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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
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
Sadly, this doesn't feel like a complete film at all - but it offers a surprisingly realistic portrayal of a totalitarian society on the brink of an all-out civil war
It appears I'm in a minority here, because I actually liked 'Mockingjay: Part 1'. Now bear with me for a moment before you rip this review to shreds and please at least hear (or read) me out.

I do absolutely acknowledge that unlike the two previous films, 'Mockingjay: Part 1' doesn't feel like a complete film; it is practically all build-up and doesn't have a proper ending, and I agree that splitting the last book into two films was an inherently stupid, purely greed-driven decision by the studio. Also, due to that idiotic split of the last chapter, the film is largely deprived of the action/adventure elements that so many fans loved in the first two films, which must be especially disappointing to non-book-readers who didn't expect such a drastic change in tone. But if we ignore its most obvious flaws for a moment, the film has actually quite a few things going for it.

For instance, it offers a surprisingly realistic portrayal of a totalitarian society on the brink of an all-out civil war, and unlike other Hollywood adaptations of such tales, it dares to put the emphasis on the human drama instead of the special effects. And it remains faithful to the book: it would have been fairly easy to invent a couple of heroic battle scenes to amp up the spectacle (Hollywood is notorious for such disregard of source material - and such disregard for the fans), and I must say I appreciated the film precisely because of its NOT solely action-driven narrative.

But the most impressive aspect about 'Mockingjay: Part 1' is how layered it actually is. This is not the good-against-evil story of the first two films anymore: this is a really smart study on how propaganda works and how one fascist system is about to be replaced - albeit with the best intentions - by another. This kind of moral ambiguity (and again: faithfulness to the novel) is not what we usually get in blockbusters aimed at teenagers, and for that alone the film deserves some credit.

Also, what the film does masterfully, is showing how Katniss transforms upon the devastating realization that she has helped - or has been instrumentalised - to set a process in motion that she can neither stop nor control, a process which has already led to a terrible loss of human life for which she now feels responsible. She is torn apart by inner conflict because her hate for Snow and everything he stands for is bigger than ever - yet at same time, it begins to dawn on her that the leaders of the rebellion employ methods which don't seem to be all that different. The lines between what is morally acceptable and what is not start to blur. A very wise person once said: "War makes fascists of us all" - I believe 'Mockingjay: Part 1' does an excellent job at getting that point across.

Unlike in most popcorn movies, there are no mere black and white characters here (well, except maybe for Snow); instead, we get a story that - for once - hasn't been dumbed down and functions as a sincere exploration of an escalating civil war that threatens to consume everyone. And unlike most YA adaptations, the film doesn't shy away from showing what that means: the audience is left in no doubt about the human toll this revolution will take in the end.

Maybe the current situation in countries like Syria after the initially peaceful revolution that was the Arab Spring made this film resonate more with me than it should have, but I was surprised at how un- Hollywood-like this was done. And I can't stress this enough: Jennifer Lawrence MAKES this film; the whole franchise, really. The emotional intensity she brings to Katniss feels so real; it's the kind of performance that, in this kind of film, sadly often gets overlooked, but I sincerely doubt a better Katniss could ever have been found.

So my final verdict on the film: 'Mockingjay: Part 1' offers intelligent entertainment that doesn't solely rely on special effects and one mindless action scene after another. It's a fitting continuation of Katniss' journey, but - and that is the one serious downside to this film - it doesn't lead that journey to its logical conclusion. That the studio wants you to pay once more to see how the journey ends may be understandable from a financial standpoint, but it is a major flaw in the storytelling of an otherwise very good film. Likewise, the final chapter in the series (Mockingjay: Part 2) will likely suffer from having to do without all the dramatic build-up that Part 1 offers.

Still, there is a lot to like in this film and it is far from the boring mess so many reviews made it out to be: 7 stars out of 10.

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2016-05-28
Meh
The direction in this film is pretty solid, and the visuals are impressive.

Unfortunately it falls down in every other area. It's slow, boring, predictable and unbelievable. The reactions to Peeta are severely unconvincing. Seriously? In his situation that's precisely what would happen and everyone would understand that, but there has to be tension because of Teenage Drama (TM).

Yawn. It started off with a sub Battle Royale conflict and went downhill from there. The books aren't much better either, although the final ending is mildly amusing.

