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Francis Lawrence
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
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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A 2-hour movie that could be condensed to 20 min
This movie was extremely dull and boring. You could probably skip watching this movie in the series and you wouldn't miss much. The story was dragged out so much that I found myself shifting in my seat and just waiting for it to end.

The acting was especially bad and I was cringing at the amount of cliché lines. My friends and I were also really surprised by such a lack of chemistry between Katniss and Peta; their relationship is so forced and I had difficultly even caring about the characters because they are so underdeveloped. So many scenes were completely unnecessary; they added nothing to the story and were just there to take up time. Mockingjay was extremely disappointing even though I went in with low expectations. 2/10, would not recommend.
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!
The Long Anticipated Set Up Movie
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Donald Sutherland,Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Julianne Moore. Just to get something straight I feel splitting a movie into two parts is dumb and studios do it just for more money and I find it irritating. Not every finale of a young adult novel needs to be two parts. That being said "How is Mockingjay part 1? " Is it a big step up from Catching fire? Frankly its pretty boring and basically a huge waste of time. Nothing really interesting happens in this movie. Bonding moments that don't need to happen between characters that feel pretty forced. Some dialogue and extra propaganda speeches to make the run time just a little bit longer. More characters that were throw in your face with really no character development at all. Katniss doesn't grow as a character from the last movie. Besides shooting an arrow at a jet which is shown in the trailer all Katniss really does is Propaganda Commercials and cry over things. Also all of the other characters that you already know you don't really care about them at all throughout this movie either. Really the only person you care about is Katniss kinda. Shaky cam has made a return from the first movie and isn't that why the change of director happened for the second movie? Wasn't the point to get rid of all that? I guess not. A couple of cool moments happen but that doesn't really help much. I mean the best parts of this movie were promoted in the trailer. Don't get me wrong this isn't an awful movie it's more of a very long trailer for Mockingjay part 2. What I did enjoy was all of the propaganda parts which was a nice change from all the killing in the first two movies and the last 15 minutes. A camera crew follows Katniss around to make propaganda commercials and then the capitol will fire back with their own propaganda stuff. It's a political fight. Honestly the propaganda concepts was really the only thing keeping me awake. I have to be honest I started to dose off a couple of times. The last 15 minutes it starts to build up and things start going down that makes it feel like the actual movie is fixing to start and it just ends. Kind of in the way The Desolation of Smaug did as well. Now you have to wait another year for the movie that you wanted to see in the first place. In the end i was really bored throughout this movie. This is just a waste of time to get more money out of the franchise. Even if your a fan of the novel wait till next November to see this movie so you can go see part 2 right after and pretend like part 1 doesn't exist.
"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.
Battle Royale 2 without Cheese.
Many have said this before, but I'm afraid I have to repeat the opinion on the account that a surprising many have decided that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is worth of anything more than 1 star in IMDb. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is a unscrupulous photocopy of the masterpiece BR2, and should be avoided, if not boycotted.

Some will claim that The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is a 'tribute' or a 'remake' of BR2. To them I ask one question: "What kind of filmmakers make remakes of a movie when the original came out two years ago and has been selling DVDs very well internationally?" It seems that this particular brand of American cinema has decided that it is quite content making money off of other people idea for free. And though it is impossible for the original filmmakers to sue the filmmakers of BR2 (on the account that USA copyright laws does not allow for such suit), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 should be remembered as a true stain on the development of American Cinema.

Because it has photocopied a great movie, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 avoids being an absolute terror of a movie. However, this does not excuse Miss Collins and the section of 'Hollywood' that has involved itself in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1's production. Because of the blatant plagiarism, and the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1's makers absolutely refusing to apologize and reimburse the original filmmakers, I must say The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 deserves 1 star, if not 0.
A 'Battle Royale II: Survival Programme' for the Little Ones
Common face it, this playoff of this movie has been done before. If you have any experience watching Battle Royale II: Survival Programme, produced by Kinji Fukasaku, this movie uses all its layup, and ideas to the fullest, with a mixture with the original Battle Royale from 2000. Battle Royale II: Survival Programme though, is much more deeper and philosophical about the ideas that this movie tries to touch upon. I do not find this movie unbearable bad, sure it is tedious, but it lacks originality and just steals ideas which has already been made and does it the Hollywood way, which in the end just come out as a faint copy.

What makes me frustrated is the ignorance people are showing that just hail this movie as good, cause they have not experienced motion picture outside U.S, and ignore the fact that this movie rips off altogether which has already been done before. If you liked these ideas and the dark perspective this movie tried to bring , and even remotely think this is a good movie, then watch Battle Royale II: Survival Programme, and you will be amazed what had been created more than 10 years ago, with much more depth and originality.

The movie start to build some character and some mystery but totally lacks out before the movie ends which is sad. As it stands, the movie is a PG13 version of Battle Royale II: Survival Programme, with a hint of the original Battle Royale from 2000, a touch of the original Battle Royale manga, minus any irony or humor, with a lot less gore (to keep it PG13 no doubt), and a lot more cheese.

The one thing that might have set it apart from its many predecessors would have been the political and social background story which is hinted at in the brilliant but short performances of Tucci and Banks, but gets drowned out by the tedious, incoherent, and unconvincing attempts at action and cheesy teenage romance of the Twilight variety.

Even though the "action" is clearly intended to carry the movie, given the amount of time devoted to it, it is largely vapid PG13-type stuff. Common sense isn't the strength of any of the contestants, which gallivant unguardedly and noisily through woods, emoting when disagreeable stuff happens. BR2-inspired gimmicks abound, all of which totally predictable as they are introduced hamfistedly one by one during the onslaught of the PG13 revolutionary violence phase.

