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"The Hunger Games" movies have unfolded in a relative blitzkrieg – four movies in four years – and in a fan-fueled fever that has masked some seriously silly political allegory with the thrill of survival games and the awesome star power of Jennifer Lawrence.In part two, the march toward the Capitol takes on an air of inevitable victory as the revolution, led by President Alma Coin (Julianne Moore), contemplates power after the expected fall of the dictator Coriolanus Snow (Donald Sutherland).Stretching the thin conceits of "The Hunger Games" into four films is even harder.Directed by Francis Lawrence (who has helmed all but the first film) and penned by Danny Strong, Peter Craig and Collins, "Mockingjay Part 2" picks up where the last film left off, with barely a glance backward."The Hunger Games" is for its passionate fans and – certainly in its final films – not anyone else.Instead, there is a pervasive feeling of time passing "The Hunger Games" by.
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