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T’Cha Dunlevy Has Seen Catching Fire and Describes It in “Catching Fire”

In response to T'Cha Dunlevy’s 614‑word review of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on Montreal Gazette 

http://www.montrealgazette.com/entertainment/Movie+review+Hunger+Games+Catching+Fire/9190463/story.html

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How long has it been since your last campfire storytelling session? T‘Cha Dunlevy has a special treat for you with the incredibly poor critique but amazingly awesome description that is “Movie Review—The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (with video).” The work is perfect for bedtime reading so find a scented candle and get cozy.

Understand that Catching Fire comes with video. Dunlevy not only delivers with a basic summary, but also allows one to physically see what happens in the film. Perhaps a deep critique will be delivered for the next installment, however the critic appears to want the reader to process the basics of the story without forcing too much analysis on them. It’s an honorable move, which may lead Dunlevy to be known as “The Review Whisperer.”

Structure and style highlight Catching Fire, and Dunlevy does a fantastic job of laying out basic information without focusing too much on the concept of critique. The critic simply states that “familiar faces abound” when it comes to the supporting cast, and lets the reader know that actors are in the film.

The storytelling of T‘Cha Dunlevy is most scary in Catching Fire when addressing the performance of Jennifer Lawrence. One will discover that she “carries the film,” and the critic makes sure to not distract from his mega-description by overwhelming the reader with original thoughts.

Catching Fire is a fantastic description of a film.    

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