Once the attack is over, Katniss surveys the destroyed hospital. The building is subsequently destroyed by Peacekeepers after an intense firefight ending with the Peacekeepers firing rockets into the building, killing them both. But big difference here is that in the book, Katniss is working through far more serious mental health issues than the movie portrays. So basically, it's one oppressive regime planning on taking over another. At this point, Katniss has a serious breakdown. This girl from District 12 and her coming-of-age story are part of the pantheon, joining legends like Harry Potter, Holden Caulfield, and Peter Parker. Honestly, it didn't really kill me when Prim died.
I guess just to move the story along but these little changes could've just used one dialogue line and stayed true to the book. I guess that is how I interpreted it anyway. One thing I loved in the theater is hearing the reactions of people who have not read it. The feed cuts out just as Peeta is hit to the floor, his blood splattering the tile. I knew beforehand how the mockingjay pin was introduced in the movie, so it didn't bother me much that madge was cut out of the film. I'm always curious to see what others think of what the ending should or could be, and while I can appreciate the writing I have a hard time accepting any other ending besides the one that the author wrote, because I thought it fit perfectly, even if it wasn't happy.
At least that is how I perceived Katniss. In some districts, children train to be C areers, aiming to represent their districts, but for most regions it is not seen as an honor. I liked it, and I will probably watch it again. What makes it worth it, in the end, is that Prim's nieces and nephews will never know the pain that she and Katiniss did. Like, it highlights great things about the book, but hopefully it still pushes people to read and enjoy the books. She saves them and grows increasingly wary of Coin and the way she runs District 13. She wears it not knowing its significance until she and Rue have a discussion in the arena.
Katniss always has said that she'd never have kids because they would have to face horrors like the Hunger Games. Okay, so I read the entire book for the third or fourth time and finished literally right before the trailers began. In the film, he is pulled back down into the sewer grounds after attempting to escape with the rest of the remaining Squad. When the time comes, shedoesn't. I also don't think it was very well paced.
Martin is the master of main character deaths. This was probably altered by filmmakers to make the film less violent. One by one, their team members are sacrificed as they make their way to the heart of the Capitol. In any case, all the note told Peeta was that his presence was required at the presidential palace the following morning and that he was to see Gale and Katniss. And because of that I just couldn't support her as Katniss.
The Hunger Games ends with Katniss and Peeta stepping out of the train onto the platform in District 12. I guess he was supposed to be somewhat helpless. A tragedy that would give Katniss and Peeta an overwhelming strength to ensure the games would never take place again. And Gale lost what he wanted the most. I think Collins portrayed that very well. But I see now that actually, that is exactly what happens in war - everyone loses no matter what side you take. His vision narrowed as he fell, and the last thing he saw before the black took him was a bemused Katniss looking down at him.
In the , less time appears to have passed, as their children are much younger. An example of this is when Ga … le said he wants to be with Katniss. The Hunger Games should be proud of its legacy Katniss and everything she stands for — independence, ferocity, kicking ass — are now pop culture fixtures. Overall the death of protagonist makes stories far more memorable in my opinion. The scene in district 11 with the revolt is a way to connect to the next movie and another reason to cut out the bread story. In the novel, Katniss spots a little girl trying to wake her dead mother who was mistakenly killed by the rebel forces. Why should we be ok with something mediocre or a let down? I was looking forward to the build up too.
In a meeting right before Snow's execution, President Coin says that the remaining Hunger Games victors must vote to determine whether or not the new rebel government should start up the Hunger Games again, as a way to punish the citizens of the Capitol for what they did to the citizens of the Districts. Since the books debuted in 2008, the economy has stabilized and the unemployment rate has dropped. Finally, Katniss can live a normal life and not have to kill anyone anymore — at least for now. Lionsgate The Girl Who Was On Fire has visited us one last time. Specifically he was meant to be in the scene in the film with Katniss where instead Haymitch reads a letter to her from Plutarch. In the film and immediately after the rebels begin to flood into the Capitol, Katniss looks around at those stuck between the crossfire and sees the little girl trying to wake her mother. After everything calmed down and went back to normal.
As Peeta pushed away from his guards, he called to her again. Prim is inthe medical team cause she is training to be a doctor. The mutts begin to maul him as he screams Katniss's name; she activates the bomb within the Holo and drops it in, sparing Finnick the agony of being mauled alive while simultaneously killing him and the mutts. In the film he does not say it, leaving the impression that he is paraplegic as a result of the injuries he sustained at the arena. Katniss has the task of shooting him with her famous bow and arrow, but at the last minute, she kills Coin instead. Primrose Everdeen - Katniss's little sister - is chosen to enter The Hunger Games but so she won't get killed … Katniss takes her place. Let's discuss in the comments! Gale looked on with a wan smile.
He explains to her that she must tell everyonethat it was her love for Peeta that made her want to eat theberries in an effort to get the Capitol to believe that it wasn'tactually an act of rebellion like they think, though Katniss isconflicted and does not know the real reason why she did it. I feel like that's the attitude right now. Her battles with her partitioned affections between two young men are practically depicted however not exhausted. Quite frankly, I'm embarassed for Collins, and will be even more so when the ending of the third movie is changed dramatically given that film audiences demand resolution. Another loadof bombs is dropped, killing Prim Katniss feels it is Gale's fault and cannot love him. That puts your family at even more risk. I didn't notice that one--just Katniss and Cinna lol.