Action packed, one of my favourite movies.
I would recommend this film for kids age 12 and above. This film has a lot of action in it and some of it is violent (intended to be violent or ended up causing injuries). There is a part in the film (SPOILERS) towards the end (around the last half hour) where Katniss rushes into the hospital wing of District 13 and she sees Johanna Mason and Annie Cresta in an extremely bad condition (Johanna more than Annie), after being rescued from The Capitol, which is the result of being tortured by President Snow. Katniss is then ushered into a separate room by Haymitch so she can see Peeta. Once Peeta has locked his eyes on her, he lunges at her throat, tackling her to the ground as he tries to strangle her. It is later learned that he only did this because he had been hijacked (tortured using tracker-jacker venom, which reverses his thoughts, making him think Katniss is a danger to everybody's lives) by President Snow. Johanna's head is shaved, she is having to use a cannula and there are a lot of visible scars all over her body. Annie has no physical damage. It is then shown that Katniss ends up in a neck brace, unable to speak, because of the strangulation. Katniss then gets out of bed and walks along the hallway, only to see Peeta thrashing about and crying in his bed while he is restrained. These particular scenes can be very distressing to younger viewers. There is also a lot of violence (more than the previous films, even though there are no more Games) throughout the whole film, i.e: (MORE SPOILERS) Dozens of Peacekeepers being blown up in a forest in District 7, the main electricity firm for Panem (with dozens of Peacekeepers inside) being blown up by the people of District 5 and a hospital in District 8, full of injured patients from a previous bombing, being bombed, causing the death of most of the survivors from District 8. This installment of the series is definitely more intense than previous films, and I would only recommend it for kids age 12 and above.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness