The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

2014

Action / Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller / War

1073
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 68%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 429552

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Cast

Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen
Jeff Glover as Peacekeeper
Jessica Yoshimura as D 13 citizen
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872.81 MB
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
P/S 8 / 12
1.85 GB
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English 2.0
PG-13
23.976 fps
2 hr 3 min
P/S 24 / 97

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Vartiainen 6 / 10

Why is this in two parts?

The Hunger Games story continues with the third installation, Mockingjay. And it's about as padded and needlessly long as every other two-parter we've had since the studio executives came up with this money-grabbing monstrosity of an idea.

Not to say you shouldn't see this one if you've liked the previous Hunger Games films. This continues the story just fine. Jennifer Lawrence still shines as Katniss Everdeen. Her presence and talent hold us through even through scenes you instantly recognize as needless padding and waste of our money. The returning cast is also as talented as they've always been and most of the new characters are also casted without hitches. Julianne Moore is perhaps a bit too... Julianne Moore to play President Coin 100 percent convincingly, but she has certain presence as well, that cannot be denied.

What bugs me is the story. The book itself was the weakest of the trilogy, though not by much, and it seems that its faults bleed into the film. Especially because the iron tight pace of the previous installations is thrown straight out of the window and we spent most of our time building up atmosphere. And building. And building. And... You get the point. There's very little bang for your buck here and even when something substantial happens, it simply lacks that edge.

Plus, they had the perfect closing scene, and for some reason they decided to keep going for about five minutes. Trust me, you know where they should have ended it when you've seen the movie.

This is a good movie. It still looks great, the main actors are brilliant and it has enough depth to impress through its story alone. I just wish they had had the integrity to go with one movie. It very well might have been the best Hunger Games movie of the three. It would have had two movies before it to build up momentum and steam. Instead it lifts up the pedal from the gas and decides to stroll over the finish line. Poor form, extremely poor form.

Reviewed by fadybteich 5 / 10

Boring Boring Boring !

Even worst than first two movies ! Not what you expect at ALL ! Zero action scenes, after all its a sci fi and action movie ! at least some nice fighting scenes ! Just lagging scenes, drama drama, bla bla, useless scenes just to fill the time, just like a loooong introduction to the part 2 movie !

Even if considered as a drama and love story, it still lacks lots of thing, and acting of Philip and Julianne is bad, it's like they are "acting". I just wonder how it got some high ratings, don't advice to watch unless u need to know a little what to expect from next part, but i doubt u'll need it cause nothing much to get from this movie.

Reviewed by seanandrewstevens6 1 / 10

Minor Stuff goes on in a bunker for 2 hours: The Movie

I came out of the movie theater annoyed, and I felt like I wasted my time. The acting wasn't very good, and the plot felt like it was moving at an extremely slow pace. The action scenes were cheesy, and nothing actually happened besides rescuing the captured tributes. This being shortened into a one hour movie in my opinion would have been much better.

The movie should be renamed, 'Minor Stuff goes on in a bunker for 2 hours: The Movie'

I really hope the next HG movie makes up for this one. All of the dialog was cheesy, and unrealistic. A 3 hour Mockingjay movie would have been much better.

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