Upon the recent release of "The Hunger Games," Flyby asked seven Harvard students to describe the movie in seven words. Most students asked to remain anonymous, due to what they termed the pressure of reviewing the megahit.
'The Hunger Games,' in seven words from seven undergraduates:
An unnerving yet poignant revisitation of "1984."
Strength, love, sacrifice. You'll laugh and cry.
Hard to handle, hard to stomach. Hard.
Less great than the book, but great.
I needed a whole lot of tissues.
Better than I could have ever dreamed.
The odds were ever in its favor.