Hungar Games vs Divergent ENG 1020

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Keaton Moore ENGL 1020 – 005 August 26, 2015 Jones The Hunger Games vs. Divergent Women actresses are beginning to play the lead role in a plethora of action - adventure movies. The Hunger Games and Divergent both have women as their main characters. The Hunger Games released in March of 2012, Katniss Everdeen is caught between the love she has with her fellow opponent and also trying to keep herself alive and win the games. Divergent released two years later in March of 2014, Tris Prior is an outcast because she is divergent which means she does not fit into any of the five factions. She meets a guy that is also Diveregent and ends up falling in love with him. These two movies relate to today’s society because many people live their lives based on finding their one true love. In The Hunger Games Katniss and Peta decide to eat poisonous berries to kill them because only one of them can win the games. In Divergent people start to find out that Tris and Four are Divergent, and Divergents cannot be controlled so they are not allowed. People try to kill Tris and Four so they do
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