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#1 Serraph105  Online
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Which of these made for the better movie?

Personally, as much as I liked TDKR (and Batman still kicks the most @ss), I have to admit that it let me down on some level. I can't say the same for The Hunger Games. Maybe that's not fair because I didn't have super high expectations for THG, but it didn't just meet my expectation it exceeded them.

Both Great movies, but upon reflection I think I liked The Hunger Games more.

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I keep meaning to watch Hunger Games because I hear good things, but for some reason I can never motivate myself to watch it.
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I enjoyed both films, but Dark Knight Rises was defenitaly the better of the two. Bane was a great villian, but I wonder how he eats? Also Ann Hathaway is so beautiful...

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The Hunger Games had a better story imo, really a metaphor for modern society. Jennifer Lawrence is a amazing as well. TDKR was just more of the same from the trilogy. It had some huge flaws as well.

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I enjoyed both films, but Dark Knight Rises was defenitaly the better of the two. Bane was a great villian, but I wonder how he eats? Also Ann Hathaway is so beautiful...

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I will give you Anne Hathaway. She's my Hollywood crush.
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#6 ShadowMoses900
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The Hunger Games had a better story imo, really a metaphor for modern society. Jennifer Lawrence is a amazing as well. TDKR was just more of the same from the trilogy. It had some huge flaws as well.

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Hunger Games defenitately had more social themes around it, no doubt. But I thought the acting and action was better in TDKR.

BTW I am looking forward to your PM, unless you are done with that conversation.

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Dark Knight Rises ftw. Flawless victory.
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I preferred TDKR. The Hunger games was just 'meh' to me. I was sorely disappointed by the films effects even, didn't seem up to par with any big budget movie.
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#9 Swanogt19
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TDKR
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never seen TDKR. not really into the batman movies.

loved Hunger Games though.

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Hunger Games is awful

It's too feminine for any males to like it and it's too masculine for any females to like it.

Batman win hands down, at least it's written so that it appeals to an audience, not sitting on the fence alienating both sides.

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TDKR. I'm not an angstry teenage girl.

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Hunger Games was a pretty good movie but TDKR was much better imo.
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I'm sorry, but this is a serious thread? The Hunger Games is not even in the same league. Who would vote that over The Dark Knight Rises? It is good, but definitely not that good.

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I'm sorry, but this is a serious thread? The Hunger Games is not even in the same league. Who would vote that over The Dark Knight Rises? It is good, but definitely not that good.

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say what you want, but TDKR had obvious flaws.
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male hero wins
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I'm sorry, but this is a serious thread? The Hunger Games is not even in the same league. Who would vote that over The Dark Knight Rises? It is good, but definitely not that good.

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TDKR sucked big time. =P
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[QUOTE="ShadowMoses900"]

I enjoyed both films, but Dark Knight Rises was defenitaly the better of the two. Bane was a great villian, but I wonder how he eats? Also Ann Hathaway is so beautiful...

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I will give you Anne Hathaway. She's my Hollywood crush.

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The Hunger Games was like watching a horror film where everyone is the dumb one. The acting was horrible coming from all of the "kids". There wasn't a single surprise throughout the story.
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#20 Agent-Zero
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I couldn't sit threw Hunger Games in one sitting, had to split it up. But Jennifer Lawrence is a totally hottie. I give her the edge of Hathaway because she's younger.
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The Dark Knight Rises by far,Jennifer Lawrence was the best thing about The Hunger Games though.

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The Hunger Games was like watching a horror film where everyone is the dumb one. The acting was horrible coming from all of the "kids". There wasn't a single surprise throughout the story. CreasianDevaili

Haha, that is quite an apt description of it actually. The casting was pretty terrible given the context of the story, The main characters Katniss and Peeta are supposed to be from a very impoverished district yet they look healthy and not in want of sustenance.

Well the Hunger Games is quite a decent movie to be honest. But it's fairly hollow, at its best it is a critique on societies obsession on reality TV entertainment by making it something like a gladiatorial arena.

Well on to the subject in hand: The two are hardly comparable in the first place, as the only thing they have in common is that both are movies.
If we look at the critical acclaim: The Dark Knight Rises has a 78/100 on Metacritic while The Hunger Games has a 67/100 on the same site, a pretty big margin on that. And if we look at the box office reception: The Dark Knight Rises made over one billion dollars and The Hunger Games made around seven hundred million.

So based on that, the clear winner is The Dark Knight Rises.

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I enjoyed both, but liked TDKR a lot more.

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[QUOTE="SouL-Tak3R"]

I'm sorry, but this is a serious thread? The Hunger Games is not even in the same league. Who would vote that over The Dark Knight Rises? It is good, but definitely not that good.

Allicrombie

TDKR sucked big time. =P

Remind me not to rely on you for movies.>.>

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[QUOTE="CreasianDevaili"]The Hunger Games was like watching a horror film where everyone is the dumb one. The acting was horrible coming from all of the "kids". There wasn't a single surprise throughout the story. SirWander

Haha, that is quite an description of it actually. The casting was pretty terrible given the context of the story, The main characters Katniss and Peeta are supposed to be from a very impoverished district yet they look healthy and not in want of sustenance.

