The “finale” of the The Hunger Games trilogy-in-four-parts is coming-up soon, and my local cinema screened a marathon of them all. So I figured that as enough justification for reviewing them. The sequel instalment is The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, based on Suzanne Collins’ novel Catching Fire. And this has perhaps the most interesting romance since Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet.
Friday 2nd January 2015 20:00 StreetDance 2 (Jane English) Drama sequel. A streetdancer travels the world to assemble a crew of the world’s best dancers following a humiliating defeat, hoping to win at a competition in Paris. 00:05 Rope (Arthur Laurents) Two young men kill a weak school friend merely for the intellectual thrill of it […]