A fast paced film that brings a powerful franchise to an amazing close.
Mockinjay Part 1 is the third film in The Hunger Games series that follows one Katniss Everdeen as she discovers the truth about District 13 and the rebellion forces. With Peeta held captive by the Capital, his loyalties and Katniss’ are put to the test as they brainwash him and Katniss fights for him.
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Here you have soldiers for hire, yet not quite. These men here have honor and loyalty. What Sylvester Stallone wove together here, was more than what one would expect. Not only did this movie carry with it action non-stop, it carried meaning with it, heart. This movie portrayed … Continue reading →
By: Eric Eisenberg Back in October a tragedy occurred on the set of Simon West’s The Expendables 2. While shooting … Continue Reading Expendables 2 On-Set Death Leads To Lawsuit
By: Eric Eisenberg When it came to creating brand recognition, Summit Entertainment really nailed it with the Twilight franchise. When … Continue Reading The Hunger Games Sequel Officially Titled The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Lucas Till has been acting steadily since 2003, playing young Johnny Cash in Walk the Line and nabbing a part in Hannah Montana: The Movie back in 2009. But he broke out last summer by playing Alex Summers (and Havok) … Continue Reading Lucas Till May Join Liam Hemsworth In Telecom Thriller Paranoia
Director Robert Luketic hasn’t really proven himself to be one of the most talented filmmakers in Hollywood. Kicking off his career in 2001 with Legally Blonde, Luketic has spent the last 11 years making duds like Monster-in-Law, Win A Date … Continue Reading The Hunger Games’ Liam Hemsworth To Star In Paranoia, Gary Oldman And Harrison Ford In Talks