Review: 7 out of 10 stars.
Mockingjay has had pretty bad rap on how it was like a trailer to part 2, which actually was untrue.
Indeed it has some prelude to a grand scheme of things that is coming, yet this part is critical and not redundant.
It is no longer fighting against the Capitol, but Katniss has to start judging if she has been used by the districts.
The camera rolling, the pressure and force and the things that happened / destroyed seemed to be stemmed from her presence, making her feel skeptical about what people’s intentions are, even those who were supposed to be closer to her.
It’s no longer and and white, but different shades of grey and doubt.
It was almost unsatisfying of what was going on as there’s no definitive ending and only hints of being skeptical by Katniss. But it is actually better than the Catching Fire when it comes to leaving the audience hanging.
There is an little animation after the credits but nothing of the plot.
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