Hunger Games : la Ballade du serpent et de l'oiseau chanteur

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Le jeune Coriolanus (Tom Blyth) est le dernier espoir de sa lignée, la famille Snow autrefois riche et fière est aujourd’hui tombée en disgrâce dans un Capitole d'après-guerre. À l’approche des 10ème HUNGER GAMES, il est assigné à contrecœur à être le mentor de Lucy Gray Baird (Rachel Zegler), Tribut originaire du District 12, le plus pauvre et le plus méprisé de Panem. Le charme de Lucy Gray ayant captivé le public, Snow y voit l’opportunité de changer son destin, et va s’allier à elle pour faire pencher le sort en leur faveur. Luttant contre ses instincts, déchiré entre le bien et le mal, Snow se lance dans une course contre la montre pour survivre et découvrir s’il deviendra finalement un oiseau chanteur ou un serpent. (Metropolitan FilmExport)


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anglais The prequel to The Hunger Games isn't a bad movie, it has its bright moments, but the actual Hunger Games, which should have been the main highlight are unfortunately not as engrossing as I expected. The 10th Hunger Games begins. Each of the students becomes a mentor and gets one assigned from each region and their job is to win the Hunger Games together. The main character is the likeable Coriolanus Snow, who gets a girl, and underdog, who can only sing. I liked the chemistry between them, Rachel Zegler is a very beautiful woman (and sings very nice), the emotions and romance work and these two pull the film up nicely. Of the characters, Peter Dinklage is also a great. Visually, of course, the film is on par, and even though it doesn't have a very thrilling pace, it certainly doesn't get boring, and the Hunger Games are quite thrilling, it's just a pity that there aren’t more traps, challenges and pitfalls. It's kind of Battle Royale style but without the gore, so I didn't get much excitement. There's not much action outside of the game itself, but it's quite imaginative and clever (the decisions Snow makes are pretty cool), it's just a shame that the main character doesn't fight at all. The second half surprisingly turns into a completely different movie and we watch Snow's interesting character development undergoing a really interesting and unexpected transformation. There are more songs than action for my taste, but they were at least enjoyable to listen to. All in all, an enjoyable film that I don't regret watching, but nothing that would make me sit on my ass. I have it between 3 and 4 stars, but I'll be more strict this time. I don't need to see it again. 65%. ()

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