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Year:
2013
Country:
USA
Genre:
Thriller, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
IMDB rating:
7.7
Director:
Francis Lawrence
Amanda Plummer as Wiress
Alan Ritchson as Gloss
Paula Malcomson as Katniss' Mother
Sandra Ellis Lafferty as Greasy Sae
Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne
Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair
Nelson Ascencio as Flavius
Lenny Kravitz as Cinna
Willow Shields as Primrose Everdeen
Bruce Bundy as Octavia
Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen
Woody Harrelson as Haymitch Abernathy
Jena Malone as Johanna Mason
Philip Seymour Hoffman as Plutarch Heavensbee
Jeffrey Wright as Beetee
Donald Sutherland as President Snow
Elizabeth Banks as Effie Trinket
Toby Jones as Claudius Templesmith
Josh Hutcherson as Peeta Mellark
Stanley Tucci as Caesar Flickerman
Storyline: Six months after winning the 74th Hunger Games, Katniss Everdeen and her partner Peeta Mellark must go on what is known as the Victor's Tour, wherein they visit all the districts, but before leaving, Katniss is visited by President Snow who fears that Katniss defied him a year ago during the games when she chose to die with Peeta. With both Katniss and Peeta declared the winners, it is fueling a possible uprising. He tells Katniss that while on tour she better try to make sure that she puts out the flames or else everyone she cares about will be in danger.
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Reviews
As bad as many of the real reviews say
I'm not a Harry Potter fan and haven't read the books. But I will admit that they did a great job of polishing those films, making the dialogue reasonably natural and the characters show chemistry and depth.

The entire Hunger Games films are almost devoid of real emotion. It's almost as though there is BAD and GOOD. Katniss is GOOD. The others in the Games are mostly BAD. None of them seem to be concerned about the impending death that virtually all will face, just acting bad. The dialog seems stilted and what you'd expect from a child's book.

Thinking about the logic of the plot and the uprising (whatever that is supposed to mean and we never get a feeling that the poor districts have mounted any sort of problem that the ridiculously wealthy can't handle.

The acting is intentionally over the top to show the badness. Stanley Tucci does a fine job, as always, but it's so over the top to be completely absurd. Even The Running Man did a much better job than this.

A friend who read the books said that all the characters were written this paper thin. It's as if you must check all brains at the door and do not think about whether anything really makes sense if you give it more than 2 minutes of thought. The Games themselves don't seem to exist except to create a spectacle for the reader or viewer. This is like pitifully bad science fiction that is geared towards 5-7 year old audiences who mostly don't understand things too deeply.

This film is a colossal waste of time unless you are a fan of this silly series. If you're renting, make sure you can accomplish something else at the same time so you don't feel like it's a total loss.
2014-03-07
Mass Marketing Storytelling 9th Grade Literacy
Your very first experience with this film is with the dialogue which should leave you wondering what level audience this film is trying to reach. I would guess any barely functioning ninth grader was their max literacy marketing level. Acting was robotic with actors chosen for eye candy appeal. Plot wise The Hunger Games "starving" comes from a lack of creative storytelling; just far-fetched improbabilities filling 3/4ths of film then to close with the same old ending we've seen before, i.e. brief, boring scenes of someone quickly (for budgetary reasons) dying. Even then you really don't see much of that person's finale - they just cheaply disappear. Even the lack of an ending/closure is transparent storytelling for profit.

Watch "The Starving Games" spoof/parody of this movie for it's spot-on exposure of the juvenile mass marketing appeal of this movie.
2014-03-21
Was excited, but was disappointed
all this movie does is give Hollywood another shot at more money. This is not the end of the districts, only the middle. When a movie ends and leaves you with wondering how the next movie will turn out, is pure profit for the movie makers. this movie is just part 2 of 5 movies soon to come to a theater near you. Plus is Jennifer, she is awesome. Want to leave the theater wondering what happens next? watch this one. I actually fell asleep to awake wondering if i missed half the movie and to my amazement, it was only 5 min. some cool parts, but predictable. and who are these other people that we want to survive, but then again, wonder if they are evil. this movie i feel is a scam. a scam to get you to go to another movie that is to be announced down the road. just like breaking bad. sometimes its best just to end the movie and move on.
2013-11-29
Takes some swallowing.
Nasty President Snow (Donald Sutherland) isn't very happy with Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), joint winners of the 74th Hunger Games, whose behaviour has promoted rebellion in the districts, so he fiddles the rules to get them back into the arena where he hopes that this time they won't make it out alive.

