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Plot: After young Katniss Everdeen agrees to be the symbol of rebellion, the Mockingjay, she tries to return Peeta to his normal state, tries to get to the Capitol, and tries to deal with the battles coming her way...but all for her main goal: assassinating President Snow and returning peace to the… Runtime: 137 min Release Date: 20 Nov 2015
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Me and my son Muhammad enjoyed this excellent film. (by muslimbellydancer)
I am a Muslim belly dancer and I love watching movies in free time. This is my first comment on IMDb. The Hunger Games:Mocking Jay Part 2 is an interesting sequel to part 1. It is the story of a strong woman rebel Katnis Everdeen fighting against a dictator president. The film is entertaining with action.When you see this movie you will feel with rebels who have been oppressed and you will come to the feeling that evil doers and dictators will sooner or later get destroyed as a result of their wickedness.This movie has been achieving international success in every country of the world. It is <more>
a film for people who love justice and democracy.Me and my dear son Muhammad enjoyed this excellent movie and we definitely advise you to see because it is a perfect epic movie.
Fantastic Action, Dark Themes and Drama, Best YA Film Yet. (by ibuy-79787)
Mokcingjay part 2 has a fantastic, brutal and honest look at the affects and harshness of war, coated and enriched with a deep and thoughtful exploration of the series' dark and gritty themes. It pushes the 12A certificate it owns to the max and uses it to its advantage.The film's action is spectacular. Exciting, and scorchingly intense, they further emphasise the brutality of war. As usual, the special effects are handled well and the film is shot in a swift manner. The central performances are stellar, with Jennifer Lawrence shining once again both as an actress and as Katniss. <more>
Returning cast do an excellent job, Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Jena Malone, Philip Seymour Hoffman and the rest of the cast. The cinematography is great. The film is well filmed, colour graded and is given a slicker and darker aesthetic.The script is a bit skeletal, with some of the dialogue being more functional than empowering, but overall the cast really make good use of their material.The third act is shocking and surprising, elevating this film to new heights. Overall, fantastic work from Francis Lawrence and all his team; this film is well acted, well filmed, well paced, intense and refined with its dark and gritty drama / social commentary.Goodbye Katniss and crew, it's been a fantastic journey.
Great Movie, great end to the Installment (by aneeqroslan)
The movie is a lot like I anticipated it to be. Special effects, plot and acting is like all its other installments, amazing. Having read the book, there are obviously scenes and parts that were 'left out' just like all the other movies that have been adapted from a novel. Especially the Mockingjay, being the last book of the trilogy, there is no room for denial that there are way too many events or scenes to incorporate in the movie. Despite that, the movie was still a thriller. Being dubbed as a war movie, there were several parts in the movie that left me on the edge of my seat, <more>
proving the movie to be action-packed. Kudos to Jennifer Lawrence for her role as Katniss Everdeen, she portrayed her exactly as Collins did in the novel throughout the whole series. The way she displayed her emotions showed no other actress could fill her void as Katniss.Part 2 however was missing a slight 'oomph' that many were expecting. Francis Lawrence wanted the movie to be exactly like the book. Yes he did achieve that, but having done that he left some important bits out. A lot of the characters in the previous movie were sidelined, like Haymitch, Effie and quite importantly, Prim. Prim was killed in the movie and her being the major reason why this story emerged, her death lacked the emotional feel that it had in the book. A possible reason behind this was because Lawrence was too focused on making this a war movie that he left behind the emotional impact on the deaths of Katniss' close family and friends. When Katniss' squad members were killed, all of them lacked the 'feel' of when someone dies, that was mainly because Francis Lawrence didn't really portray Katniss' feelings about them when they died. Yes, the movie should be as close as the book describes the plot, but to make it a better movie than it was, Francis should of shown more scenes of Prim and of course others like Haymitch and etc to remind the audience that she still exist and to build that tension and emotional impact we're supposed to get when Prim gets killed. In some parts of the movie when Prim or Haymitch and etc re-occurred, it kinda felt they came out of nowhere and suddenly one of them dies and I guess that sorta flawed the movie a little. On the other hand it is a huge contrast to Part 1, where it was full of emotions and less action packed, which might of been intended.On the whole, Part 2 was an amazing movie, one I'd definitely watch again, enjoyed it very much, made me proud as a hunger games fan. The twisted and depressing ending to what a lot of people thought would be a fairy tail closure is one of the many things that makes Mockingjay part 2 one of the best movies to end a franchise. Hope it smashes the blockbuster records. Part 2 ended the Hunger Games installment on a very high note. Really hoping that there's some sort of sequel or prequel!!!
