By: Guadalupe Rodriguez
My fists were filled with excitement and nerves as the screen went black and the “Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1” came up. Then finally after a year of waiting we finally got to see the face of Katniss Everdeen as distraught as ever. On the contrary to the plot of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” the plot of Mockingjay opposes the capital and focuses on Katniss reluctant transformation into the symbol of revolution for Panem.
The film is filmed with both emotional distress that captures the audience as well as the intriguing action that the previous two films had. There were times that crying for Katniss’ misery was the only solution to take out the frustration I had with the Capital. Then there was times where the size of my seat was not big enough to contain the suspense from the battles that Katniss was going through.
All in all, if you were disappointed with the ending of Catching Fire then you’ll probably be disappointed with the ending of Mockingjay. Once again another year in order to finally kill all the suspense that the Hunger Games movies bring to the big screen