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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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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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The 2nd BATTLE ROYALE Knockoff: Far Superior to the First!
I can't believe they got the rights to crucify BATTLE ROYALE 2 with this rubbish!!! I mean why bother... They have totally destroyed a cult movie of very high standard. The acting in this"effort" is shabby, the cinematography is amateur, the dialogue had me in stitches from start to finish. I found myself in tears of laughter at how bad this really was in every way possible.

I think the most tickling moment is when they tried to re enact the "battle dome" fight scene with a hugely inflated Katniss Everdeen - it was like seeing a hippo on speed - the original was one of the most memorable fight scenes ever choreographed but this was like a terrible outtake.

I hope the actors and director of this nonsense look back at it and cringe with embarrassment because I certainly did.

Hollywood have their crack at Battle Royale released some time this year, I hope and pray it's not as bad as The Hunger Games - one thing this film is not is Hunger for sure - its bloated and stuffed with cheese from the opening scene !!!
Main Concept Copied From Kenta Fukasaku's 'Battle Royale' sequel :/ (Warning : Spoilers Ahead)
Kinji Fukasaku is a name associated with top-drawer, interesting cinema, carefully chosen plots and perfectionist execution. Unfortunately all of those seem to be completely untrue in this new movie, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The second film in the unofficial remake franchise, is, a mindless movie trying to be intelligent, an unfunny movie trying to be funny and a thriller as thrilling as a commercial for Apple computers. In simple terms, the movie fails miserably. This is some of the laziest script writing I've had the displeasure to experience in years. Without further ado, i present the plot and somethings that are wrong with movie: Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark become targets of the Capitol after their victory in the 74th Hunger Games sparks a rebellion in the Districts of Panem.

The exciting parts of a PG-13 movie are the details, this movie lazily skimps away from all of that to cut to the love triangle. Now, this escape was what this movie is supposed to be all about, but you lose faith once you recognise all the trappings from the Japanese original. Okay I'm cutting the plot line short as its easier to read it up in Wikipedia. With semi decent acting, horrible music, depressing comedy(Helmsworth), this movie is aimed exclusively at the rural audience who have been numbed down enjoy ridiculous cinema. Please avoid this movie at all costs, let it be know that the audience expect some intelligence, or lets at least, say, some thought to whats being filmed.
Not the best movie
I have read all 3 books and the first movie was good but this time round there was a lot more in the book that was not in the movie so the movie to me was not the best at all. I am hoping that the last movie will be a lot better than this movie. In a way I think they should rethink the movie and do it over and they just might get it right, like I said there was thing in the book that could have been put into the movie. This time I would have to say the book is way better than this movie will ever be. sorry people but stay home and read the book and save your money. 3 out of 10 is all i would give this movie. Oh yes even my dad was not very happy with this movie as well
A BATTLE ROYALE 2 Rip-Off The Highest Order
Some stories are built on passion, some on courage and some on hope. Very rarely do you come across a love story that encompasses itself around a life-or-death contest. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire introduces us to the world of Katniss Everdeen, who mirrors the most innocent of sentiments which lie locked up within the depths of our heart. She wins us over in the first frame, because she is one among us. It is not her heroism which makes her a heroine, but her vulnerability which makes her endear-able. The audience falls in love with Katniss because she is scared of the unknown just like us. What makes her a hero is her conviction and spirit, which makes her embark on a wide-spread journey for the search of love and faith. It is somewhere in that journey, that you no longer root for Jennifer Lawrence and her victory, but for Katniss and her belief, which makes The The Hunger Games: Catching Fire a winner right from the opening credits.

Her name is Katniss, Katniss Everdeen. Brought up in an unforgiving society, Katniss battles the alternate evils of racial profile and scornful peers with equal focus, trying to make sense of the world that burns homes, bullies people at school and make a false show of sympathy. She goes by the doctrine of the Mockingjay, which teaches her that there are two classes of people in the world, those who are good and would offer a lollipop and those who are bad and would point a sharp stick. There is no caste, creed or religion but just people who shape the world. It is this philosophy which Katniss carries forward in her love and faith, painting her journey in a collage of alternate light and dark emotions, shadow plays of human nature which guides her to the world or perhaps, guides the world towards her.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is appreciable because of its brilliance, acceptable for its nobility and unquestionable in its integrity. Suzanne Collins weaves in a tale of love, faith, strength and humanity within a cinematic frame of timeless minutes pulling out a riveting and compelling human drama of innocence poised against the system, through the filtered sensibilities of a patient suffering from the effects of unjust society, one who cannot understand the world, but love it enough to change it. The keynotes of each frame, drenched with subtle social comments and complex emotional undertones makes the movie an amalgamation of the colors of hope and persistence, with layered textures of unspoken bonds. With Katniss Everdeen, Collins succeeds in bringing the system on trial through the eyes of one who cannot bias herself on any ideology, making her emotions pure and though provoking, which touches the innermost chords of the heart, moistening the eyes and serenading the senses.

