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The color contact lenses Julianne Moore wears for her role as President Alma Coin are clearly visible during a conversation with Plutarch Heavensbee, when they are looking at the screen after The arrival of Katniss in the Capitol. See more »
Our lives were never ours, they belong to Snow and our deaths do too. But if you kill him, Katniss, all those deaths, they mean something.
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As a fan of both the books and preceding movies I'm afraid to say the finale was just, dare I say, boring?
I have never been a purist when it comes to adapting established works in film. I am generally fine with filmmakers doing what they must to get the best out of a movie, and admittedly, Hollywood gets it right more so than wrong, with Mockingjay 2, they might have been well served to depart a bit more from the source material. The decision to break the final book into 2 installments is also quite baffling, as this was more a case to somewhat milk extra frames out of a story without adding anything to it.
Without getting into spoiler territory, this film telegraphs far too many twists and has far too many endings, it sacrifices scope for quantity and quality for style.
Terrifyingly, this film may be among the five worst in 2015.
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