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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
Adventure, Sci-Fi
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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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Sprint to a dull crawl
Quickie Review:

After the events of 75th Hunger Games, Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) is rescued and brought to District 13 where the rebellion is brewing. Now she must become the face of the rebellion as both sides use propaganda against each other. Meanwhile, Katniss is overwhelmed by balancing her responsibility to the people of Panem with her desire to save Peeta (Josh Hutcherson). Mockingjay Part 1 is strong when it comes to the acting talent involved and showing the behinds the scenes propaganda of war. However, the decision to split the story into two parts has really hurt this movie by making it feel incomplete and filled with overstretched melodrama. While it is not a complete failure, it may be better to hold off watching this movie till Part 2 is released.

Full Review:

I never read the books but I enjoyed the last two movies in the franchise, especially Catching Fire. While I can't say I was aching to go see Mockingjay Part 1, I was interested to know how the story progressed after the cliff-hanger of the last movie. I was concerned that splitting the story into two parts may have been a detrimental choice, unfortunately my concerns were legitimate.

I know I'm coming off really negative but there are definitely some gems in the movie. Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss and Donald Sutherland as President Snow, were the best part of the movie. Watching them clash and play strategic moves against each other was intriguing. The rest of the cast do a good job in showing how they have been affected and changed by this war. This is the first time we see the world outside of the actual Hunger Games and District 12, which helped enrich this movie's universe. Uniquely we get see how propaganda plays an important role in the war. I can't remember the last war movie that delved into that aspect. On top of that, these propaganda pieces were very moving thanks to the rage fueled words of Katniss and the fear mongering of Snow.

A lot of the problems for this movie stem from the fact we are spending 2hrs on half a story. This led to us having an entire movie where Katniss keeps crying and moping about either Peeta or the people of District 12 being dead. The feeling that the movie is overstretched is only compounded by how several scenes are just a rehash of a previous scene, for example the recording of a propaganda (3 times) and multiple scenes per character sulking about the people suffering. Look I'm not heartless, I understand those are devastating things to happen to a person, but we want to see the story move forward. I can honestly say that apart from Katniss becoming the face of the rebellion, there is no significant plot development since Catching Fire. There is all this slow build up but that's all it is, a build up to an end that is unsatisfying. Essentially this is a 2hr preview ad for Mockingjay Part 2, and quite frankly I felt mad about this when I left the cinema, and that doesn't happen often.

The pathetic cash-grab moves by studios to split the movie into two parts is the root of all the problems for Mockingjay Part 1. To fill the run time the movie is stuffed full with melodrama without much weight to make you care for long. All the momentum that the previous two movies had built has now come to a dull crawl. I'd recommend skipping this movie till Part 2 is released and hopefully enjoy a more complete story.

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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.
2 Hours with little to no plot
This movie, as indicated in the summary, did not have a plot. When saying this, I am aware that the movie was produced from the first half of a novel, and is expected to omit the climax of the novel which will come in part 2, but this motion picture was simply boring.

From the very beginning, the film features slow cuts and a plethora of dialogue that nearly lulled me to sleep on a weekend night. In contrast to its prior two films in the series, Mockingjay had no combat, no conflict, and effectively nothing to do with the Hunger games.

For two hours, I watched Katniss walk around a deserted area completely desecrated from warfare, while she was filmed with the hope that she would say something inspirational. It was on par with a documentary of the world's worst group of advertisers attempting to shoot a commercial. At one point a child risked her life to save a cat, and the antagonist rained white roses around a building he destroyed after an hour and forty minutes of nothing. To top it off, the movie ends with the main characters boyfriend trying to strangle her, with absolutely no resolution.

It is clear to me that the developers of this film failed to recognize that a single novel has a fully developed plot, but taking the first half of it and creating a film, leaves out half the plot.

