The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) Full Movie

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013) : Katniss Everdeen has returned home safe after winning the 74th Annual Hunger Games along with fellow tribute Peeta Mellark. Winning means that they must turn around and leave their family and close friends, embarking on a "Victor's Tour" of the districts. Along the way Katniss senses that a rebellion is simmering, but the Capitol is still very much in control as President Snow prepares the 75th Annual Hunger Games (The Quarter Quell) - a competition that could change Panem forever.

Title The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)
Release Date Nov 15, 2013
Genres , ,
Production Company Lionsgate, Color Force
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Stanley Tucci, Donald Sutherland, Toby Jones
Plot Keywords based on novel or book, secret, television, propaganda, dystopia, games, president, uprising, sequel, murder, survival, conspiracy, rebellion, female protagonist, tournament, based on young adult novel
Katniss Everdeen
Katniss Everdeen
Jennifer Lawrence
Peeta Mellark
Peeta Mellark
Josh Hutcherson
Gale Hawthorne
Gale Hawthorne
Liam Hemsworth
Haymitch Abernathy
Haymitch Abernathy
Woody Harrelson
Effie Trinket
Effie Trinket
Elizabeth Banks
Cinna
Cinna
Lenny Kravitz
Plutarch Heavensbee
Plutarch Heavensbee
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Beetee
Beetee
Jeffrey Wright
Caeser Flickerman
Caeser Flickerman
Stanley Tucci
President Snow
President Snow
Donald Sutherland
Claudius Templesmith
Claudius Templesmith
Toby Jones
Primrose Everdeen
Primrose Everdeen
Willow Shields
Finnick Odair
Finnick Odair
Sam Claflin
Mags
Mags
Lynn Cohen
Johanna Mason
Johanna Mason
Jena Malone
Blight
Blight
Bobby Jordan
Wiress
Wiress
Amanda Plummer
Marvel
Marvel
Jack Quaid
Ripper
Ripper
Taylor St. Clair
Greasy Sae
Greasy Sae
Sandra Ellis Lafferty
Katniss' Mother
Katniss' Mother
Paula Malcomson
Octavia
Octavia
Bruce Bundy
Flavius
Flavius
Nelson Ascencio
District 11 Mayor
District 11 Mayor
Afemo Omilami
Rue's Aunt
Rue's Aunt
Kimberley Drummond
Thresh's Grandmother
Thresh's Grandmother
Deena Beasley
Old Man
Old Man
Leon Lamar
Flower Girl
Flower Girl
Mandy Neuhaus
Snow's Granddaughter
Snow's Granddaughter
Erika Bierman
Cray
Cray
Wilbur Fitzgerald
Commander Thread
Commander Thread
Patrick St. Esprit
Old Lady
Old Lady
Jill Jane Clements
Presidential Guard
Presidential Guard
James Sutton
Gloss
Gloss
Alan Ritchson
Cashmere
Cashmere
Stephanie Leigh Schlund
Enobaria
Enobaria
Meta Golding
Female Morphling
Female Morphling
Megan Hayes
Annie Cresta
Annie Cresta
Stef Dawson
District 5 Male Tribute
District 5 Male Tribute
James Logan
Chaff
Chaff
E. Roger Mitchell
Brutus
Brutus
Bruno Gunn
Seeder
Seeder
Maria Howell
Hovercraft Peacekeeper
Hovercraft Peacekeeper
Judd Lormand
Cecelia
Cecelia
Elena Sanchez
Woof
Woof
John Casino
Disctrict 9 Female Tribute
Disctrict 9 Female Tribute
Marian Green
Disctrict 9 Male Tribute
Disctrict 9 Male Tribute
Daniel Bernhardt
Operator #1
Operator #1
Ravi Naidu
Operator #2
Operator #2
Franco Castan
Capital Aristocrat (uncredited)
Capital Aristocrat (uncredited)
Jared Allman
Trainer (uncredited)
Trainer (uncredited)
Laura Avnaim
District II Citizen
District II Citizen
Noëlle Renée Bercy
Hob Kid (uncredited)
Hob Kid (uncredited)
Nickolas Wolf
Tribute Man District 10 (uncredited)
Tribute Man District 10 (uncredited)
Jackson Spidell
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Alexander Ludwig
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Isabelle Fuhrman
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Amandla Stenberg
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Dayo Okeniyi
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Jacqueline Emerson
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Leven Rambin
(archive footage)
(archive footage)
Mackenzie Lintz

Reviews

  • Cithü

    Good :3

  • thomasdelgado

    Awesome movie!

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson

    I still do not agree with the 9 and 10 star ratings but I feel this movie is slightly better than the first one. This is primarily because Jennifer Lawrence’s character is more mature and she seems more comfortable in the role. She is no longer an immature, naive and lost child. At least not most of the time. The entire setup is still as ludicrous as before. It is a silly and depressing background scenario and it is definitely not my cup of tea. The people running around in ridiculous hair-do, makeup and showing a severe lack of intelligence is not making things better. The enjoyment of this movie comes when the games finally start. These parts are definitely better than in the first movie. The various dangers are well done, the effects good and there is an interesting overall theme to the arena and the dangers instead of randomly throwing new menaces at players that seemed to be the strategy in the first movie. To me the enjoyment of this movie is in the games themselves. This is probably because I just do not like the rest of the plot. The depressing scenario. The nonsensical and/or oppressive behavior, backstabbing etc. etc.

  • Andres Gomez

    More of the same stuff. Lawrence is not bad and I think Josh Hutcherson is a great discovering but that's mostly it.

  • CharlesTheBold

    This is a sequel to 2012's HUNGER GAMES, and is set in the same future world: a post-apocalyptic world where an Empire, called Panem, has imposed peace on the survivors only to decay into brutal tyranny. The symbol of the tyranny is the Hunger Games, a gladiator-type combat where only one "victor" is permitted and the rest of the fighters die. To keep the flow of victims coming, 12 districts of Panem are required each year to supply a teenage boy and girl for the fight, ostensibly as punishment for decades-old rebellion. The theme of this movie is the moral issues over how to oppose such tyranny. Katniss Everdeen ( Jennifer Lawrence), the spirited girl who won the previous year's Games, wishes to stop the oppression, but fears that outright revolution will hurt too many people. There is another character (whom I won't identify to avoid spoilers) who doesn't care how many people are hurt as long as the revolution is advanced. Many of the subjects of the Empire are resigned to submitting until some messianic deliverer will appear. Meanwhile the ruthless President-for-life Coriolanus Snow ( Donald Sutherland) is determined to destroy the rebels before they can get organized. Who will win out? Therein lies the suspense. There are enough special effects to make the futuristic background and technology credible without overwhelming the movie. Aside from Lawrence and Sutherland as the impressive antagonists, the movie has a strong supporting cast: Woody Harrelson as Katniss's shrewd but alcoholic mentor; Liam Hemworth and Josh Hutcherson as two boys representing the aggressive vs sensitive sides of Katniss's character; Elizabeth Banks as a kindly but naive woman oblivious to the tyranny; Oscar-winner Philip Hoffman as Snow's Machiavellian adviser, and Sam Clafin, Jeffrey Wright, and Jena Malone as formidable former victors drawn into the conflict. The movie's only real flaw is that being part of a continuing story keeps the plot from being resolved in the end.