The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

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Directed by : Francis Lawrence

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Realizing the stakes are no longer just for survival, Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence) teams up with her closest friends, including Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), Gale (Liam Hemsworth) and Finnick for the ultimate mission. Together, they leave District 13 to liberate the citizens of war-torn Panem and assassinate President Snow...more


“Stirringly presented, this one makes for a fitting finale to the long series.”

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It's finally over. The series that started the whole "Young Adult" fad in Hollywood has reached its conclusion. Annoyances regarding its splitting into two movies aside, The Hunger Games: Mockingbird part 2 is a pretty good film, and a satisfying end to the series. The previous movies have had an eerie feeling about them that has been kept intact in this installment as well.

Mockingbird part 2 starts off almost immediately after the first part left off, with Katniss still reeling from the attack by Peeta. She's enraged at the psychological damage done to her friend by Snow and desperately wants revenge, but Alma Coin, the leader of district 13 has different plans. She cannot risk her trump card, Katniss, getting injured or killed, as she still needs to use her as a political tool. A face off against Snow looms closer as the world changes its face around them.

The Hunger Games : Mockingbird part 2 is a fitting end to this saga. Fans of the series need no encouragement to watch it but should be relieved to know its worth their time. The ending is a bit long and protracted, and makes you wonder if it was really necessary to split the movie into two parts, but again, this a minor issue in an overall satisfying experience. Panem continues to feel as desolate and foreboding as it did in the previous films. The movie uses a lack of color to its great advantage, adding to the overall environment. This one is definitely worth a watch.

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