After the earth-shattering revelations of Insurgent, Tris must escape with Four beyond the wall that encircles Chicago, to finally discover the shocking truth of the world around them.

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Robert Schwentke

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Shailene Woodley ... Tris
Theo James ... Four
Naomi Watts ... Evelyn
Octavia Spencer ... Johanna
Jeff Daniels ... David
Zoë Kravitz ... Christina
Ansel Elgort ... Caleb
Miles Teller ... Peter
Keiynan Lonsdale ... Uriah
Daniel Dae Kim ... Jack Kang
Maggie Q ... Tori
Bill Skarsgård ... Matthew
Jonny Weston ... Edgar
Nadia Hilker ... Nita
Andy Bean ... Romit
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After the earth-shattering revelations of INSURGENT, Tris must escape with Four and go beyond the wall enclosing Chicago. For the first time ever, they will leave the only city and family they have ever known. Once outside, old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless with the revelation of shocking new truths. Tris and Four must quickly decide who they can trust as a ruthless battle ignites beyond the walls of Chicago which threatens all of humanity. In order to survive, Tris will be forced to make impossible choices about courage, allegiance, sacrifice and love. Written by mapbryan

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Rated PG-13 for intense violence and action, thematic elements, and some partial nudity | See all certifications »

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Kate Winslet was so keen to return in any capacity as either a "flashback or sim[ulation]" that she got her agents to get in contact with producers to specify her availability. However, it was the producers who turned down the opportunity for the sake of time and storyline constraints. See more »

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When Four manages to get upstairs, he tries to tell Tris of the bureau's true intentions and that she is being lied to. But she rejects his ideas and joins David in the elevator. You then see Four being escorted away toward the door. But as Tris and David's elevator begins to go up, you see them looking down at Four, who is looking up at them, from the same spot he was in when he was pleading with Tris. See more »

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Four: [to Tris] We need to leave, RIGHT NOW!
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4/10
9 March 2016 | by James_De_BelloSee all my reviews

I will not blame anyone who has given up hope with this franchise and passed on checking out this. I went because I am Sheilene Woodley's number one fan and supporter (check my reviews of her films for proof on that), so anything she does I will see, included this franchise which for me, in the first two entries, proved to be a mix of some few good elements, Woodley's performance being center on that, with some bad filmaking overall and a story that was always so bad it made me laugh.

That element is partially back, once again through the entirety of the duration of the film almost nothing makes sense. The story is just so bol*ocks I am inclined to laugh at it. Yet this time around I didn't even manage to do that. It just makes no sense whatsoever, nothing that is going on on screen is ever motivated, but even worse, it doesn't fit with the other two films and just emerges as an absolute mess.

Even Shailene Woodley who in the past managed to elevate the non sense that was going around her, with the help of Theo James' charisma, can't do anything with this material. She isn't bad in anyway, it would be impossible for her, but no one on screen manages to make heads or toes of their character, simply because their isn't anything to be understood, it is just a screenplay that mixes random exposition to ever changing motivations because the story requires it. Even the cinematography, for the most part, is as dull as it can be: basic coverage of dialogue scenes and where it tries to do something new like some good tracking shots it fails miserably because they look terrible.

What remains good is the imagery that the series has offered throughout, don't misunderstand me: for the major part the CGI is mediocre and touches bad in many points, but the art concepts and the visual ideas still work very well and provide that minimum flare that mixed to some laughing at the story and Miles Teller not giving a sh*t for the third time, which I must admit is the best part of the film, manages to get you through the film indifferently.

I wouldn't recommend this to anyone unless you are a true fan of the series, the film in itself is boring and uninspired with yet another laughable ending.


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Release Date:

18 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Budget:

$110,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$29,027,348, 20 March 2016

Gross USA:

$66,184,051

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$179,246,868
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