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dpanter's avatar


A 119 minute long groan.

If you paid money to see this, you need a psychiatrist or simply a good thirty whacks in the head with a hammer.

Avoid this inane dreck if you value your mental health.
5 years 1 month ago
theladyswan's avatar


The first one was a lot better. I found this sequel really slow and with barely no action.
5 years 5 months ago
Pauljt1980's avatar


One of the most boring films ive seen this year
3 years 2 months ago
nafees's avatar


Divergent series was really a good watch, interesting plot. But this one, Insurgent really damages the plot with weak script. 1st one was better, 2nd one damaged the coming of the 3rd.
4 years 11 months ago
xxNicollable's avatar


Miles Teller was a total scene stealer! And maybe this is just me being a sensationalist, but damn, this movie had almost NO humor. Not even the tiniest bit of self-mocking or snappy comebacks. And then there's TWO MORE coming! How, I do not know.
5 years 6 months ago
hirv's avatar


I thought it was rather good since it's based on the second book which is so much worse than the first book. It was a lot faster than the book.
4 years 8 months ago
ikkegoemikke's avatar


"Divergent 100%.
I'll be damned.
She's what we've been looking for."

I really start hating those damn different film versions of children's books. They are always spread over several films so you always have to wait a year before you can see the sequel. Similarly this sequel to "Divergent". I could still partially remember what it was about, but the first 15 minutes I was actually systematically trying to reconstruct the previous film. It would be best to watch the previous movie once again before you start a sequel. But then again this happens never due to the lack of time. And then, to know that the last part of the sequel is again divided into two films, and that for the obvious reasons. Let's hope that my biggest fear won't come true, namely that we'll be overwhelmed by serial-like movies in the future.

Logically one makes a comparison with the similar series of films of "The Hunger Games". The first part of the latter was clearly way better than "Divergent". But "Insurgent" surpasses again the second part of "The Hunger Games" . I thought the latter was a faint duplicate of the first part. I had the tendency to check all the time to see if I hadn't started the wrong movie. "Insurgent" continues where the first part left off (quite logical, no?). It doesn't waste any time and soon it plunges itself into a series of thrilling action sequences. Tris (Shailene Woodley), Four (Theo James), Caleb (Ansel Elgort) and Peter (Miles Teller, who made a greater impression on me in "Whiplash"), the least reliable gland of the group, were separated from the rest of Dauntless. This faction had to flee after Jeanine (Kate Winslet) started a coup during which she wanted to eradicate "divergents" (for those who didn't know, Tris is Divergent which allegedly means she could belong to any faction) because they constitute a threat for the peaceful society as it exists now. Meanwhile Jeanine's troops have found a mysterious device with all symbols of all factions printed on it. Seemingly it contains a message from the founders of the city and can only be opened by someone who can undergo all the simulations without dying. Guess twice who the lucky volunteer will be!

Last year I said to myself not to watch the next parts of this series because it was so predictable and because of the teenage girl content. Well, you can see I gave in but no regrets this time. Yet only a few remarks. The uncomplicated way Tris could create such a trendy, modern styled haircut without a mirror and with a primitive-looking scissors (looks like an illustration from a glossy magazine which you can find on the table at your local hairdresser), even stunned my wife with a marveled reaction as a result. This will be the new hair style this summer, I guess. Then it occurred to me again that nobody can get on or off a train in a typical manner. And then there is the thrilling fact that seemingly without much effort (they are massively sought and still they can stroll around everywhere calmly) they are being overpowered, after which suddenly they are again liberated. And then of course the obligatory lovescenes are present as well.

But otherwise, this film is filled with action and the CGI is at times unprecedented that'll take your breath away. Especially the simulations looked amazing and detailed (especially the house floating through the air). The fact that you didn't know whether it was real or a simulated situation became a bit monotonous. But the film went on at a furious pace so you won't be bored for a minute. It's a certainty that I'll be watching the last part as well although I'll probably be p*ssed because of them making 2 films out of it. The end result will surely be two quite largely stretched-out parts.

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5 years 2 months ago
dream_tiger's avatar


More tween dystopia Hunger Games leftovers.
5 years 6 months ago
Communicants's avatar


Cinema is dead.
5 years 7 months ago
BadFluffy's avatar


Dumb version of the Hunger Games which was already poor by any standard.
I know who writes those dumb books but who reads them? And why must every single one of them end up on the big screen?
5 years 3 months ago
Emiam's avatar


-4/5 or 7/10
The Divergent-series has what the Hunger Games-series misses!
5 years 3 months ago
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