The Girl on Fire is about to fizzle out.
But not before she gets revenge for herself, her District and all the other Districts out there. So we assume, at least.
The Hunger Games Mockingjay - Part 2 hits theaters on November 20, with Jennifer Lawrence putting on her pin and picking up her bow-and-arrow one final time.
What are critics saying about the final installment of this beloved franchise?
It's safe to assume you're going to see it as soon as possible no matter what, but here's a rundown of some positive and negative The Hunger Games Mockingjay - Part reviews:
As it turns out, they saved the best for last. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" is a dark film, in a dramatically satisfying way. - The Arizona Republic
Mockingjay - Part 2 deserves credit for incorporating real-world themes like media manipulation, terrorism and power vacuums, but its somber-faced, hand-wringing treatment can be tough to take seriously. - Newsday
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2 brings the four-film saga of Katniss Everdeen and her revolutionary war to a dutiful, fairly satisfying if undeniably attenuated conclusion. - The Chicago Tribune
Mockingjay - Part 2 is a grim, dark, trippy, violent and sometimes just plain bizarre journey, which makes for a fitting if uneven conclusion to a film series that's always been weird. - The Chicago Sun-Times
It's a rare film adaptation that improves upon the original text, highlighting its crucial themes while streamlining and shaping the action into something legible and gripping. - Vanity Fair
This fourth and final entry into the cinematic world of Katniss and company is a bit of overkill, but certainly will please fans who can now say they have lived though the whole epic story which of course was cooked up by Suzanne Collins in her literary trilogy. - Deadline
All those years ago when I turned my nose at the first film for its apparently franchise-friendly machinations, and at the second film for how the marketing contradicted the messaging, I was falling head-first into a trap. Well played, Katniss. Well played. - Forbes