The story is filled with emotional subtexts which move at breakneck speed throughout the length of the film, constantly switching gears between the palettes of emotions. The dialogs exude class and confidence holding grip of the story yet laced with the finesse that allows for emotional drama combined with spiritual uprising, casting a dark satire on the entire system and its treatment of identities. The script penned by Collins is one of par excellence, allowing the audience to blend into Katniss through her smiles and tears, laugh in her joy and cringe with every blow dealt to her. The screenplay drops hypocritical moral ambitions to make scathingly relevant comments on modern outlook of the world, making it rise several notches above anything attempted in modern-day Hollywood.

In the end, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire becomes the experience it is because of Katniss and Peeta, essayed flawlessly by Lawrence and Hutcherson. Lawrence exudes the spirit of Katniss in every breath and pulse of the film, putting in a performance that is beyond any benchmark of excellence. She controls every single emotional nerve of the audience with vacant stares and dimpled smiles, towering like an illusionist conjuring up a magical performance of a lifetime. She breaks every stereotypical mould attached to her to rise like a phoenix from the ashes with Katniss, who reigns over the audience in a sweeping wave of emotions, establishing a bond that scales beyond the arc-lights of the 70mm screen. She is complimented by Hutcherson whose very presence lights up the entire room with just a flashing smile. He balances the sensitivity of love and charm with the emotional conflict of a ravaged heart with effortless poise. The interactions between Hutcherson and his merry company form the highlights of the film, filled with the cackling chemistry of a uninhibited passion, captivating the audience in the mesmerizing spell of the couple. Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy delivers a matured and restrained performance while Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne blends in simplicity with sensibility in a performance that comes straight from the heart. Donald Sutherland is exceptional as President Snow in his mannerisms while the supporting cast all deliver credible performances including Jena Malone in a dazzling cameo.

There will always be movies that enchant us with their magic, but there will hardly be a journey that goes beyond cinematic borders to deliver the experience of a lifetime. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is undoubtedly the new face of global cinema that enthralls with each passing frame, healing the hidden scars of the heart with its message of a better and humane world. There might be superheroes, but there will never be one Katniss Everdeen, who takes pride in being ordinary and yet changes the face of her world.

Earlier time scales used B.C. and A.D. to mark important events. After 14th December 2012, the scales of humanity would mark the world before and after the release of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

My Rating- 0/10 (Too derivative!!)
Boring ***yawn*** Good ratings, a mystery!
Don't waste money, no story, you don't feel for the characters. The end is so abrupt every one was waiting that at least director would give one good scene, but credits appear.

2/3 movie is about last movie and it was too hard to relate to any character and you feel what do I care...in last 30 minutes games start, no parallel story lines for other participants, again you feel I don't care if they win or loose. The action scenes are very average and the entire movie is so predictable.

It does not deserve this high rating. You will find it uninteresting and hard to retain interest for 2 hours and 40 minutes.
1 in the film I was watching part, I've never read the books but boring I do not mean this term because people with real film culture, does not use such a large organization. I found the movie lacking in most important thing was action. Only the last 45-50 minutes of the movie action had. Te film into the stagnant and uninteresting until then developments passed. In addition, the desperation of the people in the film at the very front was the plan. They were so desperate that every event has a really unhinge and has reduced the credibility of the film. The visual effects, and in the last section action was very nice. I understand that action 3 intense in the film so shall it be. Rate a film based on the very bottom. The particular Thr, The Hobbit by The Desolation of Smaug Of. All personal'm thinking. Sincerely.
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.
Remake (particularly bad one) of Japanese Battle Royale 2
Hollywood should NEVER try to be as ambitious to tackle films like Battle Royale 2. American morality eventually gets in the way. Such attempts are cringeworthy. Do not bother watching Hunger Games 2 unless you like talentless 'eye candy' type films. Watch the original instead. What is it with Hollywood anyway? They shamelessly copy from oriental cinema/Bollywood and try to pass it off as their own. You can't help but feel disappointed. It was a massacre of the cultish Battle Royale 2. You have to have a strong stomach to stomach some of the things that happen in Battle Royale. Its like Bollywood was sugar coating the themes in Battle Royale and what do you end up with? A version which your granny can watch with you without feeling too offended. If that was the case then Hunger Games should never have been made. Well it shouldn't have!
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.
Unbelievably stupid in almost every sense
I have nothing good to say about this film, nothing at all. Catching Fire is a film made by an incompetent director based on a garbage script featuring soulless performances and edited in the most hamfisted way possible.

It only exists to appeal to the easily impressionable who mistake poorly implemented themes of violence and romance for depth and to vacuum as much money as possible from the YA audience.

The Hunger Games series is an entirely cynical enterprise with not one redeeming value, do not encourage such practices by paying money to see this film.
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