The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2
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Movie Info & Cast
- Jennifer Lawrence
- Josh Hutcherson
- Liam Hemsworth
- Woody Harrelson
- Donald Sutherland
- Philip Seymour Hoffman
- Julianne Moore
- Willow Shields
- Sam Claflin
- Elizabeth Banks
Did You Know?
- Considered by director Francis Lawrence as the most violent Hunger Games film out of the four.
- When Katniss talks to Boggs alone out in the square, the shot goes back and forth from showing her face to showing Boggs'. Katniss's hair moves from on top of her hood to inside of her hood between shots.
- Peeta Mellark: What do all those deaths mean? They mean that our lives were never ours. There was no real life because we didn't have any choice. Our lives belong to Snow and our deaths do, too. But if you kill him, Katniss, if you end all of this, all those deaths - they mean something.
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it was the best out of all
I went only because my fiancé wanted to see it. I didn't care about the movie/plot/characters or the various struggles they are dealing with. I didn't like the first movie. The second one was a bit better. Part one ended with a weird cliffhanger and was overall pretty slow but had decent character development. This movie though. I'm usually very good at predicting movies as they go and while this one had some parts you could see coming they were well paced keeping you guessing as to when it would happen. After watching they new star wars, a movie I actually cared about and left disappointed, I went and saw this movie which I didn't care about and was on the edge of my seat 30 minutes in.
As far as structure, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 has pretty much the same flaws as its source material. Freed from the confines of the literal arena from the first two books/movies, the overarching sequence of events seems ragged by comparison.
Mockingjay — Part 2 proves to be the most satisfying, gripping and emotional film in the franchise, resolving Katniss Everdeen’s odyssey with tense action sequences and a well-earned poignancy.
This is a dish that has been prepared over a low heat for a long time, which makes for some pretty slow-going early on.