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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1
Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
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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How to level the brain hemispheres of young humans
Nothing happens in this movie. From the very beginning you get the clear feeling that you should adore Katniss, or care about her - this is ALL that happens in the movie. We get to look at her blank, emotionless, stale expressions that only change once through the movie.

And that's only when she laments over that idiot week-kneed Peeta, while she avoids Thor's brother, a guy who is WAY WAY WAY better looking and smarter and more common-sensed...

But what scenario, and what tastes, and what story can we expect from a plagiarist? Brainless authors can only generate no-brainers...

This proved to be worse than Twilight - and that says a lot...
disappointed movie
disappointment in the movie catching fire far superior main reasons for low score 1) lack of action 2)restiant leader was hiding most of the time 3) not good acting 4) lack of plot.

1st 45 min was so boring almost walked out

Lots more action in catching fire ,the producers seem to think that hardily any action is required in this final part 1.

Hopefully part 2 will be a lot better ,why this was split into 2 parts is beyond me .

The acting of the main part was mediocre at best

THe one action which Jennifer Lawrence had was the shooting

down of the bomber and that was a short lived action part
Hunger Pains
This film is not recommended.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is the third installment of this series. And it's getting progressively worse. This Hunger Games 3 is an incomplete complete mess. It should be more accurately called Hunger Games 2½, as it ends abruptly with the sole purpose to rake in more money from its movie-going audience. However, I do agree with the downtrodden in this film: let's start the revolution, but aim it against the Hollywood studios and their greed.

The film starts off immediately from where we ended in Part Two. Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) has be taken by rebel forces and her love interest, Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), has been left behind at the Capitol, captured by the evil President Snow while her close friend Gale (Liam Hemsworth) pines forlornly for her. Katniss discovers that her hometown, District 12 has been destroyed and a new band of fighters have joined forces to overthrow the corrupt government, led by female president elect Coin (Julianne Moore, speaking in a low monotone voice that is suppose to resemble authority) who wants Katniss to become their spokesperson and leader of the uprising, its Mockingjay.

Misdirected by Francis Lawrence, who doesn't build any tension in this part, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is so S-L-O-W that it appears lifeless. While the other previous films had some spark and wit to them, this one is dreary and sanctimonious. Everyone is way too serious or bland or ready to cry a single tear to show that they are really hurting inside. Believe me, it's the audience that should be crying! A feeling of distress felt by these characters overcame me in the same way as I watched this dreadful film.

The actors, especially Jennifer Lawrence as our heroine and a smirking self-righteous Donald Sutherland, do a yeoman-like job with a script that is filled with filler and lots of talk, but very little action. The script by Peter Craig and Danny Strong plods along with none of the speechifying being credible or interesting. Many of the more colorful characters established in this series are undervalued and underused. Fleeting moments of pleasure are given by Stanley Tucci, Woody Harrelson, Sam Clafin, Jeffrey Wright, and the aforementioned Josh Hutcherson. They are mere afterthoughts to the dull sluggish plot. Only the late Philip Seymour Hoffman as a controlling empowered publicist Plutarch Heavensbee and Elizabeth Banks as the vain Effie make an impression, giving the film a hint of comic relief it sorely needs.

For a sci-fi adventure film, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 has very little of both, and no hunger games at all. This is one of the more disappointing sequels ever made, not deserving of one more chapter, let alone two. Teens may enjoy this dumb movie, but I suffered hunger pains watching this insufferable movie. GRADE: C-

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waste of time and money
This is my first review ever, just because the movie was so terribly lousy that i had an urge to write something... There are hundreds of movies where you have to suppress the tears just by hearing some cello, or some emotional acting. In this one...even they try soooo hard... there is absolutely nothing... no emotions at all, no sparks nothing... just never ending meaningless conversations. (Sadly not even the music can fix that) It really is nothing more than a preview for Part 2, which I certainly won't go to watch it... I wonder how it can get so many positive reviews.... are people really that easy to satisfy, or am i asking to much of a good movie
The worst of the series, and one of the worst BATTLE ROYALE 2 ripoffs so far this year
I thoroughly enjoyed the first two BATTLE ROYALE ripoffs, they were fun, entertaining and ideal family films. Catching Fire was rather mediocre and disappointing, but any horrible assets that film had was nothing compared to this.

