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  • This November, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay  Part 2arrives. Hundreds of thousands of fans across the world will head to the theater hoping the final movie in the series lives up to their wild expectations, whilst studio execs fifa 16 comfort trade will serve truffles, champagne and you-know-what at pool parties in their Bel Air mansions. Before then, I'll be grabbing a bag of popcorn and settling down with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, stuffing my face and reflecting on the good old days when the story of boy who lived reached its epic climax.

    Don't get me wrong I love the The Hunger Games films. And yes, you might say that comparisons with Harry Potter are both absurd and irrelevant, and you'd probably be right. But the truth is that whilst The Hunger Games has clearly been marketed in a way intended to repeat the success of Potter and box office receipts have been pretty stellar Mockingjay Part 2 needs to be a seriously memorable, satisfying finale if the franchise is going to cement its place in pop culture.

    And so, allowing for the fact that Mockingjay Part 2 is not yet out, here's how the key elements of both Suzanne Collins' hugely popular YA dystopian series and JK Rowling's epic story of good versus evil stack up against each other in my mind.

    On the surface, Katniss and Harry aren't worlds apart. Katniss volunteers to compete in the www.utfifa.co Hunger Games to save her sister; Harry is sorted into Gryffindor, on account of the sorting hat seeing bravery in him, and like Katniss he's selfless, often putting his friends before himself.