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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)

Action | 146 minutes
3,41 2.565 votes

Genre: Scifi / Action

Duration: 146 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: Francis Lawrence

Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth

IMDb score: 7,5 (719.950)

Releasedate: 15 November 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire plot

"Remember who the enemy is."

After her victory in the 74th Annual Hunger Games with her companion Peeta Mellark, Katniss Everdeen has returned home safely. However, this victory means they have to leave again and leave their families behind to embark on a 'Victory Tour' through the districts. Along the way, Katniss notices that an uprising is imminent, but the Capital is still in power as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games - a competition that could change Panem forever.

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SmackItUp

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Again an excellent movie.

Catching Fire contains the same calmly constructive story with beautiful images and good introductions. In part 1 I didn't think the actual action you had to wait for was sufficient compared to the lengthy intro. That is much better balanced in this part. The film is also more brutal and significantly less childish. Tension is there from the start and lasts throughout the film.

Better than part 1, big 4*.

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Robi

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It really is a mystery to me why I chose this one. What a terrible movie. In fact, I even wondered the whole time if it was a feature film. You suddenly find yourself in the middle of a vague game show and apparently there appear to be two protagonists who participate in an incomprehensible game. It starts out of nowhere and when it's over you still don't really know what you've been watching. And that misery lasts for another two and a half hours. Maybe this was a sequel to part 1, but at least I don't feel the need to watch part 1 again. So I clearly have nothing to do with this. Although it looked nice and it undoubtedly cost a lot of money to make this. I've also never looked at "who is the mole" if it seems like this at all.

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mrklm

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Ever since Katniss [Jennifer Lawrence] and Peeta [Josh Hutcherson] bend the rules of the 74th Hunger Games and both managed to survive, as mentors they must maintain the image that they are still lovers. But President Snow [Donald Sutherland] fears they could become a symbol of resistance and spark another uprising. That's why he makes them part of Panem's propaganda machine. Meanwhile, with the help of new Gamekeeper Plutarch Heavensbee [Philip Seymour Hoffman], Snow devises a plan to defuse Katniss and Peeta and their reputation. To do this, he uses an obscure rule whereby the 75th Hunger Games consists of former winners, forcing Katniss this time to compete against the very best participants of The Hunger Games ever. Francis Lawrence takes over the director's chair and keeps up the pace. Intelligent sequel to The Hunger Games is once again flawlessly acted and scores even higher on special effects.

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