Insurgent


Insurgent

Overview:

Beatrice Prior must confront her inner demons and continue her fight against a powerful alliance which threatens to tear her society apart.

Votes 3800 (6.2/10)

Runtime: 119 minutes

Release Date 2015-03-18

Budget: $110,000,000.00

Revenue: $295,238,201.00

Website: Link

Tagline: One Choice Can Destroy You

Production company:

  • Summit Entertainment
  • Mandeville Films
  • Red Wagon Entertainment
  • NeoReel

Production country:

  • United States of America

Genres:

  • Adventure
  • Science Fiction
  • Thriller

Trailer

Further Information

Beatrice "Tris" Prior
Shailene Woodley
Shailene Woodley
Tobias "Four" Eaton
Theo James
Theo James
Jeanine Matthews
Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet
Caleb Prior
Ansel Elgort
Ansel Elgort
Peter Hayes
Miles Teller
Miles Teller
Evelyn Johnson-Eaton
Naomi Watts
Naomi Watts
Tori Wu
Maggie Q
Maggie Q
Eric Coulter
Jai Courtney
Jai Courtney
Christina
Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz
Marcus Eaton
Ray Stevenson
Ray Stevenson
Johanna Reyes
Octavia Spencer
Octavia Spencer
Marlene
Suki Waterhouse
Suki Waterhouse
Lynn
Rosa Salazar
Rosa Salazar
Jack Kang
Daniel Dae Kim
Daniel Dae Kim
Max
Mekhi Phifer
Mekhi Phifer
Will
Ben Lloyd-Hughes
Ben Lloyd-Hughes
Andrew Prior
Tony Goldwyn
Tony Goldwyn
Natalie Prior
Ashley Judd
Ashley Judd
Uriah Pedrad
Keiynan Lonsdale
Keiynan Lonsdale
Hector
Emjay Anthony
Emjay Anthony
Edgar
Jonny Weston
Jonny Weston
Amity Citizen (uncredited)
Jessica Yoshimura
Jessica Yoshimura
Amity Girl (uncredited)
A.J. Sexton
A.J. Sexton
Candor Girl (uncredited)
Hunter Denoyelles
Hunter Denoyelles
Executive Producer
Neil Burger
Neil Burger
Director
Robert Schwentke
Robert Schwentke
Screenplay
Brian Duffield
Brian Duffield
Screenplay
Akiva Goldsman
Akiva Goldsman
Novel
Veronica Roth
Veronica Roth
Producer
Douglas Wick
Douglas Wick
Director of Photography
Florian Ballhaus
Florian Ballhaus
Executive Producer
Todd Lieberman
Todd Lieberman
Screenplay
Mark Bomback
Mark Bomback
Original Music Composer
Joseph Trapanese
Joseph Trapanese
Executive Producer
David Hoberman
David Hoberman
Producer
Pouya Shahbazian
Pouya Shahbazian
Casting
Venus Kanani
Venus Kanani
Executive Producer
Barry H. Waldman
Barry H. Waldman
Animation
Stewart Alves
Stewart Alves
Compositors
Jacob Jared Jones
Jacob Jared Jones
VFX Artist
Aaron Williams
Aaron Williams
Compositors
Erik Classen
Erik Classen
Producer
Lucy Fisher
Lucy Fisher
Co-Producer
Tina Anderson
Tina Anderson
Associate Producer
Julia Enescu
Julia Enescu
Co-Producer
John Wildermuth
John Wildermuth
Co-Producer
Charlie Morrison
Charlie Morrison
Co-Producer
Veronica Roth
Veronica Roth
Editor
Stuart Levy
Stuart Levy
Editor
Nancy Richardson
Nancy Richardson
Casting
Sande Alessi
Sande Alessi
Casting
Mary Vernieu
Mary Vernieu
Production Design
Alec Hammond
Alec Hammond
Costume Design
Louise Mingenbach
Louise Mingenbach
Art Direction
Jay Pelissier
Jay Pelissier
Art Direction
Michael H. Ward
Michael H. Ward
Set Decoration
Kathy Lucas
Kathy Lucas
Hairstylist
Lumas Hamilton Jr.
Lumas Hamilton Jr.
Hairstylist
Yolanda Toussieng
Yolanda Toussieng
Hairstylist
Ryan Trygstad
Ryan Trygstad
Makeup Department Head
Brad Wilder
Brad Wilder
Makeup Department Head
Edouard F. Henriques
Edouard F. Henriques
Makeup Artist
Gerald Quist
Gerald Quist
Makeup Artist
Zsofia Otvos
Zsofia Otvos
Makeup Artist
Kimberly Jones
Kimberly Jones
Makeup Artist
Michal Bigger
Michal Bigger
Art Department Coordinator
Chloe Lipp
Chloe Lipp
Dialogue Editor
Michelle Pazer
Michelle Pazer
Dialogue Editor
Michael Hertlein
Michael Hertlein
ADR & Dubbing
Renée Tondelli
Renée Tondelli
Dolby Consultant
James Wright
James Wright
Foley
Rick Owens
Rick Owens
Foley
Gary A. Hecker
Gary A. Hecker
Sound Designer
Harry Cohen
Harry Cohen
Sound Designer
Jon Title
Jon Title
Sound Effects Editor
Tim Walston
Tim Walston
Sound Editor
Dror Mohar
Dror Mohar
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Christian P. Minkler
Christian P. Minkler
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Michael Minkler
Michael Minkler
Supervising Sound Editor
Dave McMoyler
Dave McMoyler
Special Effects Coordinator
Bruno Van Zeebroeck
Bruno Van Zeebroeck
CG Supervisor
Pavel Pranevsky
Pavel Pranevsky
Gaffer
Chris Culliton
Chris Culliton
Camera Operator
Kent Harvey
Kent Harvey
Second Unit Cinematographer
Ted Lichtenheld
Ted Lichtenheld
Camera Operator
P. Scott Sakamoto
P. Scott Sakamoto
Camera Operator
Charles Schner
Charles Schner
Steadicam Operator
David J. Thompson
David J. Thompson
Rigging Gaffer
Mike Tyson
Mike Tyson
Script Supervisor
Alicia Accardo
Alicia Accardo
Supervising Art Director
Alan Hook
Alan Hook
Stunts
Karin Silvestri
Karin Silvestri
Stunts
Elena Sanchez
Elena Sanchez
CG Supervisor
Richard Sutherland
Richard Sutherland
Dialect Coach
Susan Hegarty
Susan Hegarty