Well the Hunger Games is quite a decent movie to be honest. But it's fairly hollow, at its best it is a critique on societies obsession on reality TV entertainment by making it something like a gladiatorial arena.

Well on to the subject in hand: The two are hardly comparable in the first place, as the only thing they have in common is that both are movies.
If we look at the the critical acclaim: The Dark Knight Rises has a 78/100 on Metacritic while The Hunger Games has a 67/100 on the same site, a pretty big margin on that. And if we look at the box office reception: The Dark Knight Rises made over one billion dollars and The Hunger Games made around seven hundred million.

So based on that, the clear winner is The Dark Knight Rises.

Which we already have a better movie for that type of thing,The Running Man.. With Ahnold.

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Hunger Games is awful

It's too feminine for any males to like it and it's too masculine for any females to like it.

Batman win hands down, at least it's written so that it appeals to an audience, not sitting on the fence alienating both sides.

Jaysonguy

Holy gender stereotypes Batman! I am a male and really like the Hunger Games. I know many females who liked it and several other males.

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On the topic of that AHNULD I want a The Running Man "remake" that's more faithful to Richard Bachman, aka Steve King's original novel.

But then again, the post 9/11 America would probably prevent the ending of the book from being translated to the screen.

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What's the versus thingy about, which one sucked more? I didn't like the third Christopher Nolan Batman movie, though I really liked the previous two. Guess I didn't care much for Anne Hathaway playing Catwoman, she seemed like she belonged in one of those bad post-Tim Burton Batman films, and she always seemed to have lipstick smeared on her teeth like she's a 6 year old who got into her mothers make-up, personally I don't think they could have done any worse bringing Halle Berry back to play Catwoman. And there really wasn't much else going on with Christian Bale being crippled useless for most the film. Though I did like Bane as a bad guy, wished they really could have done more with him in the film. But I was glad in the end they at least got Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a role for a future sequel. And I'm so friggin tired of seeing Gary Oldman playing Gordon, he can play such a great bad guy in films it's just so dull seeing him play Gordon, granted the role isn't as boring as it was in that Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy piece of crap movie; his role in the first Nolan Batman movie seemed fine since they were stacking the cast but now seeing him is like a cameo of little significance. And I didn't much care for Hunger Games, when the good characters got killed I thought it was just way too convenient to avoid that confrontation of them actually having to kill each other if they were all that's left. And I also didn't like that the bad kid wasn't as bad as he should have been, I mean if you're going to rip-off Battle Royale at least do it some justice, bring in the raging psychopath who volunteered out of sheer bloodlust. And the whole premise of the Hunger Games being built as a form of social control just seemed stupid to me because why'd they really need social control, I don't see any need for it because apparantly society is so advanced they can digitally manifest fireballs and random monsters into the real world with the touch of buttons, hard to imagine nobody though of utilizing their Utopian technology to maybe produce food, robotic labor, leave no reason to exploit the poor for labor or resources. But hey, the books are getting young kids interested in reading that's fine by me, but just because Barney the dinosaur might have gotten kids to be nice to each other doesn't mean I have to like it either.
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[QUOTE="Allicrombie"] TDKR sucked big time. =P

I agree. Batman & Robin > TDKR
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TDKR by a mile. THG was good. I'll say it had the better setting of the two, but storywise and enjoyment factor--Batman won that.

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The Dark Knight Rises and it's not really that close. The Hunger Games was alright but I felt like part of it still tried hard to appeal to the Twilight-type fanbase and that soured me on the movie some. I'd take Battle Royale over both of them
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I'd take Battle Royale over both of themJML897

This. Of the 2, I'd go with TDKR even though I was disappointed with parts of the movie.

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Will never read or watch the Hunger games. Ever.

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When it comes down to it, The Dark Knight Rises is just objectively better then The Hunger Games in so many ways. The atmosphere, the direction, the acting, the characters, the pacing, its all just more fluid and polished to me and I think more appealing then The Hunger Games film (which I think was trying to appeal to the teen crowd a bit more then the book, but I might be imagining that since the book was a good young adult novel and all).

Only one of those movies stirred my emotions and immersed me into the moment, and it was the Batman film.

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I keep meaning to watch Hunger Games because I hear good things, but for some reason I can never motivate myself to watch it.chessmaster1989
just watch it, it sucks you in quite quickly after her offer as tribute. alternatively you can buy the books to enjoy the thrill of what will happen next.

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Enjoyed Hunger Games better.

Hated Rises' ending with a passion and although I enjoyed the rest of the movie, Hunger Games was pretty satisfying all around.

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Well...I could watch Hunger Games without being horribly annoyed and borderline pissed off the entire time..
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[QUOTE="JML897"]The Dark Knight Rises and it's not really that close. The Hunger Games was alright but I felt like part of it still tried hard to appeal to the Twilight-type fanbase and that soured me on the movie some. I'd take Battle Royale over both of them

Someone would argue that this is little more than an argument of Battle Royale vs Rocky 4.
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I love both movies, but I liked TDKR more. Jennifer Lawrence is pretty sexy though lol
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TDKR....no contest. THG wasn't anything original. It was okay....and predictable.
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The Hunger Games is so trite. It's weird to me how much hype the franchise has gotten.

