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Francis Lawrence
Amanda Plummer as Wiress
Alan Ritchson as Gloss
Paula Malcomson as Katniss' Mother
Sandra Ellis Lafferty as Greasy Sae
Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne
Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair
Nelson Ascencio as Flavius
Lenny Kravitz as Cinna
Willow Shields as Primrose Everdeen
Bruce Bundy as Octavia
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen
Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy
Jena Malone as Johanna Mason
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee
Jeffrey Wright as Beetee
Donald Sutherland as President Snow
Elizabeth Banks as Effie Trinket
Toby Jones as Claudius Templesmith
Josh Hutcherson as Peeta Mellark
Stanley Tucci as Caesar Flickerman
Storyline: Six months after winning the 74th Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen and her partner Peeta Mellark must go on what is known as the Victor's Tour, wherein they visit all the districts, but before leaving, Katniss is visited by President Snow who fears that Katniss defied him a year ago during the games when she chose to die with Peeta. With both Katniss and Peeta declared the winners, it is fueling a possible uprising. He tells Katniss that while on tour she better try to make sure that she puts out the flames or else everyone she cares about will be in danger.
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This iteration of BATTLE ROYALE is an OK film in it's own right, but will fall short if you expect it to compete with the original.
n case you want to compare the original to this version than you'll surely be disappointed. Now that we got that out of the way let's dive into the review.

This version of BATTLE ROYALE can best be described as a 1.5x fast forward version of the original film. The film hits most of the major plot points from the original with some changes here and there, and at about 90 mins the film runs quickly through the narrative, and it feels rushed and disjointed. While watching this film it almost felt as if the filmmakers assumed you watched the original, which is nice since the film hits it's high notes splendidly. The torture and death scenes are tastefully swept under the rug to allow in the PG-13 ticket-buyers, at least within the film's realm of 'reality'.

Jennifer Collins, who plays Katnis Everdean, is perfectly casted as a troubled male, Japanese youth who takes almost everything in his life for granted. The other cast members do a fairly good job acting as their Asian counterparts, while at the same time not giving them any nods (or actual credit)...

Without divulging too much of the plot, those who are afraid that this version is in anyways tamed will be pleasantly surprised by how intensely PG-13ish things get, and like the original film, you'll be disturbed yet fascinated to find out what happens next. Although I'm not a fan of the ending of the film it doesn't ruin the film at all. It more or less gives audiences, who have watched the original film, a fresh interesting take from the original.

Overall this iteration of BATTLE ROYALE is a solid interesting dstopian saga that will entertain anyone under the age of 16. But again, if you try comparing this film to the original than you'll obviously be disappointed.
Who let them do this crap?
Went and saw Catching Fire the movie. What can I say. Wait for it to come out on DVD. Read the book so much better. Granted all the money wasted on all the extra special effects could have been used to add more information in to the movie. The only real part of the movies are as follows. They go in the games they come out. They go in the games. Destroy the games. In the last one I will not say seeing not everyone has read the books. I will just say this movie is not "The Hunger Games" based on the books. It's the half ass movies with a hack story line that they pulled out of a book. Found what they thought to be the most eye catching events to draw in the unwashed masses. I feel insulted by these movie. Just like it say in the move & the book "Hope". Well after this one. All hope is lost for the movie. Good thing I have all three books! I really recommend reading the books over this hack movie. In the end. Just like ghost busters they should have just stopped. If you go to see the third movie when it comes out either around the end of 2014 or 2015 DON'T. The writers and director have gone to show they have no clue what this story is about. It has become their stolen story from 3 great books.
Missed the point of the first movie
This movie was complete crap. It totally missed the point of the first movie. First off, the hunger games themselves are supposed to be the people in the games killing each other right. Not anymore. I mean, a few if the players were killed by the others but in the end, most were killed by the disastrous weather and other things. It was basically just Peeta, Katnis and their allies running away from whatever thing Snow sent to kill them instead of the other people. Second, we never really got to know any of the other tributes. Towards the end they kept saying that these two people were still out there and I just kept asking myself, who are these people. You never knew who the real threats were in the competition. Finally, the ending was horrible. My brother looked at me and asked if it was over and all I could say was i don't know. People say that it was a cliff hanger. It was not. They tell you where the important people are and what the Capitol did.

The only positive i found in the movie was the acting. As always Jennifer Lawrence was amazing as well as everyone else.
Its sad to see plagiarism being supported by so many people... ---This, to me, is the real moral to the story of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

I refuse to put more than a one due to plagiarism, but...

The Good: The costume designer was good at replicating designs from the Japanese original! For the most part, I felt, the acting was a bit higher than the average jr high school drama dept. efforts.

