The latest part of The Hunger Games might not become a block buster as it was expected to be the biggest of the Hunger games series. Although Jennifer Lawrence in lead and Directed By Francis Lawrence and written by Peter Craig and Danny Strong has done exceptionally in its first weekend. Hunger games box office collections were $102,665,981 in local market and $144,492,026 in Foreign Market in its first weekend.
After the super success of hunger games previous parts it was expected to do well and even it was predicted that it would be a block buster movie but occupancy was less then 50% on average and ratings and reviews are not as good too as were expected. Some critics are giving it low ratings but Most of them are rating it normal But surely not higher rating ,once again as were expected.
Jennifer Lawrence is predictably superb. At this point, you wouldn’t expect any less. The Oscar-triumpher once again imbues Katniss with a starkly convincing steeliness that’s offset by a subtly played susceptibility. It’s this performance that has been such a key hook for the series holistically, and never more so than here. If there’s a poignancy that emanates from kenning that she’ll probably never be visually perceived on screen as the character again, that feeling is boosted by a couple of low-key moments for the tardy Philip Seymour Hoffman in his final posthumous role.
To the series’ credit, the stakes feel genuinely high. It’s a welcome quality in a blockbuster landscape dominated by inconsequential CGI-smackdown climaxes. OK, so it’s hard not to visually perceive the decision to split the final book into two films as a cynical one – a single Mockingjay film might’ve made for a more exigent conclusion. But for anyone who has been keenly following the series, it’s infeasible to visually perceive Part 2 as anything other than a gratifying ending.