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The characters all are parodies and behave for comic effect only; there are no role models. Most of the violence is cartoon-y and slapstick, without gore, but there are a couple of gratuitous gross-out scenes: Heroine Kantmiss is shown with gory, realistic-looking blood dripping from her mouth, and another character's infection is oozing and gory. There's lots and lots of punching, hitting, stabbing, and impaling with arrows or satirical weapons such as a baguette, and much of it is revisited over and over in super slo-mo.
The projectiles are shown going through the the starving games nude, but again there's no blood. One clearly fake stabbing includes computer-generated and unrealistically colored splatters of blood. A lot of the fighting involves kicking or punching male genitalia. There's a sex scene in which a large "censored" block covers most of the characters' bodies, but their he and bare limbs are shown in many positions; another scene spoofing the movie Avatar simulates sex.
Kantmiss and Peter kiss briefly a couple of times and once for a few seconds longer. There's a male streaker who's nude from the rear but whose genitals are pixelated from the front. There's a little potty humor in one scene wherein Kantmiss is seen squatting and grimacing with exaggerated potty sound effects, which is replayed later in slow motion. Kantmiss receives instructions to touch Peter's "thing. Lots of products are spoofed with slightly changed names such as "Words with Foes" and "Tres Equis" beer. There are a lot of clear references, without naming them, to popular apps such as Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja.
A character is seen frequently using Siri, and the leader watches the action on a tablet with a clear Apple logo on it. A character's name is pronounced the same as the Toyota "Celica. In a parody of a Dos Equis commercial, a character drinks and then spits out beer both in the movie and again in the bloopers at the end. Parents need to know that The Starving Games is from the same team that brought us the Scary Movie franchise and spoofs such as Meet the Spartansand they're trodding some well-worn paths here as they send up The Hunger Games.
There's lots of cartoon-y violence and some gore, but there are a couple of gratuitous gross-out moments, with one involving blood and the other an infected injury. Speaking of gratuitous, there's also plenty of sexual content involving men getting hit in the genitalia, some depictions of women as sexual objects, and a couple of sex scenes played for laughs. Teens and older kids no doubt will find the spoofs funny, as the movie touches on many of the most popular, recent pop-culture phenomena. But there's nothing else going on here beyond a gratuitous effort to pander to the juvenile mind.
Add your rating See all 2 parent reviews. Add your rating See all 25 kid reviews. Heroine Kantmiss Evershot Maiara Walsh volunteers to take part in a reality-show-style survival contest. One by one, all the other contestants are killed until only she and Peter, who has a big crush on her, are left. Most aspects of the original story are here, including the dystopian government and the conflicting love interests between the boy back home and fellow contestant, although the ending's different in service to the parody.
As uninspiring as its title, The Starving Games serves up crass, juvenile humor in a vehicle for little else than gratuitous violence, sexuality, and pop-culture references. Some kids and teens may find a lot of humor in it, until the popularity of Taylor Swift and Angry Birds fades, but even so they won't enjoy sitting through a movie that strikes the same note over and over again. If you have a bunch of older the starving games nude and teens who want big laughs on a Friday night, see our handpicked alternatives below to show them how spoofing should be done.
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The Starving Games. Lowbrow, violent spoof with plenty of juvenile sex humor. PG 83 minutes.
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