A thrilling conclusion to an amazing franchise! (by KatieB181997)
When The Hunger Games was first released almost four years ago, I had no idea it was going to be the successful franchise it is now. I was fourteen when I watched the first film and began reading the books and each film just got better and better. This is definitely the case with Mockingjay Part 2, the thrilling and emotional conclusion of the franchise. I would also say that this is the film that, I think, is the most faithful to the original book of the same name. There were so many parts in the film that I remembered reading about when I first read the book three years ago. Whilst I was <more>
reading the books, I didn't know how the cast and crew were going to make a film adaptation in a creative and successful way. Nevertheless, they managed to do it. Jennifer Lawrence returns, for one last time, as Katniss Everdeen, the main protagonist. In Mockingjay Part 1, Katniss is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and is finding it difficult to cope without Peeta Mellark, her former tribute and love interest from District 12, as she doesn't know if he's dead or alive. She meets the President of District 13, Alma Coin, who is unsure that she is the right person to be the face of the revolution due to her struggles. However, Katniss proves her wrong and films short films, known as 'propagandas', to distract the Capitol and to persuade the people of Panem to join her fight against President Snow. However, things don't all go to plan because, when Peeta is rescued, he has been hijacked and tries to kill Katniss. This is because he's been hijacked which means that the Capitol has corrupted his memories of her to make her appear violent or a threat to him. Now, Mockingjay: Part 2 picks straight up where Mockingjay: Part 1 left, with Katniss recovering from her injury. Despite her struggles, she is still willing to be part of the fight against the Capitol but President Coin refuses and sends her to District 2 to film a propaganda, much to her annoyance. She is desperate to kill President Snow for everything he has done and goes on a rogue mission to join her fellow soldiers to take over the Capitol. President Coin is not happy with this and sends Peeta, who still has negative views on Katniss and continues to have violent acts of rage towards her. However, he is slowly recovering from his disordered views of Katniss and he begins a game called 'Real Or Not Real' to help him know the truth. This was one of my favourite parts in the book as I thought it was a clever way to help Peeta understand his disordered image. Director Francis Lawrence has stated that this is the most violent out of all The Hunger Games and he's not wrong. When, fellow tribute, Finnick mockingly states, 'Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 76th Hunger Games', it truly is like that. The Capitol itself is like an arena with thousands of deadly traps and bombs, known as Pods, lying on every corner. Katniss and her team of soldiers, one of which includes friend Gale Hawthorne, must avoid all of these traps in order to make it to the President's mansion. I had read the books so I knew what was going to happen but I was still shocked at how brutal certain people's deaths were. One specific death scene had me in tears when I first watched it as the character was one of the most likable in the series and the character died in such a violent way. There was also another death scene which had me in tears but wasn't as violent as it was so sudden. These deaths may come as a shock to people who haven't read the books. There are several new characters played by some of the best actors. Despite being only on screen for a short time, they still manage to pull it off. In fact, every actor in this film was amazing, especially Jennifer Lawrence. She is perfect as Katniss and really understands her character well. Throughout the films, I think she's definitely matured and grown into the role. I've also got to mention Josh Hutcherson as Peeta. In The Hunger Games and Catching Fire, Peeta had a charming and sweet personality but in this film, he's lost that charm due to the Capitol torturing him. He goes from being violent one minute to being really emotional. Josh really managed to make me feel sympathy for Peeta. I think this is a great conclusion to one of the biggest film franchises and I would definitely say that it's the best of the four films as there's plenty of violence, suspense and emotional moments. With brilliant acting, intense scenes, amazing special effects and great directing, this is one of the best book- to-film adaptations I've ever watched.
A Happy Audience was left Awed and Shocked In a good way (by ilike-99044)
Just a clear example of how good YA films can actually be. The acting is superb, with Jennifer Lawrence stealing the show with her most emotionally driven, motivated and dark portrayal as Katniss yet.The cinematography is gorgeous, teeming with beautiful shots and well filmed action sequences.The action sequences are thrilling, intense and vibrant. The social commentary and bleak themes of the series are explored to their extent in this last installment.Fantastic action film and fantastic piece of commentary visually displaying an important issue and topic of our time.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 2015 (by samgiannn)
The Hunger Games series has finally come to an end with the fourth and final film in the franchise and serves as a continuation of Mockingjay - Part 1. Part 2 makes up for Part 1's lack of action by being the darkest, most violent and grittiest Hunger Games film, even with the standards set by the previous films and succeeds in ending the saga in a suitably epic fashion. Mockingjay - Part 2 finds Katniss leading the rebels to the Capitol aiming to kill President Snow. The Gamemakers have rigged the entire city with lethal traps to make sport of their deaths, making it the most dangerous <more>
Hunger Games yet. If Part 1 was too slow or lacked adequate action, Part 2 is heart-pounding from beginning to end. The action scenes are more violent than anything seen in the series yet, making any deaths even more gut-wrenching. Fans of the series will find it hard to watch at times, and if you're like me, you'll be gripping your seat or hiding behind your shirt for a good portion of the film. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 ends one of the most exciting and relevant franchises today in a gripping, emotional and brutal way, and it might be the feel-bad movie of the year.
