MockingjayPart2I was a little disappointed in the final Hunger Games.  Aside from feeling somewhat loss, I just didn’t like the way Mockingjay – Part 2 ended.  There was an emptiness I felt wasn’t filled.  I don’t want to reveal any spoilers, after all, we’ve survived through more than 6 hours of President Snows’ (Donald Sutherland) relentless, barbaric treatment of pain and torture to the haves and have nots to get here.  Two things remained consistent throughout the entire Hunger Games series, lots of death and the bravery of Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence).  I found some deaths to be senseless and others to be a welcoming feeling of healing and hope.  This last installment of The Mockingjay deals with making decisions that would finalize their future, getting rid of the right people, which would deal with serious trust and sacrifice issues and the process of healing then moving on.


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