The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

By Francis Lawrence

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2014-11-21
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 2min
  • Director: Francis Lawrence
  • Production Company: Lionsgate
  • Production Country: United States of America
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Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), girl on fire, is rescued by the rebels and brought to District 13 after she shatters the games forever. Under the leadership of President Coin (Julianne Moore) and Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman), Katniss spreads her wings and becomes The Mockingjay, the symbolic leader of the rebellion. But President Snow has his own plans for her - and her loved ones.


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  • Petty much boring

    By Fivhubthotuuges
    I love the other three hunger game movies! But I’m wondering what in the heck happened with this movie. There’s like no action (except for katniss shooting down a couple airplanes with her bow and Arrow). It’s pretty much just a boring drama. I usually like dramas but when I watched this movie I was expecting at least sum action. Great disappointment!
  • Dorothy is the biggest slut ever saw

    By dot slut
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  • Dark, Intense, Amazing

    By Little Miss Bri
    “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” is the first of the series’s two part finale and takes on a much darker tone than the previous films. Because of this darker tone, some critics have complained that the movie is drab, depressing or boring but you have to remember that there are no games this time around. Instead of the usual action and excitement, this film focuses more on emotion and character development; it is intense in a different way. It allows us to fully digest the events in the series so far and the aftermath that follows. The acting is incredible as always. Some might feel cheated and unhappy with the ending, but keep in mind that again, this is only the first of two parts. I actually feel that the split was essential because it allows for two fully fleshed out movies instead of one overstuffed movie. Overall, this is an amazing movie and a great setup for the finale that is to come.
  • Mockingjay

    By moy122
    Wow I read the book and the movie adaption is great really want to see part two
  • Best movie ever

    By drfreeswss
    I love mockingjay and all the other movies
  • A Different Kind of Games

    By HenryDavid13
    The odds are clearly not in Katniss Everdeen’s (Jennifer Lawrence) favor: her sister was reaped for the Hunger Games, so she volunteered to keep her safe. She made the Capitol look stupid with the help of Peeta (Josh Hutcherson), and while she tried to tend to the flame, she couldn’t quell it, and so, the fire of rebellion caught and burned brightest. Now, the flame is settling, and seems poised to die down. After seeing Katniss hiding from District 13 officials in some random pipe room, continuing Jennifer Lawrence’s fine and tasteful PTSD performances, we see her settling into her new role as the mockingjay when Commander Boggs (Mahershala Ali) escorts her to a meeting with Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman) and President Alma Coin (Julianne Moore), who try persuading her to be the mockingjay for them. What follows is a story of war and propaganda that was all there in the book, but is the focus of this movie that covers the first 45% (rough estimate) of the book, and while it works out mostly, there is a serious pacing issue (this series seems to just have so many of these), which may or may not have anything to do with the splitting of the book into two parts: it takes 50 minutes to truly start, though they still have some dark action in the form of President Snow (Donald Sutherland) commentating over public executions in two of the districts where rebels (or as he calls it to avoid legitimizing them “radicals”) whose faces are covered (my guess to avoid humanizing them in the eyes of the undecided). We don’t see Katniss in action until 50 minutes in, but then she goes back to being a person who’s ruined. She gets her act together and does a propaganda shoot in District 12, then the rest of the movie happens, and if you read the book, I think my 45% estimate of how far in the story they get will inform you of that. What really hurts the pacing in my book is that a cliffhanger would have been more exciting than what they did. Something those who haven’t read the books would appreciate to maintain interest, while letting us readers/audiobook listeners feel they made good effort to split it up. Otherwise, everything they put/did on screen was for a reason, to advance what little plot-from-the-book they used. Katniss’ journey continues to entertain and her drive to protect those she loves and to do what she “never asked for.” The picture and effects are great, and District 13 is perfectly established as militaristic and efficient, from the dull grey clothes everyone (even the president) wears to the dull scenery, especially when you compare it to the Capitol’s lavish scenery, colorful outfits, and bright, colorful scenery. James Newton Howard once again brings a great soundtrack conveying the appropriate emotions, and it’s used appropriately, whether the only sounds we hear at the beginning are ambience and dialogue, or the blaring soundtrack over big action (One scene towards the end really benefits from seemingly dead silence). We get some good comic relief in Katniss’ first attempts at being the mockingjay on a soundstage, and Haymitch (Woody Harrelson) brings the usual sarcasm and brutal honesty of his character to the meeting table to keep things interesting. The odds were clearly not in Lionsgate’s favor to split Mockingjay into two movies, but it can still be saved by quality effects and a camera that only shakes when it’s truly necessary. A fine film about war and propaganda dragged down by horrible pacing that makes us wish it took over an hour to get to the titular event.
  • It's absolutely amazing

    By Raura shipper
    In this movie you see and feel how the character from the first two movie have developed into these amazing characters. This movie is not like the other two where you get to see the capitol glory and all it's amazing thing or that you get to see what happens in the ordinary dar of district twelve. No this essential part of the movie is where everything in Katniss's breaks down into billions of sharp pieces. This story isn't about happiness and glory. No it's an emotional roller coasters. You can see as these amazing strong characters slowly break down into these scared vulnerable selfs, and that's the most amazing part. You see the authenticity on the characters and how they are actually real people trying their hardest to keep on living. It bring a whole new emotional status to the table and that's what makes it absolutely amazing!
  • This is the absolute best!

    By Hanna p33
    After reading the first book, my breath was tooken away. This series is nearly the best I've possibly read. I usually don't want to read anything about fighting, but this was not just about fighting. It was also about being mature and strong and to appreciate what you have. Suzanne Collins really exceeded the expectations in these books. Plus, this is coming from an eleven year old. Great job!!!
  • Yasssss

    By April Marcuse
    This movie SLAYYYYYED
  • Mockingjay Part 1 was awesome!

    By Jolovesgum
    I watched this movie with my brother and we enjoyed it. Now I saw this movie twice.