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  • Kate Schefer

    so true! keep hearing this about the hunger games. i agree that the movie was lacking a bit, but the book is so much more than that!

  • Elaine Ault

    True story. I have read so many books then have seen the movies and been disappointed.

  • Sue (Wiedmann) Northey

    Quote: "Never judge a book by its movie."

  • Deborah Kane

    So true. My favorite #books made for terrible #movies! (Excepting Harry Potter, in which both books and movies were good but in different ways.)

  • USewCrazy

    Never judge a book by its movie, cuz while the Hunger Games movie sucked, the book was unforgettable!

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