I finished Argo this week. Excellent story. Very good and quick read. I got distracted some by all the back stories. Most did seem integral to the story but certainly not all (and there were soooo many). I learned some things about embassies, the CIA, the United States and Canada that I didn’t know before.
I’ve got the movie on my to-watch list now. Anxious to see how they compare/contrast.
I put off reading The Hunger Games forever. Them never being in the library had something to do with that. One day, I realized they were all in and there were no holds on any of them. I grabbed them. Easy read, very engaging. Although by reading them all at once I was growing slightly bored by the end.
The movie arrived on Netflix, so I watched it yesterday afternoon. Not nearly as engaging as the books, but good enough I didn’t walk out of the room to go do something else in the middle of it.
This is the first movie outing I’ve had this summer thanks to the rigor of grad school. So I meet a friend for lunch and we go into a theater with a million and a half children in it and laugh through most of the movie.
This movie was on Turner yesterday and I was distracted doing Christmassy things the last few minutes and didn’t see what happened to the oldest boy. I’ve been digging around on the net, but can’t find any discussion about the ending.
Can someone tell me what happened to Robby after he found a home for all the other children?
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