Thursday Movie Picks is hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves. Head over to her site and join in! This week is about movies that are related to the underground. My choices this week has their setting take place partly underground. Here are my picks for the week.
Fantastic Mr Fox - Because of Mr Fox's thievery, he has led his family and neighbors into hiding underground, as the businessmen hunted them down. Fantastic Mr Fox is one of my favorite Wes Anderson movies. It had a great voice cast, and I liked how they substituted the cursing to keep it 'child-friendly'.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 - Parts of the movie took place in District 13, a district that everyone thought to have been bombed, but they were thriving underground. This is where district runaways try to go to (because they believed that District 13 exists) unless they're gunned down by the Capitol. I thought that the inner workings of District 13 was more complicated in the book. For content purposes, I don't think Mockingjay should have been divided into two movies, but it does give a glimpse of that mysterious district.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian - Back when I was in my early teens, I read the whole Chronicles of Narnia series. Prince Caspian was one of my favorite books, but this movie was just terrible. The only part I remember about this is the attack on Narnians, and that they were underground because the people drove them out.