Admittedly, I'm probably one of the few people to watch this film without reading the book first, but I hold the firm belief that any film should stand on its own merits without the need to 'gen up' on the story and characters beforehand. Sadly, unless the viewer is already familiar with the material, I reckon there's a good chance they'll be asking quite a few questions along the way.

Nearly two-and-a-half hours should easily be enough time to satisfactorily explain matters, but certain aspects of the plot still left me puzzled (not that I'm advocating an even longer cut of the film to make things clearer—147 minutes was more than enough for me!). Despite help from both my wife and daughter (who HAVE read the books), I was frequently left scratching my head in bewilderment: If Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman) wanted to keep Katniss alive, why did he risk killing her with poison gas, mutated apes and a rapidly rotating island, all of which almost finish her off? With flash floods and poison gas attacks, wouldn't there be the possibility of every tribute dying at the same time? Why do the tributes bother forming alliances when they will have to kill each other sooner or later? Was Beetee's plan to destroy a mile-high dome by hitting it with a spear connected to a lightning conductor tree by a copper cable? Was it? Really?

Just as I was busy trying to figure out the answers to these awkward questions (and others), the bloody film just stopped. Right in the middle of things. While I appreciate that the middle chapter in a trilogy has to end somewhere, they could have picked a better
2014-05-26
Unavoidable - like the plague - not a good thing.
***I think this contains spoilers*** Is it just me who didn't think this film was better than the first? All the scenes were drawn out and there were so many stupid and unimportant scenes slotted in. (Referencing the 'favourite colour' scene.)

Despite the fact everything was explained so a twelve year old could understand. Not only did it pretty much copy the first film. It started with Gale and Katniss hunting, like the first. All of it was a cliché and barely anything unpredictable. It's a shame that Jennifer Lawrence is incapable of making her role good. Just plain good. Nope, she's too bad an actress for that. After seeing this film, I doubt I will ever go to see another 'Jennifer Lawrence' film again unless my friends drag me to it. Save your money, do NOT spend your money on this, you will regret it. It's an awful film which contains: Clichés Plot holes the size of the state of Texas Ignored subplots Flat, boring characters Unrealistic ideas (I don't CARE if it's the future, some of the stuff is just plain stupid) Lack of acting skills. Only Phillip (R.I.P) could really do some decent acting. Even then, it was ONLY decent. Phillip was a brilliant actor, he let himself down in this film by not giving the best performance, but oh well. Finally, the most horrible thing of all: Overall. If I could rate this film, it would not even get 6 on IMDb. It'd get less than Disaster Movie, at least 1.2 stars. Do not see this film, unless of the age 12-14. If you're older, it's not a good idea. The film is not suitable for you. Honestly, the plot devices and conveniences are like they've been written by a (profanity removal) 12 year old. I feel as if the director didn't make this or his inner 12 year old allowed the script. I have no clue how Jennifer accepted the stupid childish ramble in her lines. Yes, the lines are all childish ramble. Nothing deep or clever placed into the script. It's effortless, but it is not well written. Jennifer Lawrence seriously needs to learn to pick appropriate roles. She's not a bad actress, but this is making me think she is.

I'm not sure if the film is so bad because the books weren't great, but even so, this film should have been written properly to make sure the script made sense. If you want a good film... watch The Lego Movie, you'll enjoy it way more than this and so will your children.
2014-04-21
Unbelievably stupid in almost every sense
I have nothing good to say about this film, nothing at all. Catching Fire is a film made by an incompetent director based on a garbage script featuring soulless performances and edited in the most hamfisted way possible.

It only exists to appeal to the easily impressionable who mistake poorly implemented themes of violence and romance for depth and to vacuum as much money as possible from the YA audience.

