The first half of MOCKINGJAY isn’t your typical third installment of a “chosen one” story. Why? Because Katniss Everdeen, the film’s chosen one, is still a reluctant hero. This usually pertains to the first installment of a hero’s journey only. Even worse is the rebel resistance spends the first hour building a marketing campaign around the reluctant Katniss as the symbol of a revolution. If that seems a bit nondramatic, it is—we get more tone and mood in the first hour than drama. It doesn’t help that Jennifer Lawrence is moping throughout the entire film—by now Katniss should be kicking ass and taking names, not being confused on her role in the story.