You’re different. You don’t fit into a category. They can’t control you. They call it Divergent. You can’t let them find out about you. (Tori speaking to Tris). Every week, readers send me their unpopular opinions, and on Unopinionated, I explain why they’re unpopular in the first place. From my inbox:
This week on the podcast, we review The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 and discuss all of your latest entertainment news.
Maria hosts this anniversary episode (we’re now a year old!), where we answer your questions from last week and find out the skinny on Adonis’s love life.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What’s a movie you didn’t like a lot the first time, but loved the more you watched it?
Directed by Francis Lawrence, Mockingjay, Part 2 is the fourth and final installment of the The Hunger Games movie franchise, which kicked off in 2012. I’ve read all three books by Suzanne Collins, but I happen to prefer the film adaptations made by Lionsgate. I think the books were incredibly flawed, both with tone
This week, we talk Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and discuss the HG franchise in general.
It hurts that the third book is already the worst one in the trilogy.
With the Maze Runner coming out, we want to know which Young Adult Book Movie Adaptation is the best. No, it’s not “Twilight.”
When Harry Potter jumped from book to major motion picture, it crossed a cultural threshold that truly shaped the new millennium of not just cinema, but books, television and even theme park rides. We began to demand for stories rich with lovable characters, epic moments and fantastical settings on a mainstream scale,