And in times of war, sides must be chosen, secrets will emerge, and choices will become even more irrevocable--and even more powerful. But this movie was genuinely terrible. It looks like she couldn't even do 10 push ups yet she was fighting people and saving people falling over ledges with ease. That's when the film begins losing its grip around the central story, giving way to subplots that don't make sense at all, if not barely. Even if it was laughably bad there might be something to cling to, but it's not bold enough to even warrant that reaction. In fact, she is quite laughably the opposite. Then she's given the chance to escape by her double- double crossing 'friend' didn't see that coming and yet she chooses to stay to open the mystery divergent box.
Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors. This movie, however, was terrible. Description One choice can transform you-or it can destroy you. Tris must fully embrace her Divergence, even if she does not know what she may lose by doing so. As she searches for allies, crossing one faction's territony to another's, our titular heroine, Tris, finds herself in a cat-and-mouse chase with the enemy, in this case, Jeanine Kate Winslet a name that Veronically Roth seems to suggest to be perfect for a character she molds as a super-villainess that embodies terror am I being sarcastic? At the center is Woodley, an actress with a whole heckuva lot of talent that simply doesn't have the presence of strength to carry this sort of role.
Then the main character just gives herself up. And in times of war, sides must be chosen, secrets will emerge, and choices will become even more irrevocable--and even more powerful. Cause if I'm honest, this movie is a copycat of a copycat. Unfortunately in Insurgent, those elements aren't effectively explored and utilized. But anyway, let's talk about the movie. For the first time ever, they will leave the only city and family they have ever known.
She presents a microcosm problem for an entire film full of great actors terribly miscast. If I wanted Hunger Games: Catching Fire, I should've went to see Hunger Games: Catching Fire. and her loyal erudite followers. Once outside, old discoveries are quickly rendered meaningless with the revelation of shocking new truths. Never mind you just head-butted me in the face and killed my friends.
Seriously, I actually had to ask my wife if girls like guys like him or is it just the submissive fantasy of the author. Then she's given the chance to escape by her double- double crossing 'friend' didn't see that coming and yet she chooses to stay to open the mystery divergent box. Bottom line: the sci-fi aspect of the film was marginal, the characters cliched to the point of monomolecular cardboard and the basic story was learning to accept yourself as your boyfriend tells you what to do while he deals with his mommy issues. Not that it's aggressively terrible. Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors.
The Erudite test was remembering something that had happened to you two nights ago? The good old days where if you went to see a movie set in a dystopian future where a corrupt government put its citizenry in peril on a whim, it was rated R because it contained great special effects, gritty foul language laced dialogue, and contained adult themes. Tris's initiation day should have been marked by celebration and victory with her chosen faction; instead, the day ended with unspeakable horrors. But like clockwork, every slight turn for the better is quickly overwhelmed by extreme boredom. In the end, it's Shailene Woodley that mostly does her job as the central character. But like clockwork, every slight turn for the better is quickly overwhelmed by extreme boredom.
And guess who makes her appearance in the sequel? To conclude, lots of movies, even good ones, have cliches and information that you are just supposed to assume. In Insurgent, the plot thickens, and not just that, it branches out to several sub ones. It is so bad that I wanted to leave the theater and read my book. But every choice has consequences, and as unrest surges in the factions all around her, Tris Prior must continue trying to save those she loves--and herself--while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love. Insurgent is way below that. Transformed by her own decisions but also by haunting grief and guilt, radical new discoveries, and shifting relationships.
War now looms as conflict between the factions and their ideologies grows. Description movie Insurgent 2015: Beatrice Prior must confront her inner demons and continue her fight against a powerful alliance which threatens to tear her society apart with the help from others on her side. Tween society, realize that when everyone is a rebel, the only true rebellion is against rebellion itself! One choice can transform you-or it can destroy you. Tris maintains reluctance, but when Jeanine turns toward her loved ones, our heroine succumbs and surrenders herself to the enemy. Never mind you just head-butted me in the face and killed my friends. I think I've gone redundant here, but to be honest, Insurgent is no different, and if you'd allow me to make this honesty, even brutal, this Divergent sequel tracks a deteriorating trajectory, and you can imagine how the franchise is set to get even worse, knowing the last book of the trilogy is going to be split into two movies.
But this movie was genuinely terrible. Once again, movie makers fall prey to this mentality or should I say practice, that seems to highlight the film's visual panache, but dismisses the utmost importance of effective storytelling. This doesn't surprise me at all, given the fact how film makers has been consistently regarding these popular franchises as merely cash cows. On the film's key moments, she undoubtedly shines, only her efforts aren't enough to place the movie's charm to the same level as hers. and her loyal erudite followers. That's what makes you smart? I am not kidding: the most sympathetic character in Insurgent was Peter, the asshole who always insults and betrays everybody.
People and armies showing up just at the perfect time forgivable once, not around the 5th time. Oh how I miss the good old days! No thanks to the chemistry the film seems to suggest Four and Tris have, because I don't think I felt itit was missing. Bad guys who couldn't hit a target 20 feet in front of them while shooting an automatic weapon man those guys suck. I think it was because the villain was threatening to kill innocent people with her mind control devices never seen that before , but it doesn't really matter. No one has bothered to check this whole time?????? Heavy spoilers roasting over an open fire to follow I've heard that the movie deviates almost unforgivably from the book. In Insurgent, the plot thickens, and not just that, it branches out to several sub ones.