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In der Entertainment Weekly in der Ausgabe vom April erschienen die ersten Bilder von Shailene Woodley und Theo James.
Juni veröffentlichte die Entertainment Weekly weitere Fotos von Woodley und James, die die beiden im Hauptquartier der Ferox zeigten.
Der erste Trailer wurde vor den MTV Video Music Awards veröffentlicht. September veröffentlichte man die ersten Porträtposter.
Ein weiterer Trailer sowie das erste Filmposter erschienen im November In Deutschland wurde der erste Trailer am November , der zweite am 5.
Februar veröffentlicht. Der Soundtrack zum Film wurde am 4. April in Deutschland veröffentlicht. März Bei seinem Eröffnungstag in den US-Kinos am März nahm der Film 22,8 Millionen US-Dollar davon 4,9 Millionen vom späten Donnerstagabend ein, womit er unter den Werten von Twilight — Bis s zum Morgengrauen und Die Tribute von Panem — The Hunger Games blieb.
In Deutschland startete der Film am April und erreichte am ersten Startwochenende über Damit belegte der Film Platz 3 der Woche.
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Der Film erhielt gemischte Kritiken. Bei Rotten Tomatoes erhielt der Film nur von 42 Prozent der Rezensenten eine positive Bewertung.
Wrong book. My bad. But There comes a time in every average, misunderstood, flat chested, never-been-kissed, pre-war heroin, sixteen year old girl's life when she must decide between right and wrong.
But romance isn't the focus. And that makes me super-dooper shiney-whiney happy with sprinkles on top because I find my focus is easily persuaded elsewhere if there isn't enough action happeni Oh, right, right.
The Plot. Imagine: The population of Chicago has been divided into factions based on five standard values: bravery, intelligence, honesty, kindness and selflessness.
And best of all, you will never have anything do with anyone from the other evil, evil factions if you can help it.
You see, this way you are safe in your tight little community cocoon and can spend your days bitching about how fucked-up those other factions are for choosing what is clearly a far less awesome way of living.
And you certainly never have to worry that your batshit-crazy intelligence-loving neighbours are keeping busy by plotting your evil demise.
The city carries on in a complete state of peace, love and mung beans. Now, what I would like to know is, which facking genius came up with THAT idea?
Who was it that got up and said, "Hold up peeps. I've totally got it. We'll DIVIDE the city by forcing everyone to choose ONE AND ONLY ONE principle virtue and we'll even make it obvious by getting them to wear different colours so that there will be no question whatsoever as to which group they belong.
WAIT WAAAAIT! I'm not ENTIRELY convinced that the dystopian element makes all that much sense. Much in the same way that Delirium was all 'Love is the vicious cause of all our problems'.
But that doesn't really bother me all that much. I'm still cheering over the fact that we don't have to sit through another love triangle.
And that's not even the best news! Nuh uh. That's not EVEN what I came here to say! The absolute BEST thing about Divergent is that Tris rates a high BADASS on the awesome-o-meter.
She's a moody, self indulgent, gun firing, cliff jumping, ass kicking little bitch-faced mole. AND I JUST LAP THAT SHIT UP, YO! View all 75 comments.
Today I almost attacked a man in public. A man who was yelling at and abusing his partner. Kicking the trolley, shoving her and screaming obscenities at her.
I ditched the trolley I'd been pushing and stormed toward them, my mind blank of anything but ruthless fury.
The next part was like out of some stupid romance novel. Mr Kennedy pulled back on my arm and said, "No.
There is no way you're going over there! Usually that's the part of the novel where the female heroine swoons or something but I only got angrier.
Did he just relegate me to child-minding and packing away groceries? Because I have a uterus? To say I was unimpressed would be an understatement.
Never before have I actually wanted to be a man. I love being a woman and I think being a woman is a fantastic thing to be. But I wanted to kick that man's ass.
I absolutely hated myself for being weak and puny. It's not fair. To not be able to fight your own battles, to not be able to stand up for weaker people when you want to.
It's so, incredibly, painfully unfair. Why can't I have big muscles? Why couldn't Mr Kennedy wait by the car while I got to go up and play harpsichord with his lower intestinal tract?
Why must I swallow my pride and accept that I'm just not as strong or muscular as Mr Kennedy? Perhaps it's that drive that made me connect so much with Tris.
I wonder what kind of personality types would enjoy this novel? I've seen a lot of three star reviews and I just can't fathom why when this book was a solid five stars for me.
Even with it's somewhat implausible storyline I loved it. I loved all the characters, especially Tris, for being a hardass, cold motherfucker when other YA protagonists would whither and melt into a gooey puddle of patheticness.
Maybe I connected with it because I could absolutely imagine being Dauntless. Catching moving trains? Sign me up now. I think I would have loved every minute of it.
