The Divergent Series: Allegiant

I didn’t come into Allegiant expecting much since I didn’t care much for the other films. The first was interesting but still had a Hunger Games feel to it and the second felt a little repetitive but there was enough pomp that gave it some edge to be a fairly entertaining film. Allegiant feels redundant and it’s running out of steam. There were many technical problems that, though most film goers would be oblivious to, it was a bit of a mess to me. A couple obvious green screen backdrop, a few glaring continuity errors, plot holes and more. It wasn’t a bad film by any means. Divergent fans will still get their Tris and Four love kicks. But for me, the issue is that the movie feels like it’s just there to generate revenue and be a placeholder to the real action for the final film. It’s too bad because there is good message that is very relatable in this politically charged season that we are currently in. #nocosign

Author: Timothy Noble

Actor, movie buff, and living life to the fullest.

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