🎦 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 full movie HD download (Francis Lawrence) - Adventure, Sci-Fi. 🎬
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
Year:
2014
Country:
USA
Genre:
Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
6.8
Director:
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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Reviews
Plagiarism..Plagiarism... Everywhere
Literally, each and every character, most of the action scenes, and dialogs in the film are inspired, or say blatantly copied from the Japanese Battle Royale II film.. You name a character, you got him in this film. Even the background score is lifted from BR and BR2. And the worst part is that this plagiarism didn't pay off in the end. The screenplay was very poor. Action sequences looked too much fabricated, super slow, and lacked depth. It's a congery of B-grade visual effects, melodrama, and toothless humor.

Final word: If you're are an eleven year old with no Hollywood experience, it's a treat for you. Or else, don't bother watching it.
2014-12-15
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.
2014-11-27
Jennifer Lawrence Horrible Acting
I just got home from watching this movie and had to express my frustration. This had all the foundations of a solid movie. Great production. Good cast. Decent story- although they were working with half a book worth of material so they stretched it out until it was pretty thin sometimes. There was less action in this movie than the other Hunger Games- this one was more of a political intrigue focusing on character portrayals with Katniss at the center; lots of focus on her inner turmoils.

So a lot of the movie focused on Katniss. And Jennifer Lawrence's acting was just horrible. She was crying and being hysterical like four out of every five scenes that she was in. Lots of sophisticated actors and actresses in the movie and then there was Jennifer Lawrence like she was straight out of high school trying too hard and overdoing everything. It was very irritating to watch her for two hours. Imagine having to watch a teenage drama queen have attitude followed by breakdowns for two hours. To tell the truth I am surprised because she came across as a sophisticated and mature actress in American Hustle.

Her performance reminded me a little of Shea LeBoef's acting in Transformers. Just neurotic and way over the top. Some people might like it. Not my style.

Was it not for her, the movie was pretty good. She just managed to singlehandedly drag it down.... a lot.
2014-12-05
Dull as dull can be
Like watching paint dry. Boring to a mind-numbing degree. How many times can we see Katniss be horrified and/or emotionally distraught? Maybe the filmmakers thought they were adding depth to their characters. Well, they were wrong. Instead we, the audience, sit through one scene after another in which really nothing happens at all. This whole thing could have easily been compressed down to 40 minutes and then we could have had the rest of the book as the rest of the film. This felt very much like they were stretching it out so they could make two movies - which is the new thing to do in Hollywood with these franchises. Not good storytelling.
2014-12-21
Very Slow Pace; Almost 2 Hours of Melodrama with No Payoff
Let me first note that I am an avid movie-goer, but not a reader of the books. I did, however, watch the first two Hunger Games movies and was pleasantly surprised by them. They kept my attention, with plot and performances intriguing and action-packed enough to get from one scene to the next without a dull moment.

This latest installment is the exact opposite. The movie opens with some melodramatic scenes where Katniss (JLaw) suffers from previous trauma, then scene after scene just keeps rehashing the same weepy look on her face partnered with some sentimental background music. "Remember how President Snow tried to kill everyone in our district? Sniff." followed by "How could he do this again in this district? Sniff." then "Why is he doing this to my friends? Sniff." over and over until the end. Imagine that for 2 hours. That is essentially this movie.

Other scenes later on are just variations of the same - different scenery (a town in ruins, a mountain lake, a bomb shelter), different characters to ruminate with (the old flame Gale, old allies like Finnick and new ones like the District 13 folks, the sister Prim) - but they essentially are the same scene. I really wanted to tell the director the whole time: "Ok I get it, they are all angry and hurt. Now what? Please advance the story." I understand this treatment is beneficial at the start to provide some exposition on how the characters are brewing in their discontent and how it all boils over later on, but that's also what the first two movies already established. To fill 2 hours of the supposedly climactic final chapter with further exposition is just too much, perhaps unless you truly are a solid fan and have the patience to wait it out.

There was one final part in this movie that was intended to be a climax of sorts before the cliffhanger. It's the only scene that promises some sort of cathartic, action-packed sequence, but they skip the meat and flash-forward until after the event concludes.

There were, however, some good scenes of rebels rousing here and there that were quite entertaining even if they were also just more exposition fodder. At least they reminded me to wake up from time to time.

I think this is the unfortunate fault of the cash-grab strategy of trying to split the last book into two parts. The movie just feels so out of place with regards to momentum, which was a very positive thing going for the storyline in the first two movies. Even though Catching Fire was essentially just going back to the Hunger Games, it still felt fast and different enough to keep me tuned in. This movie managed to rehash itself endlessly and leave me feeling like nothing of gravity happened after my viewing experience... and it tried so hard to make me care via the melodrama, yet I am left unsold.
2014-11-20
Big Disappointment of the Year
I don't know how this movie got 7.5 out of 10 so far but for me its awful. There's not much to be happy about in "Mockingjay," which shouldn't come as a surprise if you've read the book (it's pretty depressing).

Much of the film plays out in District 13, a secret underground bunker revealed in last year's "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" that's led by President Coin (Julianne Moore).

Unlike the previous two films, "Mockingjay" doesn't have a whole lot of action. Katniss fires off only one arrow throughout the film from her now iconic bow. The first movie of this year that I kept checking the clock for movie to end . It was so boring , I felt like I just watch 1/4 of the story line . I should have watch Big Hero 6 second time rather than paying to see this movie
2014-11-22
A Review
Stop doing these Part 1s and 2s. And why do you have to have a 2 hour film about making commercials for a revolution? That is the only thing going on. Jesus, and then JLaw keeps crying on about Peeta. Why is he even called Peeta? What a stupid name. Every name in this film is stupid.

I mean, why not call him Peter? Parents who call their kids Peeta should be arrested. I bet some parents are calling their newborn son Peeta at this very moment.

I can't take anything seriously when I hear the name Peeta. This film would've at least gotten 2 stars from me if he was called Peter instead. P.O.P Hold it down! Pimp Squad 4 life!
2014-11-21
Disappointing
Great acting from the cast; especially Jennifer Lawrence, the characters were as believable and entertaining as they were in previous films, this is pretty much the highlight of the film.

The plot however was dull and uneventful, as in nothing really went anywhere. in the majority of the film there was no tension; for the most part it was basically "stuff happens in a bunker for 2 hours: The Movie." which is super disappointing because although I haven't read the books; I'm told by people that have that they skipped a bunch of the action and downplayed the apparent love triangle.

If you wanted an action packed flick like the first two or you are the type of fan who doesn't like stuff in the book to be left out, you will be sorely disappointed as this is clearly a filler movie to get some extra $$$ before the series ends.

wait for DVD.
2014-11-20
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!
2014-12-22
Very Boring
This movie was both boring and disappointing. Those calling it the 'Best Games yet' are i believe paid. This was not the best games yet, Catching Fire is 10 times better. Total waste of money, there were some good parts but thats not enough for the overall movie. And Jennifer Lawrence's acting was just boring, not enough character in there compared to her Catching Fire Katnis.

This film was a total waste of money, and the Part 1 and Part 2 thing, is just a grab for money. This isn't Harry Potter or Twilight, this is terrible just utter crap.

Good Day, I'd like a refund
2014-12-01
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