The Hunger Games hotter than habanero chili

The Hunger Games is a not new flick about fasting for Lent or the morbidly obese going food shopping.
Rather, the movie is based on Suzanne Collins’ young-adult bestseller about a futuristic paradise in which teenagers, bored with Facebooking and prepping for their SATs, battle to the death in televised gladiatorial matches.
And you thought the Republican presidential primaries have been bloody.
With the Harry Potter and the Twilight series ebbing from the big screen, Collin’s sci-fi trilogy that includes Catching Fire and Mockingjay should be Hollywood’s next blockbuster bonanza.
At least until they produce the documentary on how Mitt Romney’s Etch a Sketch malleability won him the White House.