Filmmaker and film obsessed
It's been a while since I've seen a movie this bad.
The dialogue was written by someone who never has conversations with actual people.
The cinematography is horrific, and the terrible editing makes it so the cinematography feels even worse than it already is.
I feel bad for the actors who I know can act, but this movie makes them seem like they can't, and never should again.
Like the way the characters talk, often to themselves, makes them look like they're in a Ubisoft game, which isn't a good thing.
But the fight scenes are great. At least someone there knew what they were doing.
"Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 76th Hunger Games"
This franchise as a whole is getting 4.5 stars. On one hand I'm upset I didn't watch it growing up, but on the other hand I'm glad. I wouldn't have been able to appreciate it for what it is. It's dark, it's heartbreaking, it's raw. The fantasty is brilliant, but the emotions are real.
It's fantastic. So fantastic that I want to read the books, as well as watch the prequel.…
This movie was unexpectedly fun! I went in without any expectations.
It felt like a great mix of comedy and thriller.
Messed up moments with hilarious dialogue and characters.
The movie had its flaws, but they weren't too distracting.
Samara Weaving absolutely killed it. What an incredible performance!
This movie is definitely worth a watch!
What a story. Nowhere near what I expected from it after hearing how much it was loved.
I'm glad I avoided everyone actually talking about it because I apparently had no idea what I was getting myself into and that made this even better.
I was confused, but entertained. Once I understood what was happening and how they were setting things up, I smiled, laughed even. It's a clever and creative story I frankly couldn't get enough from.