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Chris Bumbray Has Got It Goin’ on in “Catching Fire”

In response to Chris Bumbray’s 812‑word review of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire on JoBlo's Movie Emporium

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Chris Bumbray produces a highly-likable creation with the entertaining  “Review: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” The personal tone will surely make one feel warm inside and feel connected with the critic’s viewing experience.

The visuals of Catching Fire are beautiful. Bumbray brings The Big K to the body of the text, and a strong banner welcomes the reader. The opening meter is a nice touch, and the identification of “plot” and “review” helps the intelligence-challenged reader.

Bumbray serves up a little context for the audience in Catching Fire, and eases them along with gentle writing. The supreme care for the reader is absolutely moving. J-Law fans will be pleased by the full paragraph devoted to the actress, and the critic bolsters the quality of his review with radiant insight and respect for the lead.

Chris Bumbray concludes Catching Fire with a couple paragraphs devoted to the supporting cast. It’s an honorable move, and readers will undoubtedly appreciate the fine crafting of the work. The critic offers reflections on the smaller performers, but also produces a respectable amount of Phillip Seymour Hoffman which is a bonus in any review.

Catching Fire is an enjoyable read, and Bumbray shows amazing potential for the future with a great layout and precision writing.    

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