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Francis Lawrence


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Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen
Paula Malcomson as Katniss' Mother
Natalie Dormer as Cressida
Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne
Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair
Stanley Tucci as Caesar Flickerman
Josh Hutcherson as Peeta Mellark
Toby Jones as Claudius Templesmith
Jena Malone as Johanna Mason
Julianne Moore as President Alma Coin
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee
Jeffrey Wright as Beetee
Donald Sutherland as President Snow
Elizabeth Banks as Effie Trinket
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 Storyline: With the Games destroyed, Katniss Everdeen, along with Gale, Finnick and Beetee, end up in the so thought "destroyed" District 13. Under the leadership of President Coin and the advice of her friends, Katniss becomes the "Mockingjay", the symbol of rebellion for the districts of Panem.
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Sad, Pathetic & Lame - Corporate Kleptocracy Money Grab
Boring to point I got up and went to back of theater to check IMDb on my Tablet to see what was I missing. Obviously I was lacking somehow and must be missing something I figured with all the rage around this movie.

What I found was it was not me but the movie just does not connect, has no draw and feels like just a corporate money scheme. I feel cheated, dirty, like a stupefied sucker and want to take a shower. I get better vibes from used car sales lots than this movie as well the industry of late.

There were some good movies this year; but all that has come out pre- Holidays have been lame to terrible and I see a lot of movies. Maybe the "Interview" had real potential compared to this tripe I have seen here and in other recent releases of movies.

I watch a wide genre of movies and am open to diverse visual and story arts but this and the recent movies are so terrible literally. I am finding better more engaging shows on TV than what the theaters offer nowadays. Heck they can not be original and rehash same old stories; well okay that might be fine if the surpassed the originals and yet even special effects seem at best B movie compared to the epics of the 60's and such.

Dang maybe they just need to go back to Spaghetti Westerns; at least they were entertaining somewhat....

All I feel is fleeced; again by the movie industry and it is getting old. But all they seem to care about is cha-ching, cha-ching, cha- ching. Guess the 4th Quarter is more important than their long term outlook as a industry. More people are catching on and just say screw it and why theaters are more and more empty.

We know the technology, actor resources and financial might of these studios more than ever and how they are refusing to do the real work it takes to put something out that is worthy out dollars. No wonder so many people seek other media sources over theater these days; with ticket cost outrageous, $2 in snacks costing $20 for stale muck, floors your feet stick to when walking and seating that needs a biohazard warning label. I have no idea why people are over the theater experience with such bad movies to boot!
Sprint to a dull crawl
Quickie Review:

After the events of 75th Hunger Games, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is rescued and brought to District 13 where the rebellion is brewing. Now she must become the face of the rebellion as both sides use propaganda against each other. Meanwhile, Katniss is overwhelmed by balancing her responsibility to the people of Panem with her desire to save Peeta (Josh Hutcherson). Mockingjay Part 1 is strong when it comes to the acting talent involved and showing the behinds the scenes propaganda of war. However, the decision to split the story into two parts has really hurt this movie by making it feel incomplete and filled with overstretched melodrama. While it is not a complete failure, it may be better to hold off watching this movie till Part 2 is released.

Full Review:

I never read the books but I enjoyed the last two movies in the franchise, especially Catching Fire. While I can't say I was aching to go see Mockingjay Part 1, I was interested to know how the story progressed after the cliff-hanger of the last movie. I was concerned that splitting the story into two parts may have been a detrimental choice, unfortunately my concerns were legitimate.

I know I'm coming off really negative but there are definitely some gems in the movie. Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss and Donald Sutherland as President Snow, were the best part of the movie. Watching them clash and play strategic moves against each other was intriguing. The rest of the cast do a good job in showing how they have been affected and changed by this war. This is the first time we see the world outside of the actual Hunger Games and District 12, which helped enrich this movie's universe. Uniquely we get see how propaganda plays an important role in the war. I can't remember the last war movie that delved into that aspect. On top of that, these propaganda pieces were very moving thanks to the rage fueled words of Katniss and the fear mongering of Snow.

A lot of the problems for this movie stem from the fact we are spending 2hrs on half a story. This led to us having an entire movie where Katniss keeps crying and moping about either Peeta or the people of District 12 being dead. The feeling that the movie is overstretched is only compounded by how several scenes are just a rehash of a previous scene, for example the recording of a propaganda (3 times) and multiple scenes per character sulking about the people suffering. Look I'm not heartless, I understand those are devastating things to happen to a person, but we want to see the story move forward. I can honestly say that apart from Katniss becoming the face of the rebellion, there is no significant plot development since Catching Fire. There is all this slow build up but that's all it is, a build up to an end that is unsatisfying. Essentially this is a 2hr preview ad for Mockingjay Part 2, and quite frankly I felt mad about this when I left the cinema, and that doesn't happen often.

The pathetic cash-grab moves by studios to split the movie into two parts is the root of all the problems for Mockingjay Part 1. To fill the run time the movie is stuffed full with melodrama without much weight to make you care for long. All the momentum that the previous two movies had built has now come to a dull crawl. I'd recommend skipping this movie till Part 2 is released and hopefully enjoy a more complete story.

