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The Wrap
8.5

"Smart, exciting and thrilling (...) One of the most successful blockbuster films of the year".

Read review Alonso Duralde
Empire
8.0

It?s not perfect but by the end (or endings ? 'Return Of The King'-style, there are several), fans will be satisfied that Lawrence and Lawrence have done Katniss proud.

Read review Helen O'hara
Chicago Sun-Times
7.5

"'Mockingjay - Part 2' is a dark journey, dark, violent and sometimes just bizarre, what comes to be an adequate, although irregular conclusion to a series of films that have always been strange (...)."

Read review Richard Roeper
The Hollywood Reporter
6.5

"'I'm a bit tired after all these years," admits Katniss Everdeen (...) It's hard not to agree with her. "

Read review Todd McCarthy
Cinemanía
6.0

"Jennifer Lawrence reaches the end of the series and the war in Panem more like a process than as a culmination."

Read review Daniel de Partearroyo
Screen Daily
8.0

"'Mockingjay: Part 2' proves to be the most satisfying, exciting and emotional film in the franchise, solving Odyssey Katniss Everdeen with tense action sequences and a deserved awe."

Read review Tim Grierson
Rolling Stone
7.5

"Jennifer Lawrence shoots his last arrow and revive a yawning franchise (...) The good news is that 'Mockingjay - Part 2'. -the big finale- has enough of what makes the book exciting (...)."

Read review Peter Travers
Variety
7.5

"Games and fun become even darker (...) The film gets benefits from having room to breathe, which allows subtle moments between the characters."

Read review Peter Debruge
Fotogramas
6.0

"Finally, Katniss, who was always the most important thing in the film series, can fly free in our memory."

Read review Beatriz Martínez
Entertainment Weekly
5.0

"['Mockingjay Part 2'] wanders too much in the dark (...) The film seems less an entertainment teen sort of hunger Game of Thrones."

Read review Leah Greenblatt