After defying The Capitol in the 74th Annual Hunger Games Katniss and Peeta must subdue the rebellion they caused. The pair continues to play star-crossed lovers and travel the country speaking to all of the districts. They are soon faced with another year of the Hunger Games and must find a way to defeat The Capitol.
I loved this movie just as much as the first. My only critique is that it picks up right where the other one left off. I strongly suggest you watch the first Hunger Games before seeing Catching Fire. The movie is almost two-and-a-half-hours long but it goes by quickly and leads you right into the third movie.
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