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Rich Cline Loves His Job in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Movie Review”

In response to Rich Cline’s 391‑word review of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on

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“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Movie Review” by Rich Cline is a truly satisfying, all-encompassing synopsis that embodies the author’s passion for his craft.  

Brief as it may be, Cline packs much into a tight space. He rises to the task admirably and creates a beautiful portrait of intrigue, drama and excitement that will leave the audience on the edge of their office chair (or couch). The colorful embellishments sprinkled throughout this piece, albeit somewhat self-serving, are a delightful addition to the text and add spice to what could have been a mundane retread of old ground. Indeed, instead of following the formula set by his peers, the author goes beyond the recipe of commentary, followed by opinion (rinse, repeat) and blends the two together effortlessly in a lyrical stew that is both stimulating to the mind and satisfying to the soul.

The main thing that sets this work apart from others is the enthusiasm of its creator. Clearly, Cline enjoys his work, and it shows with every alliteration, exemplification, and personification. He entwines it all masterfully with smooth transition that gently guides the reader from one passage to the next. The end comes far too soon, and will no doubt leave the reader hungry for more.

Feast upon this glorious literary banquet! For it is served by a seasoned wordsmith who obviously put much love into preparing it.    

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