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Hunger Games: Book vs. Movie

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Emilee Emamjomeh

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As a best selling trilogy, the movie release of the Hunger Games was highly anticipated among CHS students. However, not everyone was satisfied with the directors interpretation of the book. LL decided to ask students which one they preferred: movie or book?

Chris Phillips, Senior

“The movie because I liked the effects and the way the director portrayed it.”

Jared Marr, Junior

“The movie because I don’t like to read.”

Katrina King, Sophomore

“The book because there was a lot more detail.”

Jordan Phillips, Freshman

“I prefer the book because the movie left out a lot of things that were in the book.”

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