|US Release Date||11/30/1988|
Fox’s sci-fi drama owes a lot to 'Blade Runner,' 'Robocop,' and 'I, Robot.'
A few actors seem to constantly cause cancellation.
Take a Capitol sanctioned tour of each District of Panem.
The character is back, and in a more interesting form than we remember.
We have to accept that Andy Kaufman is dead, but is still a strong part of the comic spirit.
The sequel ups the ante on the cleverness, adventure, and humor, but still leaves us with a hero we can't get attached to.
Check out next year's new model.
Which is the worst of Panem's deadly beasts?
'The Hunger Games' is leading an archery revolution.
The actress accessed the mind of an incredibly resilient character.
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|Stacey Q||Actor||Lea Jennings||1||1000009|
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