Reviews by kimberlina
Meryl Streep is brilliant in this portrayal of Margaret Thatcher. Imaginative use of Margaret's husband in the story telling of flashbacks of her time as a young girl, mother and Prime Minister.
The movie jumps between the past and the present and back to the beginning of the world. I had trouble telling where I was at times. The cinematography is interesting; switching angles, colors and settings. I'm going to have to watch it again to see if I can make any more sense of the story line.
A suspenseful story of 24 young people fighting for their lives in the wilderness as part of an annual "game". Despite the heart-wrenching premise behind the story, I was left with a feeling of hope. Graphic violence.
A charming tale of a young boy attempting to find the meaning behind his father's death and the purpose in his own life. Imaginative. Cinematography is beautiful.
This audiobook is not for the faint of heart. Sections of the story are very graphic and disturbing. Yet at the end, I was glad I had finished it and plan to listen to the sequel.