This is the B-list movie everyone wants to see. It might be shallow, derivative and cheap-looking, but none of that matters: the fan-base is ravenous. For millions of teenage girls across America, The Hunger Games is the new Twilight. When the audience is hungry for a film, you’ve got a hit. Forget vampires and abstinence; fiction for
Young Adults Young Women is all about dystopias now. It’s all set in ruined futures where teenage girls have to fend for themselves… against their hormones. The only hangover from Twilight is that cute boys still out-number the girls, by a libidinous margin of two-to-one. Really, what you’re looking at is Sex and the City, if Carrie Bradshaw had a bow and arrow, and two Mr. Bigs.