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Caution is urged for “Hunger Games”

“The Hunger Games.”
I wondered what the hype was all about.
After research about the book by Suzanne Collins that the movie is based on, I can offer some prudent advice — be very careful about letting your children (or anyone else’s children) view this movie.
Here’s why.
The futuristic movie’s focus is a reality television show in a nation governed by slavery.
Imagine the show “Survivors,” with teenagers 12 to 18, the type who might appear on “American Idol,” in a isolated wilderness.
There are cameras everywhere because the “entertainment show,” is reality TV for the soulless ...

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