Go watch Maze Runner instead - it's a decent film, and an improvement over the books.
2014-11-22
Predictable, slow, boring, poor acting, etc
The first movie was fresh and entertaining. I've been dragged by my partner to watch the second one which I actually enjoyed until the end when I realized it was not finished yet. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 is simply a jock. I've never been so much bored from a movie and at some point I really considered leaving the theater. The pace is slow, the acting terribly poor and every single scene predictable. Jennifer Lawrence's character has been stretched to the maximum. All she does is crying and pretending all movie long.I will not watch the part 2 in theater nor on TV as we all already know what will happen. This movie is perfect if you want to feel frustrated, disappointed and tricked.
2014-12-30
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
Hollywood continues ripping of Asian Cinema without any explanation..
Is it just me who didn't think this film was better than the first? All the scenes were drawn out and there were so many stupid and unimportant scenes slotted in. ( Despite the fact everything was explained so a twelve year old could understand. Not only did it pretty much copy the first film. It started with Gale and Katniss hunting, like the first. All of it was a cliché and barely anything unpredictable. It's a shame that Jennifer Lawrence is incapable of making her role good. Just plain good. Nope, she's too bad an actress for that. After seeing this film, I doubt I will ever go to see another 'Jennifer Lawrence' film again unless my friends drag me to it. Save your money, do NOT spend your money on this, you will regret it. It's an awful film which contains: Clichés Plot holes the size of the state of Texas Ignored subplots Flat, boring characters Unrealistic ideas (I don't CARE if it's the future, some of the stuff is just plain stupid) Lack of acting skills. Only Phillip (R.I.P) could really do some decent acting. Even then, it was ONLY decent. Phillip was a brilliant actor, he let himself down in this film by not giving the best performance, but oh well. Finally, the most horrible thing of all: Overall. If I could rate this film, it would not even get 6 on IMDb. It'd get less than Disaster Movie, at least 1.2 stars. Do not see this film, unless of the age 12-14. If you're older, it's not a good idea. The film is not suitable for you. Honestly, the plot devices and conveniences are like they've been written by a (profanity removal) 12 year old. I feel as if the director didn't make this or his inner 12 year old allowed the script. I have no clue how Jennifer accepted the stupid childish ramble in her lines. Yes, the lines are all childish ramble. Nothing deep or clever placed into the script. It's effortless, but it is not well written. Jennifer Lawrence seriously needs to learn to pick appropriate roles. She's not a bad actress, but this is making me think she is.

I'm not sure if the film is so bad because the books weren't great, but even so, this film should have been written properly to make sure the script made sense. If you want a good film... watch Battle Royale 2: Requiem, you'll enjoy it way more than this and so will your children.
2015-04-06
janifer lawrence needs to be trained how to act
Katniss criticized her sister went back to save her cat and said the cat was stupid cat, her sister can do whatever she wants. I really hate her with no mercy with animals, and acted like she was kindhearted in the movie, such a hypocrite. Jenifer Lawrence's acting was awful, for example, at the beginning when she step on the skull, that is not how a person will act in real life, face expression is more complex than just cover your mouth and shred a tear, for people who are more emotional unstable they would even hold their fists so tight and tremble, but her character does not fit in this category and she has experience of seeing dead, so all she needed to act is complex face expression.
2015-02-07
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
A total bore, left after 60 minutes
I usually watch a movie till its end. This was the second case I left the cinema in the middle of a movie.

I can't understand the people giving this uninspired movie such high scores.

From the beginning till the moment we left this movie dragged along, without anything much happening. And understand me right, I've never been a fan of high-paced dull action-movies either. So, it is not that this movie is about being an action packed flick. This is about cinematography, the art of script-writing, telling an interesting story, creating suspense, of which this movie lacks all of it. The only instance of suspense was such a dumb and dull example of template-based Hollywood scripting that I wanted to rip the screen apart: I mean how creative is a scene which creates suspense by using the lever of an emergency situation, where within a 1-minute countdown all doors are closed in an underground bunker? And of course the heroine rescues her friend and the affable dog just 2 seconds before the massive steel doors would have crushed her bones and spilled the screen with blood.

Having read the review of another IMDb reviewer where she details how the author of the Hunger Games series actually copied and stole the ideas from a range of Japanese movies and mangas, I totally believe that. Because this is just a dumb, uninspired copycat attempt of doing something, but lacks the heart and passion.

Above all, what the hell is so interesting anyway about a teenage girl becoming a soldier? Is this a trivial attempt to recruit more female soldiers into the army? Because that is exactly how it looked like: like a remake of Top Gun for girls.

Another tidbit: who on earth goes out to fight in the battlefield only armed with a bow and a handful of color coded arrows against a fleet of remote-controlled fighter jets? And above all what is the sense of color codes if the arrows are behind your head where you don't see any colors ...

This movie is so flawed, I don't even know where to stop ...
2014-12-03
Don't waste your money
If i were you i wouldn't go to the cinema, I've already wasted my money don't waste yours too. The division in two parts is merely commercial, they haven't earned enough money with the first and the second movie (sarcasm). In principle the division could have been a good thing for the scenography, the narration and so on, but they have cut the story in the wrong point. In the end we have a slow and boring movie. In the most of the film there wasn't any action, just one arrow is shot by Katniss through all the movie! And in the majority of the film there was no tension. I didn't like the scenography, i.e. what they have chosen to play. The book is so much better. So, my advise is: Buy the book and read it, Don't Watch this crappy movie!
2014-11-23
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