This is a movie that makes you believe in revolution. [Read more…]
Shouldn’t the headline be: “Of the 140k that saw The Hunger Games, ten are racist?”
Or, “Nation tells the racist .07% of Hunger Games Fans that Racism is Not OK?” [Read more…]
My friend Nell Minnow responds. [Read more…]
It seems “The Hunger Games” is a bit of a Rorschach test for people politically. Do the districts represent #Occupy protesters? Ayn Rand workers oppressed by their government? Fodder for meaningless wars? Or something more? [Read more…]
Plus, the new Home Viewing options this week (hint: It’s time to play the music, it’s time to light the lights!) [Read more…]
From Jenmania to nail polish, we’ve got you covered. [Read more…]
The film is intentionally and unbendingly anti-war as any grey-ponytailed UC Berkeley professor, and yet its best moments come when it makes a case for violent revolution against injustice. [Read more…]
A primer on the big new thing in the tween and teen set. [Read more…]
First in War.
First in Peace.
First in Young Adult Literature. [Read more…]
Is there other news in the world besides “The Hunger Games?”
I didn’t think so. [Read more…]