♪ (theme music) ♪ ♪ (punk rock music) ♪ (excited gasp) – (President Snow) I’ve been watching you.
– Hunger Games! – I haven’t seen this yet, actually. – You guys, this was
the first video I reacted to. It was part one. – (President Snow) My dear Miss Everdeen–
– He’s so creepy. – (President Snow)
The game is coming to its end. – My heart.
– (commander) Our future starts tomorrow at dawn. – I’m curious how part two’s gonna be because I didn’t think
part one was that great. – (commander) To slow our advance,
President Snow’s building a minefield of traps.
– Oh. (chuckles) – (commander) The sadistic inventions
of game makers meant– – Movies are so good now! – (Finnick) Ladies and gentlemen…
– (gasps) Finnick. He’s so beautiful. (laughs) – (dramatically) This November! (chuckles) (dramatically) Witness the epic conclusion! – I’ve lost the hype for this movie. – (Katniss) We’ve got one shot.
– I’m so excited! – Like, I didn’t understand
why they had to split them into two different parts. – (Katniss) Snow has to pay
for what he’s done. – You say that every time. – I’m more into The Maze Runner. – (Peeta) Our lives were never ours. They belong to Snow,
and our deaths do too. But if you kill him, Katniss–
– This movie’s gonna be really intense. – (Peeta) You can end all of this.
– Aargh! – (Peeta) All those deaths…
– That was dope. ♪ (dramatic music) ♪ – (Peeta) They mean something.
– Oh, chills. (laughs) – Everyone in this movie,
basically, is just so attractive. – (Katniss) Turn your weapons…
– Oh my god! – Lots of explosions in this movie. – Oh, no, no, no, no! – Oh no. I know that scene too. (muffled) Oh my god. ♪ (dramatic music) ♪ – (Katniss) …to Snow! – But there’s some scenes where this has so much more action than the other movie. ♪ (dramatic music) ♪ – It’s ending! That sucks. (stammering) ♪ (Rue’s Whistle) ♪ – (laughs) I’m getting a little emotional. – I don’t even need to see the movie now. I’m full! I’m done.
Bring out dessert. ♪ (punk rock music) ♪ – (Finebros) Okay,
so we’re going full circle as we’ve covered every
Hunger Games movie on Teens React. – Yeah, and I’ve been in two out of four. – (Finebros) And we always start
with how many of the other Hunger Games movies have you seen?
– Two. One and two. – I’ve seen all of them. – I’ve seen all of them. – I’ve seen all of them, actually. – I’ve seen all three, so far,
and I will be seeing this one. – I remember being
a freshman in high school. Now it’s like, “Okay,
so Mockingjay’s gonna come out when I’m a freshman in college. That’s crazy!” And I’m here now and I’m like,
“(gasps) That’s crazy!” – (Finebros) And what do you like
about The Hunger Games? – I guess the action’s cool. – They also stick to the book pretty well. – The acting’s really good. They’ve got some really good actors. – And I like how they put
a love story twist into it. – I loved the female character of Katniss. She was very strong and independent. – Jennifer Lawrence,
specifically, she’s awesome. I would love to date her.
I’m gonna say it. (laughs) I’m gonna say it. – It’s one of those dystopian society books which are always
really interesting to see. It’s, like, one view of what our world
looks like in the far-off future. – (Finebros) And what are the things
you don’t like about it? – Some of the deaths. – They put more romance
in it than was in the books, than what needed to be,
but it’s Hollywood, so I can’t really complain. – There’s too much mushy-gushy Katniss. It’s like, “Oh no!
