by Heinrich Domingo
For those who cannot comprehend the value of momentary silence, blank stares, and rhythmic poundings, The Mockingjay 2 wishes to apologize. The bored readers might have missed the depiction of the art and science of war. In its last installment, Hunger Games explicates that its story is more than killings and violence, it is of politics, morality, and philosophy. It captures the intricate process of finding utopia in a world designed to be dynamic and faulty.