A Fantastic End To A Great Series (by matteocatilo2905)
Mockingjay Part 2 is an action packed, brutal, emotionally gut punching and wonderfully crafted film. It gives the series a sense of finality. Jennifer Lawrence, as she always is, is a stunningly talented actress and gives Katniss emotional depth. Francis Lawrence directs this film with precision and never lets the adventurous, large set pieces swamp his story and themes. The consequences and effects of war are fully realised in this final chapter. We see how an unconventional heroine turns the tide of war and turns a nation into an army of fighters. The themes proposed in the first three <more>
films are fully expanded upon and solidified.The action is grand, scorchingly intense and Francis Lawrence really pushes his 12A certificate to the absolute max. While the deaths are bloodless, the brutality of the war in this chapter is expressed with mastery. The only issue I have with the film is that the first 10 minutes are a bit slow, with some feeling as if left overs from part 1 a film I still enjoyed . Overall, a superb end to the series. A must see.
I love The Hunger Games trilogy mostly because it is so dark and brutal, and even if Katniss does what she has to do, she still suffers from everything that has happened. In a badly written version of the novels Katniss would behave like nothing ever bothered her, which would make her just seem violent and rash. When we know everything has gotten to her, we know what she is sensitive, we know that everything has actually touched her. The most horrifying thing is when you realise how young Katniss actually is. The original point of the novel series was how kids were forced to fight in the <more>
arena, and how a kid actually became the most important person to the resistance. Think about when you were 17, would you have been able to unite people against your oppressors? That's a really horrifying thought - and that was the point Collins was trying to make. Jennifer Lawrence is excellent as Katniss. She portrays her social clumsiness well, but also her emotional weaknesses and her bravery. She's a great actress, but there should've been someone else playing her, someone younger and Native , because then it would look as terrifying at it was meant to.Not all the events from the novel were included in the Mockingjay part 1 or 2. It's understandable especially when it comes to the part 2. For example, Katniss, Finnick, Johanna and Peeta being trained for the war? It would take too much time to show everything, considering how long the film already was.Some people are complaining about how they should've made the Mockingjay into a one film. I disagree. It is one film, but in two parts. And it works this way, because the second part starts so well - it starts exactly where it should start considering what happened in the end of Part 1. It works as two parts, and there was no need to wrap the story up any more. It was very dense already - things happen quickly but there is still time for important dialogue.The music in these films is almost unreal because of how beautiful it is - and it still is astonishing in the last one.The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 2 is dark and brutal, but it has hope, some amazing hope that after all that darkness makes everything better. It's an amazing finale for the best young adult science fiction stories I have read or seen.I feel weird that it's all over now. Suzanne Collins has created amazing characters who were portrayed so well over the years - or left out, as the case may be. Thanks for the ride, it has been amazing.
What in my opinion started out as a problematic and messy franchise has progressively evolved in quality with every entry, culminating in this finale which I can confidently call one of the crowning jewels of contemporary multi million dollar filmaking and a lesson for all of us on many, many things all of which I will write down in this review.Now I will say up front that I have never even touched a book of the Hunger Games series so I cannot comment on anything regarding adaptation or the decision of splitting the last one in two. From my point of view I can say that the first part <more>
definitely justified it and with this second part I can say that three minuets into the movie I wasn't even thinking of this as a second part, I was just watching a movie that motivated the presence of almost every scene.I cannot believe that the first movie which I really hated because of stupid world building, storytelling and tonal problems has evolved into a film this good and this breathtaking. The craft behind this picture is really palpable and passionate to the point that as I said it is a lesson. A lesson for what, you ask? A lesson for CGI correct use, a lesson for character motivation, a lesson for storytelling pace, a lesson for truly impactive and motivated action and a lesson about cinema, about justifying the money spent on this and giving back to the audience everything they wanted to experience, this is truly a film that respects its audience.If I hadn't seen them myself I could not believe how well the actions scenes are done. Starting just from the set-pieces which are frantically breathtaking, to the camera work which is the total opposite of what the first one is. You always understand what is going on and it always pays off. Moreover the director really doesn't give you a chance to breathe once sh*t starts hitting the fan and he carries you through the whole movie with brilliant moments. Francis Lawrence lets many situations breathe, he gives a beat, he builds suspense and tension and releases them really slowly to the point where sometimes I couldn't take the rush of adrenaline anymore. This is amazing stuff, trust me.But the brilliance doesn't end there, the characters all have fascinating archs and very good performances, Lawrence, Southerland, Moore and Hoffman definitely deserve to be mentioned above all, their commitment to this is admirable and it pays off in some performance moments of perfection. The characters also act as the foundations for what the film thematically covers, which is stunning both in the variety of it both in the way in which it covers them. Action scenes and war scenes become integrating part of these, to the same level of dialogue scenes and mold perfectly into what is at times a deeply dark look at society.Now, lets interrupt the party for a second. The film deserves to be called out for a couple of things. Firstly, a messy starting twenty minutes which shift tone and pace a little too much. Once the film starts to get going it totally transforms in what I described above, but those first bunch of scenes was a little sloppy. Moreover, the love triangle thing is just useless and unmotivated, contrary to what the rest of the film is. Every time it is brought up not many my whole enthusiasm dropped. Finally, yes it is slightly overlong.Yet, fortunately it dropped only to be picked up again by the fantastic film we have here. No matter if you read the books or not, I would even say no matter if you've seen the other films: this is a movie which justifies to itself every scene thanks to great work by all the talented people involved.