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"this is how you end a revolution"
"Catching Fire part 1" is not only the worst of the series, it is arguably one of the worst films released ever. It reeks of greed and the worst thing is that it is actually making money.

Usually I would take the time to talk about the plot however this film has a very thin plot, it is a 2 hour film completely based on a side plot. It is mostly about Katniss and her obsession with Peeta. Of course Peeta being in the "Capital", however I do have a vague recollection of that being mentioned at the end of the second film. This films' plot could have easily have been 10 minutes in a full length proper film based on the novel. One would think that a cast of such heavy hitters might redeem the film however here is the problem, Phillip Seymour Hoffman has roughly about 4 minutes of screen time, Donald Sutherland round about the same, Woody Harrelson round about one minute, actually no character except Katniss has more than 10 minutes of screen time. There are literally scenes of Katniss merely walking around, scenes of Katniss crying and scenes of Katniss crying. One cannot deny that Jennifer Lawrence can sometimes deliver a moving and riveting performance however in this film, she seems bored, wooden and downright silly in some scenes. Juliane Moore seems disinterested in the plot and is not even convincing herself of her character.

The acting, bad as it might be, is nothing compared to the camera work. I started feeling nauseas during the film because of the constant shaking of the camera. Another thing is there are certain scenes that will most definitely affect people with photo sensitive epilepsy however there is no warning attached to the film.

I enjoyed the second film, I did not feel that the first one was a bad film, I just did not enjoy it. My girlfriend on the other hand is a major fan, this morning started out with her being excited and full of zest, ready for the day. At the end of the film she was in a foul mood. However she soon returned top her happy cheery self, whistling the mockingjay sound and ending it with a fart sound. I must admit that is the best description of this film, you keep on believing that a plot will develop but it never does. Do not waste your money and I beg of you to please stop seeing part ones, there has not been a good one as of yet.
How to level the brain hemispheres of young humans
Nothing happens in this movie. From the very beginning you get the clear feeling that you should adore Katniss, or care about her - this is ALL that happens in the movie. We get to look at her blank, emotionless, stale expressions that only change once through the movie.

And that's only when she laments over that idiot week-kneed Peeta, while she avoids Thor's brother, a guy who is WAY WAY WAY better looking and smarter and more common-sensed...

But what scenario, and what tastes, and what story can we expect from a plagiarist? Brainless authors can only generate no-brainers...

This proved to be worse than Twilight - and that says a lot...
The Plot Thickens, Or Does It?
Just when we thought we had a new complex and interesting female character—a true heroine—this latest entry shows her spending half (or even more) of the time talking about and crying over boys. Her motivations become so muddled by yet another generic YA love triangle (screaming over Peeta and listlessly kissing Gale). This all certainly isn't helped by the fact that Jennifer Lawrence seemingly just doesn't understand the acting technique of subtlety. Her highly hysterical/overreacting character leaves much to be desired in regards to actual nuance—a case that would allow the viewers to look into her eyes and judge for themselves. Lawrence's sheer overacting has dominated most of her work since the Oscar win (actually, including Silver Linings Playbook as well) with this manner becoming even more noticeably cringe-worthy with Mockingjay Part 1. Her loud- mouthed/attention-provoking, apparently "real" persona has won many people over and her way of forcing her "acting" in audiences' faces (weeping, yelling, or generally acting in aggression in almost every other scene) makes it unsurprising as to why she's still in the public's favor.

As for the narrative, the stakes always appear so heightened and forcibly gloom, but the resolutions are always so perfect to the point where it's difficult to seriously believe in the peril of the story's characters. In this addition, Katniss Everdeen has fully assumed the "Mockingjay" symbol—a public leader for the final revolution against the Capitol. More and more of the district's citizens have become aware of the atrocities committed by its government and the vileness of the Hunger Games. It's time to courageously fight back! Each one of these films possess very obvious—perhaps, even heavy-handed—analogies to the contemporary climate and the world's current circumstances when it comes to "radical" revolutionaries, government control/failure of democracy, media influence, etc.

Considering that the series' premise centers on people who're forced to kill each other in order to survive, our primary characters always end up fine by the conclusion. "Is he dead?" "Did they die?" No, not for a minute am I convinced that anyone is on the brink of death. Maybe they'll make the drama and danger genuine in the finale next year, maybe not. Then again, it's the same annoying issue every expensive blockbuster suffers from these days, especially the Marvel films. (Yes, I know this is a film adaptation of a book series that's following an already-created narrative; it still doesn't change anything about the tale's quality or the right to criticize it.) On the other hand, this time around, we thankfully don't have to deal with the utterly predictable and tedious hunger game sections. Part 1 of this two-part climax reminds me of the first part of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows in that it focuses more on the set-up and grounded drama rather than the explosive ultimate battles, meaning that I'll likely prefer this one to next year's (yes, I much preferred the first part of Harry Potter's finale to the last half).

Moreover, the stunning visuals/cinematography really does improve with every installment. The look of these films always seem to darken and grow starker with every new entry; the style of the franchise is very much its distinctive own. As a matter of fact, the exceptional sound mixing and grand production design drastically help distinguish this franchise from the innumerable cheap YA rip-offs that came after its success.