My advice is to wait a year, and watch the two movies together when part 2 is released, because this one alone is a giant waste of time.
First and Last Hunger Games Movie I Will Ever Watch on the Big Screen
Watched the movie today and sadly it didn't add up to my expectations, and the hype that everyone was making. It is very dull. They wasted great actors like Julianne Moore. The whole movie is just all over the place. I think there was only one arrow shot. They didn't even show the cinematic effect of the bombing of the rebel base. Just some reaction of the actors-- not enough. I'd like to remember some scenes while doing this review, but none really stood out, just the face of Katniss with a confused face.

Really, this was the first from the HG franchise that I watched on the big screen, expecting it to be y'know, better than the first 2. But, nah I'll just keep on remembering the scenes from Guardians of the Galaxy and looking forward to The Battle of the Five Armies.
what a bad movie!
I wasn't a fan of the first 2 Hunger Games movies. I thought that the first one was a bad version of Battle Royal (yes, no matter how the writer denies it, there are too many similarities to the story for it to be a coincidence). The second movie I just found terrible. I didn't plan on going to see this third movie, but my friend convinced me to go anyway. I didn't plan on reviewing this movie, but I was so annoyed by it that I had to. The writing for this movie is just awful. I can't blame the actors for their performances, there is only so much they can do with the material. I think they did okay with what they had, but that didn't make it good. Overall the movie was just boring. The pacing was really slow. Not a lot seemed to be happening. And just when I thought it couldn't get worse, Katniss starts to sing a horrible song. And when I thought it couldn't get worse than that, a choir starts to sing along with her! I would never ever recommend this movie to anyone. I must not be the right audience for it. What I would have liked to have seen in this movie was Katniss and Peeta get together and be forever referred to as either KatPee or PeeNiss. I'd settle for any one of those.
Very long and very boring
I really enjoyed the first two films, and was looking forward to the next installment. However all I saw was 2 hours of Jennifer Lawrence looking either angry, miserable or crying. There didn't seem to be anything of value to make this an actual independent film. When all is said and done this film will be the one out of the boxset which everyone will just skip. I don't see how they couldn't make mockingjay just one film, even if it lasts 2 and a half hours. I haven't read the books so I'm not sure how much is left to see but nothing happens in the film. This could have easily been cut down to 30/40 minutes. Very disappointed and highly unlikely to go watch the next installment.
Disappointing Boring i wanted a refund because this was just bad
Hello people,

I was such a huge fan.even considered getting myself a tattoo(mocking-jay) then I watched the movie.Utter disappointment.it was boring,long and lacking action.

It felt like the others mentioned like watching a long long trailer.When the movie ended everybody was like:''no way.is that all?''.

Don't get me wrong,I truly loved the first 2 movies but this one could have been easily scraped.The whole idea of splitting the movie into 2 parts backfired.Should have been 1 movie.Disappointing.Let's hope the next part will be better.Peace!
The Boring Games: Mockingjawn - Part 0,5
Sooooo, this was boring.... Sorry to be blunt and all, but that's just the sad truth I'm afraid. As other reviewers already mentioned... nothing really happens in this Part 1. Everything just feels like it's building up to something and then there were credits. Kinda like the first Hobbit movie.

I liked the first 2 movies of Hunger games. It even convinced me to start reading the books. Books are great... but then again, these books can't be stretched anymore to make more money. Aaaaand the movies can. Let's lure more people to the movies, yeah!

So, if you feel like watching a trailer of about 2 hours... be my guest. I'd advice to see the real trailer, it pretty much sums everything up.

Oh yeah acting not bad but mostly forced dialogue. Almost George Lucas'ish... 3 action scenes that'll wake you up in time before the movies over.

