Thursday, March 26, 2015

MINI-REVIEW: The Divergent Series: Insurgent 3D

The Divergent Series: Insurgent

Shailene Woodley, Theo James


March 20, 2015

Robert Schwentke

Summit Entertainment

1 hour 59 minutes



It's been just over a year since the novel "Divergent" was adapted for the big screen, and since that film did so well, it only seems appropriate that the book's sequel would be adapted to the big screen as well.  Alas, it was, and here we are with "The Divergent Series: Insurgent," now in post-converted 3D!  I have to point out now that the 3D here is absolutely useless, so if you want to see this, save your money and see this in 2D if possible.  It's taken me a few days to solidify my opinion on this, and I've finally reached a verdict: I enjoyed "Insurgent," plain and simple.  Is the story convoluted at times?  Yes.  Do some characters get introduced only to barely be included in the main story?  Absolutely.  However, did the film keep me entertained and invested?  Yes it very much did.  If you're a fan of the "Divergent" books and/or the first film in the series, then I have a feeling you'll enjoy this one.  It's fun, it's visually gorgeous, and it's well acted.  If you're not a fan of these films, then don't waste your time going to see this because, let's face it, why pay for something you know you're not going to like?  Honestly, that's really all I have to say about this.


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