The war continues and the losses will be greater than everﾠbefore. Katnissﾠnow faces a battle at homeﾠas well as the oneﾠthat rages on in the capital. Is Katniss ready for what the Mockingjay really means? The more she sees, the more sheﾠplots revenge against Snow. He has taken so much from everyoneﾠthat he must pay... She'll realize what it will take to do what's necessary, she begins to see that Snow is not the only target in her sights. This could change everything, for the victors, the districts, and even the capitol... The decision is hers alone to make. An opportunity presents itselfﾠthat offers her a way in, she goes forth. There's no way to know what the cost of this day could possibly be. When she comes to the realization, there's no turning back. Even after this event, she finds the strength to do what is necessary. In doing so, her entire life will change. This movie definitely wraps up the story, it's a bit slow at times and has much less action than the other Hunger Games movies. In saying that, there's more to the story itself but it still feels unnecessarily drawn out in parts. The last third of the movie is the best of this final chapter, yet it's not quite the blockbuster it's played up to be. If you're a fan of the series, this is a must see (though there's some content that might be a little much for younger audiences). Those that haven't followed the story may feel a bit lost as there are many references to the previous movies, but there are even parts for them to enjoy. Overall it's acted beautifully and told well with mild distractions... Bring a friend, bring a tissue and enjoy the ending to this captivating series.