Should I do Peeta or… Gale?” – I am so sick of movies based off of books making the last book two parts. – (Finebros) So when books
get split into two movies, which has become this new trend, at first people usually are pretty upset,
saying there’s no need for it, but now we’re here at the end. Do you find that you’re glad
that you’re getting one more movie versus it having already ended a year ago? – I’ve actually always thought
that Mockingjay should be put into two movies because
so much happens in this book. – Overall, I think it’s better
because they’re able to add more quality and more detail. – No, that annoys the [bleep] out of me. They’re only doing it to drain
money out of their audience. – They could’ve put it
into one three hour movie. Fans would’ve watched the three hour movie, just like Lord of the Rings. – I think, if you do it right,
like Harry Potter, it’s good. I don’t know why it
was important with Twilight. That one didn’t seem very necessary to me. – It’s cool that you get to have
this experience for an extra time, like a little bonus,
but also nobody is ever like, “Yeah, the first installment
of the seventh Harry Potter book, where they were running around
in the woods for two hours, that’s my favorite.” – (Finebros) And even though
the movie is still popular, do you feel there’s just
as much hype for the franchise as there was when the film first came out? – For this movie, particularly,
I think it is bringing in a lot of hype. – I think they’re more hyped now. The movie’s climaxing,
so it’s like more and more hype. – No, not necessarily because
I haven’t seen as many billboards or commercials for them. – I haven’t seen a single thing
about The Hunger Games coming out. – When the movies first came out,
the books were still really relevant and fresh. Now it’s just in the movie industry,
so it’s lessened a little bit. – The first movie that everyone
got super, super excited about, and then after that
it became just another movie. I used to be a die-hard fan,
but not really anymore. – (Finebros) What are you looking
forward to in the last movie? – Everything. – More fight scenes. – I guess, this sounds really bad, but… ♪ (jazzy music) ♪ – I wanna say…
♪ (jazzy music) ♪ – I don’t wanna spoil anything.
– (Finebros) Spoil! ♪ (jazzy music) ♪ – Yeah, it’s gonna be sad. (laughs) – (Finebros) So when franchises
like this come to a close, what kinds of feelings does it give you? – It makes me happy to see
what new series comes out, knowing now that all the hype
is gonna be moved on to The Maze Runner. – Now there’s just this emptiness. What do I have to fill that,
to find something? – Whenever you finish a series,
it’s like a part of you is gone. – The bittersweet feels,
you know, where it’s like you get so excited. This is the last one,
but then you’re like, “Oh, it’s over. That’s it. No more.” – It’s also kind of saddening because
that means the kids younger than us won’t necessarily have–
the same thing with Harry Potter, they won’t have been
caught up in that hype and they’ll be like, “Oh yeah,
The Hunger Games. Eh.” – You grow up with these people
for so many years, and then it just ends,
and then you’re like, “Well, this is weird. I’m still growing, but they’re not.” They’re a tradition, almost, and then
they’re just not there anymore. – (Finebros) How do you think you’re gonna
look back on The Hunger Games as a franchise when you’re older? – I probably won’t even care
about it. (laughs) – I feel like I’ll like them,
but not to the extent I do now. – I’ll have new things
that I also will love, so maybe it won’t mean as much to me. – When I’m older,
I’ll definitely go back and watch it, or watch it with my kids one day. – I’m going to make
my kids super jealous of me. (laughs) I’m just saying, “Yeah, look,
guess what nerdom I grew up with? This is when nerdom became mainstream.” – It’s a good book, and it’s a great story, and it’s pretty timeless. I think I’ll like it as an adult. – I really liked the story. It’s not, you know, spectacularly written. I’ll look back on it and be like,
“Those were the good days. Those were.” – (Finebros) Last question:
when this movie comes out, do you plan to see it at midnight,
sometime over the opening weekend, in theatres– but not opening weekend–
at home, later, or never? – Midnight. – Midnight! – Probably at midnight. – I’ll probably end up
seeing it opening weekend. – Probably in theatres, not opening weekend. – Theatres, but not opening weekend. – Opening weekend, but in IMAX. – I’ll probably see it
in the theatres one day. – Probably not at all, unless I see it
on an airplane or something. – Probably opening weekend. I’m not one to wait in line at midnight ’cause I like to be awake in my movies. – I’ll watch it at home, torrented illegally. The only one I actually paid
for was Mockingjay, the first one– part one. All of them, I just torrented.
It’s not worth my money. – Thanks so much for watching
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