The Hunger Games series is an entirely cynical enterprise with not one redeeming value, do not encourage such practices by paying money to see this film.
2014-02-03
Hunger Games - The Remake!
Catching Fire is basically a remake of the first movie, which doesn't offer even one single new idea, just the easiest excuse to send the winning couple back to the games and repeat everything that happened in the first movie.

At 2.5 hours (including 11 min of end credits!!!), the movie is way too long and pointless. Half the movie is wasted on boring "background story", which adds nothing to the plot and serves as a mean to present the movie as something more than it is - people trying to kill each other. The second half is better, but again - offers nothing new.

Good production design, good CGI.

4.5/10 Skip the first half of the movie, then put your brains in neutral

Wait, they split the third movie into two movies, making the trilogy into a quadrilogy? My god, they are just as shameless as they are geniuses!!!
2014-01-22
Don't believe the fangurls!
Not a good movie at all. How it gets an 8.2 average IMDb rating I'll never know. The dialogue is written for (and maybe BY?!?) 12 year olds; the story is, to be kind, contrived; and the acting/direction make you feel like you're watching one of those TV shows that somehow manages to have a huge budget but also low production values. Don't waste your time. Of course, the movie will haul in a ton of money and so everyone involved in making it will receive attention and accolades, but this turkey is definitely not going home with any of the big prizes this award season, except maybe a Razzie. How can the reviewers above think that this schlocky film is anything even remotely approaching some sort of cinematic masterpiece? Studio plants: that's the only explanation that makes sense, right?
2013-12-04
BATTLE ROYALE 2 meets boring cinema
This is not the worst remake in film history. I have never understood the idea of a remake at all. If a film, like "Battle Royale", is so good to start with why on earth do you want to try and improve on it? If you insist on tampering with perfection, why then do you have to try to recreate it in it's whole? There is nothing original here. Francis Lawrence put nothing of himself into this film.

They say imitation is the highest form of flattery, but this is ridiculous. There are a lot of sides to a parable as complex as Battle Royale II, and I suspect that Francis Lawrence may have wanted to explore them. Instead the studio forced him into sticking to a cheap imitation of the popular Japanese classic. Tatsuya Fujiwara turned in a performance that lead to one of the most memorable characters in film history and it would have been impossible for any actor, no matter how good to recreate that. The rest of the characters are stuck just as tight to similarly wooden imitations of the originals. It is almost painful to watch very talented actors (namely Donald Sutherland) have that talent stifled.

In the end, Francis Lawrence set out to pay homage to a great film. Instead he cheapened it, and created a movie that is not worthy of late night cable.
2015-03-12
Sets new benchmark for Hollywood ripoffs
What the Hell was that Thing....

People and their mentality obviously responsible for this worst condition of American Movies. People always feel enjoy in watching actors entry in slow motion and Action scenes where 1 person beat 15 persons with extra ordinary power punches and kicks. From start we can judge what will happen next. Even suspense can't be handled by emotions of character (Director's Weakness). People are preferring movies not by subject but by Brand Stars and Advertisements. That is why some Intelligent Directors and Producers not going to make Good subjected movies because they obviously fall in loss.

Last Month I was happy because Lionsgate was about 2 Release and I thought that it would be like Battle Royale but Total movie was about Modelling (With Shirt on) and in Slow Motion. Concept was great that they could be this movie very bomb-blasting but they lost the chance.

Before a Year it ended a trend of Gutter-6ap PG-13 Movies. I don't know how they think that this is a good BR ripoff. A Series came constantly by Suzzanne Collins. It started from Hit Action Movie Battle Royale. It was real top-rung movie with strong story and perfect moving movie. But after this A Cattle of Sheep Comes. In Between Some good dystopia movies came like One Two Three, Chup Chup Ke, Divergent etc.

Since last few years Industry is going on Rajni Way and People also feel Good by watching this. This is the bad luck of the Japanese People.

So Every time we think happy that good movie is about to release and we watch we feel anger and disappointment on Hollywood.

Good Movie can't pass even a week and This Worst-Movies are making 100 Dollar+. Hand over Fist. This is the Poor Face of American Movies.

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2014-08-27
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