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Although it is competent and watchable throughout, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" never quite escapes the gravitational pull of its predecessor's great concept. The sequel's approach is to reuse and recycle, expanding the world only when necessary.
A quick primer for anyone going to see "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." What you need to know about Panem, the Quarter Quell, the districts and all things Hunger Games to get the most out of your "Catching Fire" experience.
Move over Edward Cullen and Jacob Black, there's a new love triangle causing spirited debate and girls to swoon.