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2 1/2 Tubbs of popcorn; The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

2 ½ Tubbs of popcorn

One of the personas of Jennifer Lawrence’s character, Katniss Everdeen, throughout

“The Hunger Games” series is the Girl on Fire, the sign of a savior in an approaching

revolution. The final installation in the series could be described as a movie on fire,

or rather, one you would probably prefer to throw into a fire.

Save a few beautifully choreographed action sequences which kill off some of the

forgettable characters, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2” simply doesn’t cut

it, as few series finales like this do. The previous installment, “The Hunger Games:

Mockingjay – Part 1,” does a nice job of setting up a finale, but by the end of the

movie it’s clear that not a lot actually happened. The same can be said with the

entire first half of “Part 2.” Parts of the film are nap inducing. Huge chunks contain

dialogue and character development devices seemingly intended only for those who

read the books, and other huge chunks of dialogue are embarrassing,

uncomfortable, or unintentionally funny.

 

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