Differences Between The Hunger Games Movie And Movie

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The Hunger Game is one of the most popular young adult novel series rivaling Harry Potter and Twilight. As the first of its film adaptations was just released in March 2012, readers and audiences have been pleasantly surprised at this fresh, dynamic, young female protagonist. The Hunger Games are an "entertainment" tool for the Capitol (the fictional country of Panem 's government), and a device used as a punishment to the work-force population mainly inhabiting the 12 Districts of Panem, reminding all of the people of the grand rebellion that all Districts some time ago led against the Capitol, and lost the fight, resulting in the loss of District 13. The Hunger Games film captures much of the main story – but there are still numerous differences …show more content…
On the other hand, the film shows Katniss finding a mocking jay at a rummage sale on the day of the reaping. The mocking jay pin is the key point to the rebellion in The Hunger Games series, and film didn’t capture the whole meaning to the mocking jay. The pin is explained to be a subtle dig at The Capitol, as Mockingjays were the comical result of a bio-genetic spying program that the general public gradually became aware of and used against the …show more content…
In the book, blood streams from Katniss’ ear, leaving her permanently deaf in her left ear. She doesn’t regain hearing until the Capitol fixes her with a replacement aid after winning The Hunger Games. In the last arena scene in the book, the mutts attack Katniss and Peeta. Peeta almost slips off the Cornucopia when the mutts pull at his leg, and causes a huge gash on his leg. The Capitol is forced to amputate Peeta’s leg due to the amount of blood he lost and replaces it with a metal prosthetic leg. The movie shows Peeta not getting injured that bad, and it’s a big difference because throughout the book Peeta is supposed to appear

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