Reviews by Jhopson
Of course the movie is never as good as the book, but this is a pretty good screen adaptation of a great book. In a future version of North America (now Panem) the population has been reduced to 12 districts controlled by a corrupt capital government. Every year, a male and female tribute from each district are selected to fight to the death for the entertainment of the privileged citizens of the capital. So much of the book is told through Katiniss' inner thoughts, I was worried this wouldn't translate but it's good! A captivating story told with moral insights. I can't wait for Catching Fire!
Louis Kinkaid moves to Loon Lake Michigan and joins the police force. Soon he discovers that his predecessor was murdered and the killer is still on the loose. When he finally unravels the mystery, he finds there may be no one he can trust.
An early installment in the Alex Cross series. Alex is tracking a serial killer and navigating his family and love life. Well-written and compelling.
Anna is a ranger in the Guadalupe Mountains and finds a coworker dead of an apparent mountain lion attack. But the details don't add up and Anna thinks there is more to the story. A good story with many twists-and-turns and lots of potential suspects.
Love this drama! In these episodes: Sam moves out of Brooke's house. Peyton prepares a memory box for her baby, Skills dates Jamie's teacher. Peyton and Lucas' wedding with a familiar face performing the ceremony. Brooke and Julian try to make eachother jealous. Nathan tells Hayley big news. Peyton's pregnancy has a crisis and the couple "rides off into the sunset."