The Bad: Worst idea ever to transform this premise into a kid/teen book and film.

Stop shaking the camera.

The Terrible: Suzanne Collins plagiarizing, Koushun Takami's novel Battle Royale 2; makes me feel all the worse after reading author Koushun Takami comments on being plagiarized. Koushun Takami is a stand up guy even after someone blatantly stole from you.
Poorly written, poorly executed, no character motivation, no reasoning, and no logic
After hearing this movie was better than "The Hunger Games" I was mildly excited. I liked the original Hunger Games, even though I didn't think it was a masterpiece, I still thought it was entertaining and mildly interesting. So I sat down and watched the movie and...

My goodness... rarely have I been so mad at a film.

Imagine a movie where none of the character's have true motivation, the enemy has no motivation, all of the scenes are random and pointless, characters are never fleshed out, the color palette is boring and dull, and everything is absurdly made... This... is Catching Fire.

The movie Catching Fire starts off a little while after the first movie where Katniss is attempting to have an emotional scene with her lover from District 12... this is one of the first main issues with the movie: All of the emotional scenes are either poorly acted or poorly directed. The movie is so bleak and emotionless that the actors try to act bleak and emotionless when there are emotional scenes, and it loses the general impact that it should.

Not to rip on Jennifer Lawrence (she has had some good parts in other films) but her character is so insanely one-dimensional and forced that it is almost unbearable to watch. This could the director's fault or it could be her fault, but either way it is really bad. The character "Katniss" never seems to actually feel or... how to say it... "think". Everything she does is spontaneous and forced. Here is an example: Katniss needs to be mad so we will make her randomly run off dramatically. Katniss needs to be showing an attitude so we will have her drink out of a bottle of alcohol. Katniss needs to care for Peeta so we will make her randomly make out with him. Katniss needs to have one-liners so we will make every SINGLE WORD SHE SAYS A ONE-LINER!!!

Starting to see a pattern? Katniss isn't a character in this film... she isn't even a human being... she is a plot-device just to have certain events happen. If the movie needs a sad scene then it will make up a reason for her to be sad. If the movie needs her to cry for no apparent reason it will find a bull-crap reason to make her cry. This becomes super frustrating because it makes her impossible to relate to. Who is Katniss? What is her personality? The answer is: Nothing. Her personality literally changes between scenes. In one scene she is Katniss and in the next scene she is drama-girl.

That is just one issue. The next big issue is the villains... and my goodness does this section fail hard. The bad guys in this series are just... too evil. There is nothing wrong with villains you love to hate, but this kind of becomes similar to the finale of Breaking Bad where the villains are simply too cruel and too unforgiving to really... understand. For example, someone raises their hand during a speech, gun him down immediately. Another example is where a military leader who is in charge of District 12 comes in and kills the old leader of District 12 for... no reason. It doesn't make any sense. The movie is trying to say "Look, he is cruel and unforgiving" but why on earth would he kill his own military equal? Just because the bad guys are BAD doesn't mean that they are illogical. A system where everyone kills each other on a whim wouldn't hold up for more than a couple of years and this has been supposedly going on for 75 YEARS!!!

And again, the villains in the movie have no motivation. Why are they evil? Because they are. Why do they kill? Just because. Why did they start a military campaign on District 12? Just to show that they are evil. The villains in this film repeatedly say "We want to give the people hope, so that they don't need a reason to rebel" however, throughout the entire film you see them destroying their hope. As mentioned before, the bad "Peacekeepers" go into District 12, start torching houses, and start destroying all pictures of loved ones...

WHY? THAT IS LITERALLY THE ONE WAY TO MAKE PEOPLE MAD! For bad guys who claim to want to "Control the people by giving them a little bit of hope" they are doing a bad job by crushing all of their hope... and then outright killing those people for no reason.

This is only the beginning for why this movie is so bad. Other annoying things are the fact that characters we have seen maybe for five seconds in the previous film are supposedly important now and have their own emotional scenes. This makes it awkward because there is an emotional scene with a character who we don't even know who it is. The movie is just a jumbled mess. It feels like someone read the book and said: Let's throw in random scenes from the book without any clear reason... we will just throw in random points from the book and hopefully the audience will understand.

All in all, this is a poorly directed film and is really boring/obnoxious to watch.
a colossal disappointment
What a colossal disappointment.

While the first "Hunger Games" movie was successful in so many ways -- fine acting, suspense, moving character development, dramatic action, and provocative thematic material -- this sequel advanced on none of those successes. It was a true yawner. Actually remarkable for its lack of originality. Only in the final moments of the film was their even a suggestion that a new idea might be introduced. And then only to end abruptly in cliff hanger.

