rottentomatoes rounds up, right? so, one more “fresh” review and catching fire goes back up to 90%?
COME ON CRITICS COME ON COME ON COME ON
suppencaspar replied to your photo “Deutschlernenkekse! =D #Berlin #Potsdam #Yum (at Campus Neues Palais…”
There’s one syllable too much, it’s Deutschlernkekse. Sorry, couldn’t help myself ;)
hahaha, thanks for the correction! i swear to god i heard our teacher say “lernen” but i guess i was wrong, lol. xD
just rewatched donut run and i think i get the timeline better this time around.
and yet, i still feel really iffy about the episode.
seriously the fact that there’s no voiceover narration whatsoever as far as the main plot is concerned always goes right over my head until the credits roll and then IT HITS ME and seriously it’s like a punch to the stomach…
i don’t like this feeling. not one bit.
technically it’s no longer sunday here, but it’s been so long since i’ve done one of these, i’m just going to gleefully cheat and hope that nobody will mind.
from chapter 37:
"So, in order to catch a squirrel, you need to… think like a squirrel?" Katniss had asked him the first time he told her about this philosophy. He hadn’t realized how stupid that sounded until he saw her start to smile, amusement clearly written in her expression. He figured she was trying to picture him acting like their furry, buck-toothed chosen pray.
Being a teenage boy, he couldn’t help but puff up in indignation. He wasn’t about to let himself be teased by a twelve-year-old! “Ha ha. Funny. Yes, I mean it.” He tried to play it off like he’d just given her some very wise advice, but clearly she wasn’t buying it, because her smile was growing by the second. He scoffed at her, giving up the pretense. “Fine. Laugh at me.”
“I’m not laughing at you,” she attempted, but he could see her pressing her lips together to keep from bursting out into laughter.