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Miles Teller as Peter
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Naomi Watts as Evelyn
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho4 / 10

Too Long and Boring Franchise

"The Divergent Series: Allegiant" is another part of this too long and boring franchise. The saga of Tris and Four and their friends is repetitive and predictable, using clichés and special effects. The screenplay is poor and stupid. For example, David is capable to close doors and remotely controls the city; why does he need someone to release the gas in Chicago? The worst is that the story does not end and there will be another sequel to gross more money for the producers. My vote is four.

Title (Brazil): "A Série Divergente: Convergente" ("The Divergent Series: convergent")

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca4 / 10

Better than Insurgent, but still no good

ALLEGIANT is the third film in the DIVERGENT series, following on from the rubbish INSURGENT. Originally there were meant to be four films in the franchise but this film did so badly at the box office that there's talk of the fourth film being a TV movie which will be interesting to say the least. I really don't like this franchise at all, finding it a mere rip-off of THE HUNGER GAMES which was itself a teen-friendly rip-off of BATTLE ROYALE, but the good news is that ALLEGIANT is much better than the last film in the series, although that doesn't make it good.

INSURGENT was all about predictability and mindless action whereas ALLEGIANT at least has a plot of sorts, even if it isn't a very good one. The same problems that exist with the first two films are also present here, with too much time given over to teen moping around and all of the established adult stars limited to showing up, intoning a few lines of dialogue, and disappearing again. Shailene Woodley makes for an ultra-annoying heroine and hardly someone you can root for. The running time is overlong and too much of the story is padded out with scenes of characters travelling around. The thing that annoys me is the needless way they throw in CGI shot after CGI shot as if that's going to hold the attention; the bit where they float about in those giant bubbles is the nadir of this film. Still, some of the sub-plots are mildly interesting, and at least this film appears to be going somewhere which is better than normal for the franchise.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

some more explanation

Jeanine is dead. Evelyn (Naomi Watts) is putting her followers on show trials and bans escaping Chicago. Johanna (Octavia Spencer) starts organizing an opposition. Tris (Shailene Woodley) breaks out her brother Caleb with the help of Four (Theo James). Peter (Miles Teller) forces his way onto their escape plan. They are joined by Christina but Tori is killed. Outside of Chicago, they find forces under David (Jeff Daniels) who is conducting the experiment to 'fix' human genes.

I don't read the books. I'm not a big fan of the first two movies. I don't believe in the world being built by the franchise. It never made sense to me. In this sequel, the world is expanding and an explanation is presented. While this world is still problematic, it finally makes some internal logic. It's still dumb. I do like Woodley and she has the charisma to lead. This is not a favorite franchise to start and it's losing even more steam.

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