The writing was quite smooth and the action sequences were clear, concise and well-explained. The pacing and the plot never really give up, making this book difficult to put down.
Over all, I thoroughly loved this novel. I'm hard-pressed to come up with any flaws or issues that annoyed me.
Most of all, it made me wish I really could kickass and take names like Tris does. Perhaps taking up kickboxing would be a good place to start. Don't forget to check out my blog, Cuddlebuggery, and add me on twitter!
I definitely enjoyed it. At first, I had trouble convincing my older son to read it, because he was convinced that every dystopian novel is a "Hunger Games" wannabe, but he read it on a recent plane trip and we had a great in-depth discussion about the characters and their motivations.
The premise: Chicago of the future is a closed city-state. The citizenry really doesn't have any idea what is beyond their borders.
They just know it's dangerous. Inside the city, humanity is divided into five fact I definitely enjoyed it.
Inside the city, humanity is divided into five factions based on moral imperatives. Candor, for instance, values truth above all else. They serve as lawyers and public speakers.
Erudite values knowledge. They serve as teachers. Abnegation values self-denial and community service. They are the community's leaders, since they alone can be trusted not to be power-hungry.
Our heroine Tris is born into Abnegation, but during her choosing ceremony at age sixteen, she decides to join the Dauntless, who value fearlessness and serve as the society's soldiers and guards.
The novel follows her through her initiation training, during which Tris discovers that their society is not as harmonious as she once believed.
Making things even worse, Tris must keep her true aptitude secret. She is in a small minority of people who are divergent -- whose skills could suit them for more than one faction.
What this means is not at first clear, but it will make Tris's life very dangerous. View all 65 comments. THE SEVEN STAGES OF READING HELL: When You Realize You're Going to be the Odd Man Out Once Again With a Wildly Hyped and Popular Book that Everyone Else Loved as Presented by: The Coterie of Emotive Kittehs courtesy of Google Images December 13, Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Final Analysis of my Reading Experience: What?
You didn't think I was going to show a kitteh with a knife in its eye, did you? Rating: A Very Generous 1 Star The Moral of this Review: I sh THE SEVEN STAGES OF READING HELL: When You Realize You're Going to be the Odd Man Out Once Again With a Wildly Hyped and Popular Book that Everyone Else Loved as Presented by: The Coterie of Emotive Kittehs courtesy of Google Images December 13, Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Final Analysis of my Reading Experience: What?
Rating: A Very Generous 1 Star The Moral of this Review: I should not read any more YA dystopian novels. THE END Okay, okay, I completely understand why people could really like this and also why people could find it a huge disappointment.
As for the latter Or, at least, what seems to be the general definition of a dystopia. I can highlight the problem really well by referring to a conversation I had with my mum when she sa Okay, okay, I completely understand why people could really like this and also why people could find it a huge disappointment.
I can highlight the problem really well by referring to a conversation I had with my mum when she saw the book lying on the table.
Basically, it's where the author imagines a hypothetical world that's usually set in the future and takes a relevent political or social issue or issues and creates a fictional society that could possibly be what might happen if humanity was to follow a certain idea or movement or perhaps even carry on behaving the way they are.
For example, failing to improve the world's environmental problems. Anyway, the point is that Divergent has no political or social relevance and the fictional society is just not going to happen in a million years.
If it was marketed as a fantasy, then perhaps you have something here. The world that the author has dreamt up is fantastical and too unrealistic for a truly good dystopian novel, the idea that there would be five factions who all believe the world's problems are down to one main issue that differs depending on which faction you consult is ludicrous I mean, if only there were just five different opinions of what's wrong with the world.
And again with the bizarre: Dauntless. This is the faction that is in the limelight here and it has to be the most stupid of the lot.
That isn't even remotely believable. Stupid, stupid, stupid. What's the point? This isn't dystopia, it means nothing, it sends no message, it won't ever happen.
Alright, here it is: I COULD NOT PUT IT DOWN!! I know, I'm ashamed, I'm a traitor to real dystopian fiction everywhere.
But I found the story so addictive, the characters so interesting and I was even completely won over by the intricate mysteries beneath this godawful stupid society that would never happen.
I cared what happened to Tris and I cared whether her and Four would get it on and I cared what would happen if the factions went to war.
I was hooked on this crap and I simply cannot deny it! I think they should have just said it was a fantasy and it would have all been alright.
I could forgive the stupid pretend world because in a fantasy pretty much anything goes. I know I don't get it. I was reading this book and people were jumping off trains and punching each other in the face as part of pointless activities and I was thinking "damn, that's stupid" whilst my next thought was "gosh, I wonder what's gonna happen next".
