. Let me start of by saying that this movie was the best movie I have ever seen in my entire live. First of all I do give this film credit for the following items: scenery, acting, and pointing out that most of humanity is sheep; that being said let's get the review going. As her squad starts to get smaller and smaller, will she make it to the Capitol? Peeta Josh Hutcherson is volatile as he turns his anger towards Katniss. She is a good actress with great emotional expression however I just could not emphatize with Katniss here. You could say she has two sides to the coin. I have to say that it's not true.
I tortured my self to watch it to the end, just to be able to see how much nonsense one can fit into a movie, and oh boy was i not disappointed. As usual, the special effects are handled well and the film is shot in a swift manner. Too bad he died too early before this movie got finished, but his absence doesn't distract anything from the movie. When you see this movie you will feel with rebels who have been oppressed and you will come to the feeling that evil doers and dictators will sooner or later get destroyed as a result of their wickedness. But even my low expectations were not met. I try to understand fans, try to understand people that loved the books, but oh lord, how can someone rate this with more than average at best is beyond me.
The rest of the cast seem to have been inspired by her formidable work. The third act is shocking and surprising, elevating this film to new heights. Hollywood strikes again with its horrific trend of splitting single books into multiple movies, and surprise! Stand outs for were Josh Hutcherson's Peeta,. Synopsis After young Katniss Everdeen agrees to be the symbol of rebellion, the Mockingjay, she tries to return Peeta to his normal state, tries to get to the Capitol, and tries to deal with the battles coming her way. But overall, I hope this movie gets more credit than it deserves. It is somewhat a non-happy happy ending. As such, I already didn't have high expectations for part 2.
Obviously the execs don't care, because we are forced to see two movies no matter how good they are if we want to finish spending time with these characters, but come on guys. On the contrary, it's what makes it more intimate and absorbing, creating a sense of atmosphere that is altogether dull and beautiful at the same time. She's really the one who drives this movie and giving it more layers than the script has provided. After the completely over-hyped first installment, I found that the series was actually getting better, which was unexpected due to how lame the first film was. It is disappointing to see such an awful final movie of the series Mockingjay. Taking off directly from 'Mockingjay: Part 1', Katniss, now slightly damaged, and her team of rebels are still trying to end President Snow's tyrannical leadership and create a revolution. They're all amazing, but I must appreciate the sewer action sequence the most just from the hard work given from the cast and crew.
For someone who was expecting a great feeling leaving the theater, I got more than I've bargained for, and in the last scenes which I won't spoil any of it I didn't really realize that I'm crying. But the main star here of course is Ms. I was hoping for a great ending for such an anticipated movie and was greatly disappointed. You can sense this in the film which does not have much of a plot, scenes that are purely filler and the story just crawls because the book that it is based on has been split into two which means more padding than a model wearing a wonderbra. Jennifer Lawrence played Katniss Everdeen unlike in the previous ones. I must say, it was quite the continuation of Part 1, and if you adored Part 1 like me, you would have loved this! ~TonightTurnYourWeaponsToSnow I watched the Hunger Games and Catching Fire movies before reading the books.
Even the end scenes were about as exciting as a wet weekend in Grimsby. Now that Snow has filled the Capitol with booby traps that resembles the actual Hunger Games, it is up to Katniss whether her nation can live in peace once and for all. Part 1 suffered from the usual issue with these films as it was totally focused on the set up, and part 2 was totally focused on the payoff. From my point of view, it's different by the way the makers decided to end this movie. Which I didn't mean by disappointing. Snow meanwhile wishes to spring a trap to finish off the rebels.
Glad that they were able to film some of his sequences before his tragic passing. To me, the editing was not done well and the actors' didn't give me the impression of full commitment. Some storyline or dialogue changes from the book might have helped. People have been really bashing this movie for the lack of action. This movie truly shocked me. I thought wrong because instead of a great climax it was more of a damp squib. Great actors like Julianne Moore as the cold President Alma Coin and Woody Harrelson as Haymitch, who is more serious than before.
I'd recommend watching the first one in close tandem though as it will clear up some of the fog that the 2-parter creates. The film's action is spectacular. And, the franchise has finally come to an end. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 2015 is a very slow paced film with 3 actual action scenes; most of the film looks as if it were filmed inside one location of green screens as the cast slowly moved from right to left for scenery alignment. Character motivations were all over the place, and plot points and lesser characters were severely underdeveloped in certain spots. The film is entertaining with action. But the biggest problem was that these two movies added up to close to 5 hours, and still somehow managed to be riddled with confusing moments and plot holes.