TRR: Though it might feel like forever, the first Hunger Games movie was only released a mere three years ago. Since then, we've watched star Jennifer Lawrence go from being a virtual unknown to one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood, while her character, Katniss Everdeen, evolved from a meek, small-town teenager into a powerful voice for freedom, known to the people of Panem simply as the Mockingjay. Now, in the final chapter of the Hunger Games saga, Katniss' four-movie journey comes to its highly anticipated end, as she and her rebel comrades attempt to put a stop to Panem's bloody civil war by putting a bullet between the eyes of the man responsible: President Snow (Donald Sutherland). Returning to the franchise one last time is director Francis Lawrence, who builds upon the foundation laid by the three previous films, leveraging the audience's familiarity with the characters for maximum impact. Yes, Mockingjay - Part 2 is a fair bit more action-oriented than its predecessor. Yet, somehow it still manages to test viewers' patience from time to time. Maybe it's because we're all just a little tired of watching the young people of this dystopian future rage and rage (and rage some more) against the proverbial machine. Either way you cut it, we're all just looking for a little closure, which is exactly what Mockingjay - Part 2 provides. Nothing more, nothing less.