I had to read on. I still have to read on because somehow whatever happens in Insurgent has suddenly become very important to me.
I even liked the love story. Not that I don't like love stories normally but I usually give any dystopia or science fiction a hard time for having to squeeze a romance in there to make the book complete.
But I was there with it. I liked both characters, I wanted it to work out. It's weird because Tris actually becomes increasingly hard and selfish as the novel moves on I really liked the changes and development of her character.
So, there you have it. It's a shitty excuse for a dystopia but I found it an extremely enjoyable read. View all 60 comments. Recommended to Reader-ramble by: Sadly, I went looking for it.
Shelves: ya-to-avoid. Okay, so the movie came out on disk, and I was surfing one of my favorite channels on YouTube, when I found this video by CinemaSins.
It's a fun and irreverent bit of criticism. Since I managed to get likes before the movie came out, I will be reviewing Insurgent and Allegiant in the future.
It may be a while though. Life is a bit in the way. Okay, time to get serious. I wish I could be funny like my Mortal Instrument reviews, but my intellectual has kicked in because this book manages Okay, so the movie came out on disk, and I was surfing one of my favorite channels on YouTube, when I found this video by CinemaSins.
I wish I could be funny like my Mortal Instrument reviews, but my intellectual has kicked in because this book manages to be defined as part of a genre that I have always adored, especially in short stories.
Before I begin, my usual disclaimer that this review will contain logic, griping, complaining, spoilers, and the general deconstruction of everything that the fans hold dear.
If you wish to berate me for this, don't waste your time. Nothing you say will convince me. This book is just that bad. So, my initial reaction was thus: Dramatic, I know.
But not as dramatic as wanting to take a shot gun or lighter to a library book. I'm at least glad I didn't pay for it.
To get into the mood, some foreplay. Beatrice - the main character - lives in a Chicago where everyone is divided up into six groups. The Abnegation selfless people , Dauntless brave people , Erudite intelligent people , Amity friendly people , Candor honest people , and the Factionless.
When a child reaches sixteen, they must take a test that will tell them what faction they belong into, but then they still get to pick the faction.
Now, each faction has a specific lot in life. Let's break it down, shall we? Abnegation: Noun The act of instance of abnegating, or denying oneself some rights, conveniences, etc.
This is Beatrice's faction. They are supposed to be entirely selfless. They wear all gray, eat insipid food, and everything is considered self-indulgent to them.
You could say they are beyond Amish. Oh, and every member of the government is Abnegation. Every member. They're referred to as "selfless leaders in government" at one point, but when is it ever smart to have one faction in control?
Here is the kicker, they aren't the bad guys. They actually don't do anything wrong that an oppressive regime would do, like make the rest of the factions give up "indulgences" or go to mass every day.
They are doormats. Dauntless: Adjective Not to be intimidated; fearless; intrepid; bold. This is the faction Beatrice joins.
They are defined as "protection from threats both within and without. The truth is that the Dauntless are reckless idiots. Their transportation is a train that never stops, so they must jump from it.
They dye their hair, get piercings and tattoos, and wear tight clothes. They are more like rebellious high schoolers than a militant force.
I'll write more about them later since the reader spends the most time with this faction. I'll at least add that they are proof of Roth's lazy writing.
Erudite: Adjective Characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly. The faction Beatrice's brother, Caleb, joins.
The book defines them as "intelligent teachers and researchers. I'm sad to say that smart people are not depicted well in this story.
They are shown to be smug, mean, and power hungry. There are no scientists who understand that scientific break-throughs are a double edged blade; one side will do good and another evil.
This faction is the bad guy because they believe the Abnegation are holding back prosperity and progress. That would make sense if their way of going about it wasn't so stupid.
Slander and brainwashing never works in the end. Amity: Noun 1 Friendship; peaceful harmony. Book defines as "understanding counselors and caretakers.
That's the extent of it. Candor: Noun 1 The state or quality of being frank, open, and sincere in speech or expression; candidness.
Most of Beatrice's fellow Dauntless initiates are from Candor. The book defines them as "trustworthy and sound leaders in law. They are all lawyers that we know of.
They're supposed to be honest people, but they're honest to the point of being rude and come across as being quite judgmental.
They also dress like Mormon missionaries because they believe the truth is black and white. How has a faction full of completely honest people not killed each other already?
It would be like living with a bunch of Sherlocks in a John Grisham novel. The Factionless: Those that did not pass the initiation for their chosen factions or dropped out.
They are essentially homeless day laborers who are paid in food and clothes. They live in old subway tunnels. No body loves them or wants to be them.
The only thing people fear more than being factionless is the prospect of war. No executions or murders or anything like that.
Just being factionless and an abstract idea of war. I have a headache now. Okay, now that we have the basics, what is the economy like?
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