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Feb 13 2012 11:15am

More Katniss, Less Bella: The Hunger Games as a Game-Changer

With the release of the The Hunger Games, America might get its first-ever blockbuster female lead who both kicks ass and has a soul. One who — unlike Beatrix Kiddo, the marauding wife of the Kill Bill movies, or Lara Croft of Tomb Raider — is more than just an action figure with a killer rack.

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