Star Cast: Shailene Woodley, Kate Winslet, Naomi Watts, Jai Courteney, Theo James, Ansel Elgort, Miles Teller
Direction: Robert Schwentke
Duration: 1 hour 57 minutes
Times Of India (TOI):
Tris and Four have an odd dynamic. Tris is a hyper-emotional bleeding heart who either bursts into tears or snarls, while Four, true to Dauntless form, is the testosterone-raging, over-protective alpha male who literally keeps running after Tris when she gets upset, mouthing platitudes like “I know what you’re thinking” and bashing up anyone who tries to mess with her… Read full review...
It’s the second part in the Divergent
franchise, which follows the exploits of Tris Prior, her life after being discovered as someone who is different (plainspeak for “divergent”) in a society where everything is ordered and the citizens compliant. After seeking refuge with the Amity faction and later the Factionless, Tris does a lot of soul-searching in this one… Read full review...
By this point the Young Adult genre has not only reached its peak, but also crumbled to its lowest, attempted a resurgence and then limped again. Thanks to the success of ‘Twilight’ and ‘Hunger Games’, it’s clear that everyone in Hollywood wants a piece of the Young Adult pie… Read full review...
The Indian Express:
Even as it makes no concession for people who may have not read Veronica Roth’s Divergent books, or who may have missed the first movie based on them entirely, Insurgent works better than its 2014 predecessor… Read full review...