Nonetheless, the overall cast, filled with bland pretty boys and unremarkable veteran performances, makes the entire film (which, keep in mind, is considerably shorter than its predecessors) feel like somewhat of a bore to get through. The objectives for the characters are set into motion fairly quickly, but most of the film is wasted on needless dialogue and repetitious scenes ("I love Peeta," and then, "we have to rescue Peeta!" about a dozen times throughout). It only makes it that much more obvious that the studio simply separated the films to blatantly cash in on the property—the newest irritating trend in the industry.
Slow, boring with poor acting
Let me say it right now; I hated this movie. It was bad. Look, the concept of a being movie cut into two parts just does not work. The whole thing felt like a two-hour exposition. The first 30 minutes were so damn boring I literally could not stop getting out of focus and move uncomfortably in my seat. There really isn't anything special going on as it progresses, too. There is war going on, but they do not really show it and it doesn't suck you in. It's very slow paced with lots of teenage drama and not a lot of "games" or "hunger" as in the previous films (which I liked, by the way). And now there's Jennifer Lawrence's acting, which was trying too hard (while making lots of weird facial expressions that made me laugh at inappropriate moments). Overall, I think the idea of splitting a movie into two parts; thus making the first half boring, isn't a very good one. And in this particular movie "not very good" is a compliment. 3/10
2 Hours of Nothing
Its longest trailer i ever saw in my life.

Please save 2 hours of your life and do something else. This is not "The Hunger Games" you expect, its a movie for being one. I really loved first and a second one.They are entertaining, fun, good to see with friend, eat popcorn with and so on, But this one.... its just a "wow", Its more like bad TV show then a movie.

What happens in this movie 2 hours long? SPOILER: >> Nothing! You can skip this one "scamming"jay movie.

Its more like Santa Barbara series then theater movie. And i really want to ask, god damn, why? Why this kind of movie gonna get to the theater, after that disaster TV show in movie theater Hollywood is asking why people stop going to see movies. because of this scam-films you make for sake of money.

You have to wait a year now to see Mockingjay - Part 2 to actually see the movie you expected to see this time.

Awful, Pain to watch it.
copy and paste of Battle Royale 2
Abnormally, i'd generally like to experience remade flicks. More so the if i loved the original. I know there are extremely few which equals or excels to the original but it's not a big problem for me 'cause i don't even expect them to. It is to me like a bonus track of a beloved album, no more no less.

So i got no hesitation in checking Hunger Games as well (i was even excited actually) 'cause the original must be in my all-time best 10, but, oh my..

I won't say any more about this XEROX COPY crap. (copied on retarded machine, moreover) Nough said by nough people.

Now one thing i just can't believe is how this could be legal. As far as i've read on internet articles, Suzanne Collins and her people haven't even paid a penny to the original Battle Royale makers for doing this, which means Hunger Games is not an official remake of Battle Royale. Then what the h..! is Hunger Games's identity? Some's gonna say it's JUST BASED ON or INSPIRED thing but you know it's way beyond those kinds. Then what? Sort of Homage thing ? Yea possible, but Suzanne Collins and her company have hardly mentioned about the original on either official ads & reports or non-official comments. Instead, Suzanne Collins's kept saying she's got a bit INSPIRED ONLY and Hunger Games is totally different from Battle Royale 2 or something like that. Besides, more importantly, while shamelessly copying scenes-by-scenes from Battle Royale 2, Suzanne Collins intentionally missed the KEY-POINT of Battle Royale 2's story for his own audiences' taste, for COMMERCIAL PURPOSE in other words. Then how can we call it Homage anyway ? My conclusion is : Hunger Games is not only a copy crap, it's rather A CRIME, LITERALLY. I don't understand why Battle Royale 2 makers let them make money with this stolen thing.

Am i disappointed ? No i'm fine i didn't even expect. I'm just p***ed and upset for this shitmakers' shamelessness that's all.
So terribly boring my sister began FARTING to entertain herself.

I'm only writing the further because IMDb required a minimum of 10 lines.

This movie is nothing remotely similar to the first two movies. The worse of all sequels in a series. It consists of long drawn out rants will literally almost nothing being said or done in the entire movie.

2 HOURS OF REPEATED NON-SENSE AND DRONING. I mean this honestly, acknowledging it might sound extreme; this was the worst film I've ever seen.
First and Last Hunger Games Movie I Will Ever Watch on the Big Screen
Watched the movie today and sadly it didn't add up to my expectations, and the hype that everyone was making. It is very dull. They wasted great actors like Julianne Moore. The whole movie is just all over the place. I think there was only one arrow shot. They didn't even show the cinematic effect of the bombing of the rebel base. Just some reaction of the actors-- not enough. I'd like to remember some scenes while doing this review, but none really stood out, just the face of Katniss with a confused face.

Really, this was the first from the HG franchise that I watched on the big screen, expecting it to be y'know, better than the first 2. But, nah I'll just keep on remembering the scenes from Guardians of the Galaxy and looking forward to The Battle of the Five Armies.
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