Only a die-hard sucker will be inclined to see the third film in the series after the disappointing experience of sitting through this one. This is a movie that will leave you angry and wanting to demand your money back.
Badly directed with poor dialogue.
I went to see this movie after seeing that in IMDb, it got a rating of 8.3 out of 10. Even though I saw some bad reviews about it, I was certain that a movie that got such a high rating in this kind of site must have something to offer. My god was I wrong. Where do I begin?

Dialogue is poorly written and awkward at times. For example, when Peeta finds a pearl in the clam he just tells Katniss "For you" or something, and she replies with "Thanks" and takes the pearl. Wow. Just wow. What was the screenwriter or whoever writes that thing thinking? I honestly started laughing when I heard these lines.

Screen time is wasted and an hour and fifteen minutes into the movie, almost nothing happened and I started drifting away, something that has never happened in the first movie which I saw like three times. They did switch directors from the first movie, and it shows.

Unlike the previous Hunger Games, the sequel is plain boring, even in its most action-packed scenes, such as the toxic fog and the part where Peeta dies. So they manage to get past the fog and Peeta lives. Wooh, a twist! Everything that happens is so damn predictable and just uninteresting. Since over an hour passed until the games actually start, we don't get a chance to bond with the other tributes, and we just don't care about anyone except Katniss and Peeta. The part where the old lady runs into the fog in order to "save the others" could be much more emotional for the viewer if we only cared about her!

Also, ending a movie with a cliffhanger like this is just frustrating and plain lazy. This is something you can do in a TV series, where you get to see the resolution in the next episode in a week, but when done in a movie, it is clearly a way to force us viewers to watch the next sequel in order to get a satisfying resolution and cash-in on the way. In short, the ending is disappointing and doesn't resolve anything that happened so far. Did I just pay a full price for a prequel to when the story really kicks in to action?

I can go on and on about other things, such as the poor decision-making done by some of the characters (The bare-chested tribute knifing down the genius' wife while exposing himself to Katniss shooting him in the chest) or the stereotypical depiction of soldiers being sadistic, ruthless and unmerciful like robots instead of showing some small shred of humanity. I mean seriously, the Nazis weren't this cruel.

However, there are some good sides to this movie. Jennifer Lawrence acts wonderfully and does try to express some of Katniss' feelings. She does a great job. Josh Hutcherson gives a decent performance as well, playing the confused-from-love-and-fame Peeta. Other side-characters are depicted very well, and the overall acting in this film is superb.

Here and there there are some stronger scenes that save the movie from being a total bore, such as the fight against the baboons and Katniss and Peeta's first speech which was wonderfully acted.

Overall, this is a 5. There are some bright spots here and there in this movie, but they are just outweighed by the general boredom and heaviness of the rest of the film, and I found myself not giving a damn about nearly anything that happened on screen. Great acting and some strong scenes are burdened by poor dialogue and weak directing.

And that's pretty much it. I can't believe that this movie is believed to be one of 2013's best movies.
The whole premise of the movie is hard to swallow, both in the first movie and in this one.

The relationships between people also feels forced. There isn't time to develop them. They should stick to a simpler story instead of making up this elaborate, but unconvincing story. I almost quit watching the movie but decided to endure.

The best part of the movie is the later part where they fight. But even this part is just so-so.

The most laughable part is when Catniss waited for the lightning to fire her arrow. Electricity travels at almost the speed of light. But in this movie, they are slowed to a few feet per second.
Big disappointment (may contain spoilers)
I am so disappointed in this movie. I loved the first movie. This movie has maybe 5 minutes of plot spread out over 2+ hours. This movie should really have been a 5 minute epilogue on the first movie or, better yet, a 5 minute intro sequence on the next one - the impact would have been much greater.

The direction and production were flat and uninspired, the story non- existent (and if this matches the book as described in another review then I have no interest in the book either.) At the closing logo my first reaction was "Are you s****ing me, that's it?"

I am sad to see such a failure to reach potential, especially with an overall story line I find meaningful and important.
Don't believe the fangurls!
Not a good movie at all. How it gets an 8.2 average IMDb rating I'll never know. The dialogue is written for (and maybe BY?!?) 12 year olds; the story is, to be kind, contrived; and the acting/direction make you feel like you're watching one of those TV shows that somehow manages to have a huge budget but also low production values. Don't waste your time. Of course, the movie will haul in a ton of money and so everyone involved in making it will receive attention and accolades, but this turkey is definitely not going home with any of the big prizes this award season, except maybe a Razzie. How can the reviewers above think that this schlocky film is anything even remotely approaching some sort of cinematic masterpiece? Studio plants: that's the only explanation that makes sense, right?
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