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The Hunger Games franchise, including the books and films is an irresistable, very strong must read and must see series. The idea one gets of the Panem universe by watching the films after reading the books is absolutely great and I can recommend everyone to do both!
The film definitely has a Burton feel, and gives a powerful impression of the world described by Riggs' books. Though it's confusing that characters are swapped in comparison to the trilogy, it definitely adds to the story.
It's impressive how Streep performs in this film in the role of Margaret Thatcher. The film gives an interesting view on Thatcher herself, famous and notorious for her politics, though the storyline isn't as compelling as one might think it would be.
This film is definitely a touching film, with the strong duo of Mirren and Sutherland. The story can be a little predictable, but lovely to watch if you are in the mood of watching a not too heavy, but relatable and human film. I certainly liked it!