I’ve seen catching fire three times now and every single time the audience has cheered when she destroys the arena. I love that so fucking much, I can’t even
I told my mom about tumblr helping people get their dream pets and she told me I should jump on the bandwagon
She said if this post get 200,000 notes, I can get a teddy bear hamster like this one
guys my old hamster died of a stroke and I really miss him so please help me get my dream pet k thanks
Gus please my mom is laughing at me right now
I PROMISE YOU YOU WILL GET YOUR HAMSTER
WE MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE.
This new generation is hungry for a different type of sense of identity. They’re looking for something else in stories that are being sold to them, and they don’t want it sugarcoated anymore. And what I thought was so amazing about Johanna Mason is that she kind of represented a lot of that in the sense that she doesn’t sugarcoat and she is hardcore and truthful and violent and angry. And all of those things are not just cool aspects of her – I don’t really think that that’s a badass thing, I think it’s actually a survival technique and I think that that’s a really interesting thing to talk about for young women to understand that they can take on tools and personality traits that may not be their own but they can use them in forms of survival to be able to sort of elevate themselves in the world, which I think is pretty cool.
Quite honestly the thing that interests me the most about her relationships with Gale and Peeta is that they’re completely organic to the situations. That in the beginning of Catching Fire, she wants to forget her time in the games and go on with her regular life, which means she will be pushing herself away from Peeta because he’s a reminder of the Games, and growing closer to her childhood friend Gale because he reminds her of home. But when she’s thrown back into the Games, she’s pulled away from Gale and pushed back towards Peeta, because she finds comfort in him having shared the trauma of the Games. But I never, for one minute, think that she sits around debating who she likes better.
She doesn’t have time for it.
This game has no winners. Only lonely, lost victors.
I just realised something.
In CF [movie] Johanna says “I wanna put as much distance between me and that sand as possible. Frying is not how I wanna go.”
…And she spends most of Mockingjay being ‘fried’ as part of her torture.
*curls up into a ball and sobs*