Movie making is a business, and much of the revenue comes from young people, and there is every reason to believe that this movie is successfully catering to their tastes and preferences. Unfortunately for the rest of us, this means that all the interesting commentary on our own lives and societies that the source material might have contained is only a small subtext to a teenage drama that has been done before, better, sharper, and more convincing. Unfortunately, for more than two hours, that's just not enough.
Plagiarism, plagiarism
War movies have always been a favourite genre for me, and in Mockingjay we get war in all it's horror and heroism all tied into a comprehensive and intelligent bundle that is carried effortlessly by Jennifer Lawrence. The direction keeps us focused on Lawrence, she is in 95% at least of the scenes and she dominates. Her portrayal of Katniss as a damaged, fragile and very young girl who is also the main prop of a rebellion against horrific oppression is spellbinding.

The fact that the script makes no concessions to the action junkie is IMO at least, only to be commended. The rest of the cast seem to have been inspired by her formidable work. Everybody has raised their game to match her, I can't think of a weak link in the rest of the cast's performances. Liam Hemsworth at last make Gale real. There are too many really to list here. Stand outs for were Josh Hutcherson's Peeta, Elizabeth Banks Effie, Philip Seymour Hoffman's Plutarch and of course Donald Sutherland's Corialanus Snow. A great story needs a great villain and his Snow is both fascinating and repellent.

And on a final closing note, this film makes the eternal whining of the so-called BR2 'fans' look more justified than ever and leaves you scratching your head wondering how entire sequence are shot for shot ripoffs. How can this go unpunished?
Please stop comparing these films to Battle Royale!
They're totally different in mood, feelings, and content. Hunger Games gets to see a female lead and one who doesn't have to use sex or promiscuity to be powerful! That alone makes this book/film franchise a winner in America. People, please remember that most stories are merely adaptations of other stories told before, just like with Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, A Christmas Carol, etc. There have simply been too many creators writing for too many years for anything to be truly fresh and original anymore. Almost every story you read or film you watch is lifted from a story told before (think about Disney-Almost none of their films are original, yet everyone loves them!). So while you're bashing all of the Rip-Off artists, like Suzanne Collins, just think about how many of your favorite books or films may have been stolen from someone else's idea, perhaps even hundreds of years ago.
What have happened here?
No, seriously? I thought I made a huge mistake and went to a kinder garden movie or something. At the end of this film there was a very serious dilemma in my mind – to cry or to laugh. To cry for the time and money I spend, or to laugh at what I just saw? To cry for the people who will be misled by their expectations from the book, or to laugh about the people who actually put a lot of effort in creating this "thing".

Where to begin? Directing. May be Francis Lawrence idea was to show us that he is capable of making bad movies as well as good ones. Constantine was good. A little bit above average. I am Legend was very good! Especially for the fans of the genre. Water for Elephants was a soap opera but it wasn't bad. And now this … My guess is that he left his skills, his talent and everything he knew about creating movies and started from the bottom. I felt like the director of this movie was learning how to direct during this shootings … Usually what we see on the screen is the director perspective of the story. We see how he sees things. If this is his perspective about this potentially good plot, than he is the one to blame for the crap we see.

Adaptation. I didn't read the books. They weren't so famous in my country when the first movie came on the big screen. At first I was interested. I am a fantasy fan, a sci-fi fan I love this kind of stories. Some things didn't make sense but it was all right. Then the second movie repeated everything from the first one. Why? And on top of that the story doesn't give anything original or unique. I have read a lot of similar books and I have watched a lot of similar films. Where is the one thing that is supposed to grab the attention? May be the book is better. But there is nothing in the world that can make me read it now.

Dialogue. OMG. This was seriously the worst part of this movie. Who wrote that script? Hello! We are not that dumb, okay? Most of the sentences were as simple as they were written for children. Every scene was so obvious that everyone should be able to predict it! Most of the lines for the main characters were extremely lame and flat. You can hear your mind finishing the speech before the actors said it.

I can continue more and more but this is enough. The last thing – *SPOILER* the scene with the sister where she left her cat and she ran to save it. HA-HA-HA :D. 5 minutes of creating funny tension with loud sounds and creepy music. Just a lot of shouting and running up and down. A scene totally unrelated with the plot, completely useless in terms of creating or developing character (if there is developing of any kind :D) and absolutely boring.

1 point for Jenifer Lawrence, 1 point in memory of Seymour Hoffman and 1 point for the movie.
Just like Eragon
For those of you who like the Hunger Games: I suggest you do watch Mockingjay, the third installment in a four part movie series based off of the Hunger Games trilogy written by Suzanne Collins, but only if you wish to be disappointed. This movie was clearly split in two in an attempt to make more money, emulating the last two movies in the Harry Potter franchise. However, this movie was unlike any of the Harry Potter movies. The movie was riddled with poorly edited shots, weak dialog, and in certain parts, very poor research. I was forced to endure too many close-ups of Jennifer Lawrence to count and cringed every time that I heard her scraping whiny voice. This was probably due to poor direction and useless producer. Now, I only watched the first half of the first Twilight movie (the disc, luckily, was scratched) and I believe anyone who would agree that that poor excuse some producers like to call a film, was bad, would also agree that this movie, was a catastrophe. The movie was doomed from the start, because both the producer and the director saw fit to take a nap on their jobs and overuse Jennifer Lawrence, the cash cow, perhaps a very good actor (no one could tell with the poor writing camouflaging everything), so much so, that not even the presence of Woody Harrelson helped. If we are lucky, perhaps Mockingjay will come out as a single movie, while completely ignoring whatever this film had that passed for a story, perhaps with both a successful director and producer in charge.
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