The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2/10) Movie CLIP – How A Revolution Dies (2014) HD



The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 movie clips:
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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) films a propaganda spot for Plutarch (Philip Seymour Hoffman), but does not come across as believable.

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CREDITS:
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Cast: Elizabeth Banks, Woody Harrelson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jennifer Lawrence
Director: Francis Lawrence
Producers: Suzanne Collins, Jan Foster, Jon Kilik, Nina Jacobson, Cameron MacConomy, Michael Paseornek
Screenwriters: Suzanne Collins, Danny Strong, Peter Craig

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29 thoughts on “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2/10) Movie CLIP – How A Revolution Dies (2014) HD

  1. I find it so cool how anyone can create such distinctly different characters as the author of the books / the makers of this movie!
    It is like a miracle to me, how one can hold such different souls inside oneself.

  2. You know, as much as she hates Haymitch, he DOES have a point. The only time Katniss is sincerely believable as a character, whether she is the Girl on Fire or the Mockingjay, is when SHE is being herself. When they are dictating her heroism, its not believable. When she volunteered as Tribute to save Prim, when she sang Rue to her death and covered her in flowers, when she saved Peeta's life…..THAT was when I respected her.

  3. Everything, from the background hitting sound effects to the "ok ok", to the dialogue, is so hilarious. It's a tongue in cheek parody of acting and the movie process, by the crew themselves. Fantastic stuff, I rewatch this sequence every time.

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