Can't wait for part 1,5!!!!!!!!!!!!
The worst movie of 2014
I have to admit that probably never looked more boring blockbuster of this. Stretched to the pain, the enforced acting, empty dialogues, in two hours absolutely nothing worth mentioning, aside from the great James Howard's song sung by Jennifer Lawrence (The Hanging Tree). Unfortunately, I was expecting a lot more after the first two episodes, although we all should be clear when they changed the original decision to extend the trilogy in four parts. The horror of this desperately poor screenplay could not be mended nor sound actors. Hollywood seems to run out of steam... This garbage was never meant to be taken and company should pay back the money to people and even compensate them for mental anguish and lost time watching this disaster. Big thumb down! (and ready rotten tomatoes)
Didn't we just see this as Battle Royale II: Requiem?!?!?
The easiest thing to do with The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, a "don't call it a remake" of Kenta Fukasaku's 2003 pioneering dystopian film Battle Royale II, is to simply dismiss it.

Know that this isn't a particularly good film, let alone a capable rehash. It feels burdened by stilted direction and gormless editing, and in some ways defiles the original work by making overt what was far more subtle in the original.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is a film that fails twice - I believe it will fail to impress audiences unfamiliar with the original film, nor will it provide anything particularly revelatory to an audience familiar with the Japanese version.

It's no wonder that the translation to a Western audience is a challenging one - even the terminology of the film's title isn't really part of the American idiom. Once you've accepted that the film is kind of a mess, it's still quite interesting to break down just what Collins has done to transplant the story. This is part of the "reimagining" rather than the remake, and I credit the work for at least attempting something new, recognizing full well that a shot-for-shot redux would be in some ways even more disastrous.

Alas, things go wrong pretty spectacularly on many fronts. There's still all the same elements, but again this is a mere echo to the original, perhaps shocking to an uninitiated audience, but more likely to simply be one among many ways that the film jabs at what has come before. It's both trying to be its own thing while echoing the past, and while this is a laudable task, here it seems futile. We lose the incessant urgency of the original film in exchange for a baddie that feels like a Prime Minister Yuki wanna-be (or, worse, the bad guy from some later-numbered Die Hard movie).

Still, it's in the definitive scenes from the original that Lawrence's film really shows its stripes, and it feels like some amateur karaoke version of the original. Instead of a taut, visceral nut-punch of a scene, it all feels tacked on, like some hurdle that needs to be overcome in order for the film to satisfy previous fans. Not only is nothing new done in these scenes, it in some ways shines a pall on the original, making on some level the well regarded scene in Fukasaku's film seem lessened somehow. Yes, it's that bad, a swooping camera that makes the action feel tedious rather than energetic, repetitive rather than illuminating of both character and actor.

I wanted to love this film. I went in with appropriate levels of cautious expectation. I believe there's a space for outright plagiarism like this, and don't abide the fact that some films, particularly genre films of this type, are sacrosanct and somehow should be free from being remade for an English-speaking audience. When done well, as Lawrence's mentor Martin Scorsese did with The Departed, you can in fact pay homage excellent original, finding ways of expanding the narrative with grace and sophistication.

Alas, Lawrence's folly is that all of his visual and choreographic contributions seem to be lesser than the original. The script twists itself into contortions to make things even more monotonous for those familiar with the original, but it does so at the cost of some of the more subtle elements of character and morality that Fukasaku's film embodied.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is a film without an audience, either neophyte or those familiar with the previous work, yet I still encourage you to see it. It's in some ways a cautionary tale about this kind of filmmaking. It's a film that fosters discussion about the nature of ripoffs more so than it does about story or character. Its plot is far more interesting for how the writers have crafted different ways of trying to do similar things, and some may find fodder in dissecting the differences between the passions and perversities of both American and Japanese culture.

What 2014's The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is not is a standalone work. It's a film that exists solely as a distorted reflection upon what the credits almost sardonically fail to credit, ignoring both the manga source material and the authorial attribution of Japanese writer Koushun Takami as well.

It's a brave path to take, and would be key to the film's success if it earned any, but instead we're left with very much a failed attempt by a filmmaker that seems very much like he's entirely out of his element with this work.
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