie are the reason that everything goes wrong. They weren't bad characters to the point of me hating their existence because they had some funny lines and had some development to them but they were just annoying because everything that went bad was their fault. Walker's character just seems to go along with it because the script says he does, yeah, he gives a reason for why he is doing what he is doing but considering how high the stakes are, it doesn't seem worth it. The only character with any sense was Alba's who knew that everything was going to go wrong and said that she didn't want a part of it and she actually gets to kick some ass, which is awesome. There is also a part where they have to go and get something for someone but we see earlier in the movie that they ripped up one of the things they needed to get and it never gets brought up again. Overall, it's a very different movie from what it might look like and I was pleasantly surprised by it, it looked beautiful and kept me interested to see what they would find under the water next. With a few more edits and a little bit more development of what's going on, it could have been better but for what it is, it's fine. If it came on TV one night, I don't think you'd feel like you wasted your time if you watched it.

Brett A (gb) wrote: This was a pretty good movie. I guess that is not much to have to say - but that's all I got...

Nakishma R (ru) wrote: I enjoyed this movie whole heartedly.. the Steppin', the Family feuding, the The Emotions, fridnship turning to love, love turned to hate, Love hidden by Hate and so.. DRAMA non-stop!

Greg N (de) wrote: I'd been told that this movie wasn't all that great and my my were they ever wrong. It's an amazingly creepy plot when you figure out what's happened.

Eric R (kr) wrote: Another masterpiece by Alain Robbe-Grillet deals a lot with memory. This film is extremely hypnotic and is obviously draws a lot from Magritte's surrealist painting. Oh and the black clad woman on the motorcycle just gives me the creeps.

Sue B (es) wrote: I just can't get behind a girl like Gilda.

Hrant B (us) wrote: Edward Scissorhands is Tim Burton's first collaboration with Johnny Depp. The storyline is similar to Frankenstein with a good supporting cast. It was a fun awkward script with funky colored houses and weird shaped hair cuts much like Stepford Wives. I would definitely recommend this movie.

Steve S (kr) wrote: The first of the series is still the best.

Peter F (us) wrote: A chamber piece of a road movie, that performs a minor miracle: We witness two men do very little for a brief running time, let it feels like we've known these characters are whole lives.

Andrew M (gb) wrote: There may not be any independent film more important than Reservoir Dogs. It's a small little film that shows so much talent from Quentin Tarantino in his feature-film directing debut. Despite it's potentially loud and chaotic premise, following a botched robbery and the tense aftermath between the team of robbers, told in a non-linear manner no less, Tarantino tells this story with a quiet sense of nuance. It's essentially all dialogue, as the group of robbers try to find out how their robbery went wrong and figure out who a potential police informant, which really highlights Tarantino's strong writing that's chock-full of fast conversations and profanity. It's mostly set in one location, which keeps things constrained but never boring. Tarantino gets great performances from his cast, ranging from Steve Buscemi and Harvey Keitel to Tim Roth and Michael Madsen all filling their roles perfectly. It's a hard film to truly describe in any way other than brilliant, setting the stage for one of the most promising voices in filmmaking.