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email@example.com (Dr. Jai Maharaj): Nov 29 05:03PM
'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' review: The movie leaves with more question marks than full-stops
By Rajeev Masand, CNN-IBN IBN Live ibnlive.in.com Saturday, November 29, 2014
Director: Francis Lawrence Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth
Not very much happens in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. The studio's decision to make two films from the final book in Suzanne Collins' bestselling trilogy may have made sense from a business point of view - hey, it worked for Harry Potter and Twilight! - but dramatically, it's a bad move. The filmmakers take roughly half an hour's worth of plot and thinly spread it over two long hours, giving us a movie that feels half-baked and wanting.
The dialogue in Bollywood movies used to be imaginative and superb. In this movie every second sentence ends with the word 's..t'. Utter stupidity. The drive along the pacific coast highway is very good. Didnt stay for the second half.
Kill a mockinjay is not bad , the girls propaganda emotional clip is very good indeed . However there are no light heartened movements. In a Bollywood movie Lord Snow would make the girl dance an item number with ten dress changes , that is why they are so entertaining even though they are longer
firstname.lastname@example.org: Nov 29 02:42PM
In Nightcrawler , the psychopath has good dialogue
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