When I entered the theatre to watch this, yes I wanted to see it despite the trailer not looking that good, I thought if it is bad surely it can't be as bad as Battle Royale 2: Requiem. I was wrong, as awful as that film was The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 takes the cake as Francis Lawrence's worst film.

The film for starters looks cheap. The camera work at best is odd, and the VFX lack clarity. I didn't think much of the soundtrack either. I found it rather generic here rather than jaunty and memorable. And Francis Lawrence's direction is his most unfocused and inept directing job in my opinion of his career.

The script is awful, relying far too much on the English subtitles for Battle Royale 2 (The Hong Kong DVD, at any rate) and heavy-handed messaging, while the story is rushed and much too thin for the film's running time and the action is dull and not helped by the haphazard editing.

Acting-wise, this film is disappointing. The new kids do what they can, but they aren't as confident or as appealing as their Japanese counter-parts.

Donald Sutherland does give his all into a very underwritten and uninteresting villain part and his two other roles as well but at points it feels like he's overdoing it. Julianne Moore is wasted, Philip Seymour Hoffman was cut which is yet another reason why this doesn't feel like a Battle Royale 2 ripoff, Stephanie Lawrence does nothing with her role other than look like a Cabbage-Patch doll, while even Woody Harrelson is flat.

The cast are not helped by how their characters are written. The characters here are so cardboard, it is difficult to engage with them on any level.

Overall, despite the trailer I was all for seeing this film. But it was awful(as part of a franchise and on its own terms) and a big disappointment. 1/10
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.
Money hunger games
This is by the most boring movie I've seen this year. The production company just want to squeeze money out of people like me who apparently had nothing to do this Saturday afternoon but to watch a movie that maybe is okay~~ Alright, let me simply tell u why this is complete crap. Story is non- existent. Loop wholes as big as Twilight. Boring emotional scene with lame monologue.I think a law should be passed to forbid producing so many sequels for a single movie. It just make use of people's desire to finish something and the recognition from the first.. Frankly I would rate this movie zero star if I can. Yup, one more thing, Jennifer Lawrence performance was actually OK. But it is obscured by the laughable lines and story telling.
I am disappointed
I am so disappointed of the movie. And that's because there happens close to nothing. At nearly every point you notice it's stretched for making out of one book two movies. At the beginning I liked it, because many parts of the book found their way into the movie. But I realised transferring the story of a book 1:1 into a movie isn't that good.

(NO SPOILER) As an example they need about 5-10 minutes just to go down a staircase, back upwards because "missing" something and down again. And nothing really happens. All the time absolutely no excitement rose in me and I just got bored. And I am pretty sure this should be a part where your heartbeat is meant to been rising.

Sure there are some nice and decent scenes but most of the stuff is just lame. In the book it works but clearly not in the Movie (plus the showdown of the book is missing because of the split).

But at least I enjoyed the screenplay of Josh Hutcherson and Philip Seymour Hoffman, which lifted the Movie "up" to 3 Stars. I hope the last one gets back on the level of the first two movies.
Why u spend money and our time for such bullshits?
It is one of the most boring meaning...senseless and i don't understand some people who judge this movie because of the acting of main actor?!?!?! Who is responsible for wasting two hours of my life with such a loser subject? Maybe the game is famous and beautiful to play and this loser director should create something more nicer than just a game and i realized that this director is good to spend money for fake empty boring senseless ideas. I didn't understand anything what happened. I don't know what is the idea of this movie, what is the subject or what is the moral. I cannot tell even to my friends what happened in these two hours with this Katniss or Peeta or other amateur soldiers with their pretending moves. I would punish this director not to have chance to make a movie again in his life.
Big yawn, what a waste of time
What a waste of my time this film was. The acting was so flat you wonder whether the director also slept through it all. Indeed, we all know the actors are good but, watching them in this film, you'd think they're straight out of a failed 2nd grade sitcom. There is no tension whatsoever, no excitement, no suspense, no life.

The storyline is even more boring than the acting and the special effects are like watching paint dry.

What a load of drivel the dialogues are and don't start me on the music which is no better.

Looking at the 7.5 IMDb user rating I now know for sure that the studios have fake user accounts to cheat the IMDb rating. Looking at metacritic high scores also demonstrates what goes on in this movie business/PR/marketing. Some people are definitely corrupt.

OK it's my fault: I know better and should have left the theatre and gone to bed earlier.
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