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The second of three dystopian movies starring Shailene Woodley as Tris and Theo James as Four attempting to make a coup against a wannabe tyrant, Jeanine (Kate Winslet) but needs the aide of other factions. Meanwhile, Jeanine is attempting to open a strange box that has been discovered with more revelations revealed as the movie is processing.
Not as good as the original - interested to see what happens in the end of the trilogy.
Though I am impressed by Woodley's performance, It is struggling to tell a definitive story and a fixed plot with the same YA formula
Insurgente refresca la franquicia manejando mejores actuaciones mejores personajes y mejor historia, logra ser un film que entretiene mas que su primera entrega, a grandes rasgos deja mucho que desear para una próxima entrega y logra culminar correctamente su ejecución por si misma.
Almost As Good As The First! If Not Better!!
A mediocre effort at best Insurgent is hampered by a boring plot and even the action sequences fail to get a rise out of you. This makes Divergent look like Citizen kane. Should be avoided to teach Hollywood a lesson: Audiences are no fool.(Go for it and ask for a refund, get free theater air conditioning)
Big fan of the books. The movie didn't entirely let me down but could be been better if it stuck closer to the source material. The film is shot well, but over uses CGI.
It is a horrible movie
why do they keep making there teen melodrama dystopian future films