Per Gunnar Jonsson

As I did in my review of the first instalment, in this movie series I should probably point out that I have not read the books. Some people claim that this movie do not follow the books but, obviously, I cannot comment on that. So my review is based on the movie and the movie alone. I have to confess that I mostly watched this movie because I did watch the first instalment and felt obliged to see where the story went. This movie have quite a few fairly cool special effects, especially the ones when Tris is in the virtual reality world trying to open the cube with the message to the inhabitants in the closed up city. Unfortunately this pretty much sums up the good parts of the movie. As with Divergent I found this movie to be fairly mediocre. One reviewer said that this was a movie dumbed down for the teenage audience. Unfortunately I feel that he was right. Also unfortunately I think many teenagers are a lot smarter than Hollywood believe they are. The plot is, well, mediocre. The acting is fairly meh. The main character, Tris, really lacks any form of charisma and spends most of the movie going around in some state of melancholy feeling sorry for herself and everything that happens around her. Apart from Four most of the people were behaving immaturely, cluelessly, froze up or panicked whenever something nasty happened and switched allegiances back and forth like you changed shirts. When Tris finally opened the cube I was expecting something cool and unexpected. What we got was a rather dull message about the city and its “purpose”. I complained in my review of divergent that we got absolutely no background information as to how the people had ended up in this ridiculous situation with a closed city and these factions that I still do not understand what they were supposed to solve. The message was supposed to explain this but it explained absolutely nothing except that the divergents were some kind of purpose or solution. The ending? Well again this is a book series so it is not surprising that it ends in somewhat of a cliffhanger but it was really a cheap ending, one that you would expect from a TV series episode. So I cannot say that I liked the movie very much. The virtual reality special effects scenes were fairly cool but that was about it.

Andres Gomez

Briefing; this movie is just bad. The first was not good either but this one continues the path open by the first. The special effects are quite noticeably rendered by computers and the actors are uncharismatic, other than that, the plot is just bad. Another movie with quasi-teenager lead roles in a dystopic future in which stupidity is spread all along man-kind. We just witness the struggle of our heroine with her self-imposed guilt with stupid enemies that let her survive at every moment so she can become the messiah she is meant to be. I think the only positive part I can get from this movie is the preeminence of strong and important female characters. Other than that, just skip it.

Reno

> The mystery box and the power hungry leaders! This is not a bad sequel, I quite enjoyed it, but I think I liked 'Divergent' better. The story continued a very short after where it ended in the first. In this part, it was all about power hungry where many try to get that top post. On the other side, there will be an attempt to open a mystery box that found which might reveal some important detail about them. Looked like a very good storyline, unpredictable stuffs, but not utilised to its full potential. Though the actors were good, especially Shailene was sexy in her short hairs. I think she came straight out of 'The Fault in Our Stars' to take up this role where her brother in this film was a boyfriend in that. Visually as well very captivating with those great graphics and it is first digital 3D film in the series. It has numerous small twists, especially during decrypting the mystery box. So I felt the middle parts were the best part of the film. I thought this film would take place outside the wall, but a new story was developed and still kept the mystery about the rest of the world. I don't know the book, but that's my disappointment. I hope the next film in the series would go beyond the wall and explore some new things. So I'm looking forward for the 'Allegiant'. 6/10

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