The Hunger Games return with such a sequel twist that you can't believe writer Suzanne Collins didn't think of film when writing. Catching Fire builds up with all types of subversive messaging which is interesting but also brings into relief the limitations of the genre and film.
"Saving the world from sex, drugs, and swear words." Derrick Comedy's first feature length film centers around three former kid detectives looking to gain the respect of the town by solving a murder case.
The Mystery Team consists of Jason ("Master of Disguise", played by Donald Glover), Duncan ("Boy Genius", played by DC Pierson) and Charlie ("the Strongest Kid in Town", played by Dominic Dierkes). For most of their lives they sat behind a lemonade stand and offered to solve little cases around their neighborhood for ten cents each. However, despite growing up and entering high school together, they continue to act like child detectives, saying words like "gosh darnit" and using slingshots as weapons.
Jason seems to think that all the Mystery Team needs is a real case to prove that they should be taken seriously by other people, and they accidentally get their wish when a little girl asks the Mystery Team to help solve the mystery of who killed her parents. Their search for the answer will take them everywhere from a nearby park to a strip club as the mystery-solving trio tries to prove that they can solve a real case.