However, Peeta volunteers to take Haymitch's place and is sent directly to the train with Katniss, without a chance to say goodbye to their loved ones. The Capitol took her stunt with the berries as an act of defiance, so she has to convince everyone that she was desperate at the thought of losing Peeta and not being rebellious, or even her family could be at risk. On May 9, filming took place in , Paris. Katniss kills the other tribute, and when Rue dies, she covers her body in flowers. After they arrive at the Training Center, Katniss and Peeta meet their stylists. Archived from on November 14, 2013. During the competition she makes some important friends, but also some enemies.
She hikes all day before making camp. Because like some of you have said, people die in war and sometimes it's people we love. There is a final scene in the film where Haymitch visits Katniss with a letter from a certain character named Plutarch. That aside, the ending was lazy, uncreative, and pathetic, primarily because Collins spends close to 500 pages building up the central relationship of the story Katniss and Peeta , another 100 pages tearing it apart, and then how many does she spend in the final resolution of that part of the story? I actually liked the ending of the series. Those parts never made sense to me. Katniss threads the wire onto one of her arrows and shoots it at the dome over the arena, destroying it. I hated this ending completely.
Trinket closes out the series with three delightfully elaborate looks: a gauzy, romantic cocoon dress for Finnick's wedding, followed by a hot pink, high collar situation she wears to escort Katniss to President Snow's house see below. However, President Coin , the leader of District 13 and the rebellion, hides a bigger agenda that could not only jeopardize Katniss' life, but the future of Panem. Finnick approaches and Katniss draws her bow, no longer knowing who she can trust, but hesitates to shoot. It also helps for those who haven't read the books. Katniss is confused by what Gale means by getting them out in time, and Gale explains that District 12 was firebombed out of existence. But it is worth mentioning that the combination of layers she wears to see President Snow in the greenhouse, below, is indicative of her post-war casual wardrobe. He spares Katniss because of the way she treated Rue, and Katniss makes it back to the cave.
He gives her a locket with her family and Gale's picture in it, to remind her that she has people that need her, and tells her no one needs him. They will follow in relative safety behind the actual invasion of the Capitol, providing video of their incursion for propaganda purposes. After many years of hunting game in the woods, her prowess with the bow and arrow are unrivaled. I could see why Snow thought that Katniss was being deliberately defiant. With her sleek braid and eyeliner, she is full of steely eyed determination to do the right thing for Panem, no matter the personal risk. In the arena, Katniss and Peeta team up with some of the other tributes and Katniss and Snow discovers that she has genuine feelings for Peeta, that it's not just an 'act' anymore. What about the whitewashing part don't you agree? Peeta's selection doesn't bode well for Katniss, who feels that she owes Peeta for saving her life when they were children, which is inconvenient considering she's now expected to kill him in the Hunger Games.
That's never happened before, but we had terrible seats which also led to a massive headache when the movie was over. The District 11 scene after Rue's death reminded me of Civil Rights era footage. My personal opinion was that it began with Katniss wanting to save Prim, but evolved. Loved that Buttercup made the movie, though looking different. All the tributes are there, and in front of her is the Cornucopia, which houses an abundance of supplies. Yes there was lots of irony in the ending. Siri types my posts for me.
Archived from on April 6, 2016. The group takes shelter in an abandoned building, where Jackson, the second-in-command, attempts to commandeer the Holo, until Katniss says that she is under secret orders from Coin to kill Snow. I've always been sensitive in cars and park rides, but that was my first episode of movie sickness. Katniss befriends Finnick, Katniss gets to know Prim, she begins to connect with a couple people in District Thirteen. You won't be able to save everyone.
I didn't get sick until the tracker jacker scene. He had completed filming his scenes for Part 1 and had a week left of shooting for Part 2; Lionsgate thereafter released a statement affirming that since the majority of Hoffman's scenes had been completed, the release date for Part 2 would not be affected. After Katniss and Peeta voice their personal thoughts regarding both the districts' fallen tributes, a man in the crowd whistles the tune Katniss and Rue shared to ensure each another of their safety, and makes the three-finger salute of District 12. During the personal interviews with Caesar Flickerman, Katniss wears a wedding dress as ordered to by President Snow. Though Katniss vows to keep Peeta safe even if it means sacrificing her own life, her fellow tributes have a different plan.
The Tour goes badly, with people rioting and getting taken away by Peacekeepers, Katniss suggests that she and Peeta get engaged, publicly, as a way to make Snow happy. The games start in the usual chaotic way, with most tributes going for weapons at the Cornucopia, resulting in a lot of initial deaths. Katniss sets the Holo's self-destruct, killing the remaining mutts, and Finnick to give him a merciful death. I had to look down a lot, lol. Before Katniss can kill Finnick, he tells her to 'remember who the real enemy is' i. I was worried I'd have to leave to puke. Other scenes were similarly great for this reason The smelling thing with Caesar and Peeta.