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[QUOTE="CreasianDevaili"]The Hunger Games was like watching a horror film where everyone is the dumb one. The acting was horrible coming from all of the "kids". There wasn't a single surprise throughout the story. SirWander

Haha, that is quite an apt description of it actually. The casting was pretty terrible given the context of the story, The main characters Katniss and Peeta are supposed to be from a very impoverished district yet they look healthy and not in want of sustenance.

Well the Hunger Games is quite a decent movie to be honest. But it's fairly hollow, at its best it is a critique on societies obsession on reality TV entertainment by making it something like a gladiatorial arena.

Well on to the subject in hand: The two are hardly comparable in the first place, as the only thing they have in common is that both are movies.
If we look at the critical acclaim: The Dark Knight Rises has a 78/100 on Metacritic while The Hunger Games has a 67/100 on the same site, a pretty big margin on that. And if we look at the box office reception: The Dark Knight Rises made over one billion dollars and The Hunger Games made around seven hundred million.

So based on that, the clear winner is The Dark Knight Rises.

I think the supporting cast, namely the adults, was fine. But yes the notion that it is a critique on reality TV would be a better way to look at it if the disconnects were mostly on the side of the officials and not pretty much everyone. It was almost entirely childish from the view of the kids in the arena. I think only the black older male kid showed anything that i'd call realization. The context was good but it was dull in adaption. It is a bit hard to get into what was so gosh darn annoying without spoiling it the unlucky souls still wanting to watch it.

Suffice to say if they used nerf balls I would of been more entertained. Least it would of fit with the acting.
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[QUOTE="SirWander"]

[QUOTE="CreasianDevaili"]The Hunger Games was like watching a horror film where everyone is the dumb one. The acting was horrible coming from all of the "kids". There wasn't a single surprise throughout the story. CreasianDevaili

Haha, that is quite an apt description of it actually. The casting was pretty terrible given the context of the story, The main characters Katniss and Peeta are supposed to be from a very impoverished district yet they look healthy and not in want of sustenance.

Well the Hunger Games is quite a decent movie to be honest. But it's fairly hollow, at its best it is a critique on societies obsession on reality TV entertainment by making it something like a gladiatorial arena.

Well on to the subject in hand: The two are hardly comparable in the first place, as the only thing they have in common is that both are movies.
If we look at the critical acclaim: The Dark Knight Rises has a 78/100 on Metacritic while The Hunger Games has a 67/100 on the same site, a pretty big margin on that. And if we look at the box office reception: The Dark Knight Rises made over one billion dollars and The Hunger Games made around seven hundred million.

So based on that, the clear winner is The Dark Knight Rises.

I think the supporting cast, namely the adults, was fine. But yes the notion that it is a critique on reality TV would be a better way to look at it if the disconnects were mostly on the side of the officials and not pretty much everyone. It was almost entirely childish from the view of the kids in the arena. I think only the black older male kid showed anything that i'd call realization. The context was good but it was dull in adaption. It is a bit hard to get into what was so gosh darn annoying without spoiling it the unlucky souls still wanting to watch it.

Suffice to say if they used nerf balls I would of been more entertained. Least it would of fit with the acting.

The problem with The Hunger Games is that it was a little too hollywood esque... [spoiler] The main character was supposed to be a hero but at the end she was still a puppet. Yeah she won but all of the other kids were killed and the Hunger Games continued. TDKR on the other hand even being a superhero movie maintained a sense of community (Gotham) that imo is the biggest distinction that it has from other action movies. What makes that movie so special is that you get the sense that the whole community is fighting the villain, and not just the antagonist, but many different hurdles that are a challenge to civilization. [/spoiler]

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Definitely 'The Dark Knight Rises', though 'The Hunger Games' is good.
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The Hunger Games is so trite. It's weird to me how much hype the franchise has gotten.

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and there was no hype surrounding TDKR?
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[QUOTE="GreySeal9"]

The Hunger Games is so trite. It's weird to me how much hype the franchise has gotten.

Allicrombie
and there was no hype surrounding TDKR?

What? What he said had nothing to do with TDKR.
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[QUOTE="GreySeal9"]

The Hunger Games is so trite. It's weird to me how much hype the franchise has gotten.

Allicrombie
and there was no hype surrounding TDKR?

But Batman.....:o
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#48 JoGoSo
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The Hunger Games is so trite. It's weird to me how much hype the franchise has gotten.

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The thing that perhaps bugs me the most about Rises is that it pretends to not be trite.
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I enjoyed The Dark Knight Rises more. It had its flaws, but the movie was just so epic in almost every way possible. That being said, I still enjoyed The Hunger Games quite a bit. I was afraid they would turn it into Twilight 2.0, but I was pleasently surprised at the solid acting, good atmosphere and faithful adaptation of the novels plot.

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People honestly liked The Hunger Games? I thought it was quite bad and plain idiotic. Battle Royale was much more interesting and violent... THG is just BR for the Twilight audience :P