The Starving Games Reviews
Do I recommend it not really a movie that does not keep all your attention and you can have a nap in the middles of is not that great.
The Hunger Games has got to be the biggest travesty of our generation, and this parody, the scrappy underdog that it is, backs it into a corner and bloodies it up. In the end, the lead-poisoned populace will declare the winner to be The Hunger Games, but the two films know what happened on the battle field. They will both remember who held their ground in spite of all odds and who was valiant only in theory.
Unlike the Hunger Games, this film does not try to deceive you by making you feel like you're the only one intelligent enough to understand its social commentary, nor does it rely on the mass retrograde amnesia that made the world forget about The Running Man, Battle Royale, or Stone Cold Steve Austin's film that also shared this tired old concept. This film is unabashedly sincere. It is not afraid to take it's place in hell.
I implore all of the lonely, all of the oppressed, and all of the underdogs of the world to see this movie. Those who prefer to have the world against them will find solace in this film. It is a beacon of hope in a world that takes mediocrity much too seriously.