The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

2015 "Nothing can prepare you for the end."
6.5| 2h17m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 18 November 2015 Released
Producted By: Studio Babelsberg
Country: United States of America
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With the nation of Panem in a full scale war, Katniss confronts President Snow in the final showdown. Teamed with a group of her closest friends – including Gale, Finnick, and Peeta – Katniss goes off on a mission with the unit from District 13 as they risk their lives to stage an assassination attempt on President Snow who has become increasingly obsessed with destroying her. The mortal traps, enemies, and moral choices that await Katniss will challenge her more than any arena she faced in The Hunger Games.

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GamerTab That was an excellent one.
FeistyUpper If you don't like this, we can't be friends.
Aiden Melton The storyline feels a little thin and moth-eaten in parts but this sequel is plenty of fun.
Fatma Suarez The movie's neither hopeful in contrived ways, nor hopeless in different contrived ways. Somehow it manages to be wonderful
Omer Levent 8 but I wanted to give 9. The deaths of some characters were cliche. Actually, when I looked at the series, all of them died of clichés that died a little early. I can not just call it the cliché of Mags' death. This took down for me. Apart from that, it was nice to have a similar hunger games. Also in the similar chats they took every break, the pull down was the beautiful scenes. The end of Snow is an expected ending. After the bombs it was so beautiful that everything was developed outside the lead. Of course, the garden was a stage where the film could be pulled down on the stage. Apart from that, it was an impressive last beautiful series film.
Michael Ledo The film picks up where the other one leaves off. Again, there is no recap. This film answers the questions we had at the end of the last film. "What will happen to Peeta (Josh Hutcherson)? And more important, Who will Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) end up with, because this is also a love story. It isn't long before the Mockingjay "goes rogue" as the film pays homage to Orwell if I recall by high school book reports. What is important in this film is that the end does not leave you hanging, you have closure.I enjoyed the film as Katniss spouted out memorable lines as all civilian killing is personal. They are our family. Philip Seymour Hoffman died while making this film. His role was reduced to a few head shots and limit lines. I heard they were going to use CG to create his character. If they did, I couldn't tell. Good final film.Guide: No swearing, sex, or nudity.
FandomFanatic21 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2, is the last installment in the Hunger Games series. In the finale, we follow Kaniss Everdeen as she rises from the ashes to become the rebellions mockingjay and is on a mission to kill President Snow while also trying to get her Peeta back who she has now fallen in love with. Meanwhile, President Snow knows shes coming for him and throws obstacles her way to kill and stop her and her squad. The shocking ending is worth while. This movie is probably the second best in the series with action and suspense at every corner. The deaths will have you cry, the twists will have you in awe, and the end will have you bouncing off your seat with excitement. Everyone should witness this shocking finale."What do all those deaths mean? They mean that our lives were never ours. There was no real life because we didn't have any choice. Our lives belong to Snow and our deaths do, too. But if you kill him, Katniss, if you end all of this, all those deaths - they mean something." -Peeta Mellark, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 2
Tweekums After the events of the first 'Mockingjay' film Katniss is recovering in District 13 and Peeta, in custody, is still convinced that she is the enemy thanks to his conditioning by those loyal to President Snow and the capital. President Coin, the rebel leader believes that Katniss must be kept safe to be used for propaganda purposes but she is determined that once the attack on the capital gets underway she will take part and that ultimately she will kill Snow. She manages to get to the attacking forces but is put in a unit of high profile rebels who are once again only going to be used for propaganda; even if this time there is some danger from the numerous booby traps set in the outskirts of the city. When the squad leader is killed she tells the others that they are part of a secret mission to kill Snow on the direct orders of Coin. They will face many dangers and many of them won't survive before they get to Snow's mansion… then Katniss will have to decide who the real enemy is.Having really enjoyed the previous films I looked forward to this conclusion and wasn't disappointed. There was plenty of action; this was varied and exciting. At times it was a war movie and at others it was close to being a horror movie as they battle genetically engineered 'Mutts' in the sewers. While few viewers will doubt that Katniss will survive and ultimately be triumphant there are some real surprises as other characters die. Panem may be a future North America but certain aspects of the story seem to be inspired by the end of Imperial Russia with Snow in the roll of the Tsar and Coin as Lenin… promising freedom for all but likely to be the next oppressor. Of course we have to have a feel good ending… this proves to be highly satisfying even if it is more than a little unlikely that the new president would watch the execution of the 'tyrant' from a position that is only slightly above the person due to be shot! Jennifer Lawrence does a fine job as our protagonist and Donald Sutherland impresses as President Snow; somehow he makes the character not totally unsympathetic even after all we've seen him order done. The rest of the cast is pretty solid too. Overall I thought this was a solid conclusion to the series; those who enjoyed the previous instalments should enjoy this and those that didn't probably won't.