The Divergent Series: Allegiant Movie
The Divergent: Allegiant paves way for fourth and final part of the four part Divergent series
Tris decides to escape the fraction ridden Chicago. Dream of a happy life is beyond the final wall of the city. Tris and Four will leave the city for a happy life. Allegiant starts with a happy note but little do they know that their dreams will be shattered once they cross the boundary wall and try living their dreams.
Beyond the fence, Tris meets a new reality that is more bitter and acrimonious than the previous life. She left behind a society fractured by violence, betrayal and power struggles but now she is in a society that is more scaring than the previous one. The challenges of new life fade memories of old society away and Tris again starts understanding complexities of human behavior and life.
Allegiant is a movie different from the regular themes developed on ideas like anarchy and terrorism. Also it isn’t science fiction that has very little to offer. This film is based on truth and reality. It shows human behavior and struggle of a common man. Everyone dreams of a peaceful life but how many of us could get this life. If you’ve seen the first two parts of Allegiant, you will certainly appreciate the movie.
Why watch the movie?
If you’ve seen the first two parts then you will certainly go to see the third part. And it is perhaps the most beautiful part of the four part series. The fourth part is yet to be announced. Also you don’t need reminding you of the first two parts, if you haven’t seen them. The third part is complete and enjoyable. It is nice picture that is understandable. Viewers get ample to sit, relax and enjoy the movie. They aren’t rushed to the conclusion.
The movie’s tag line is “Break the boundaries of your world
Directed – Robert Schwentke
Produced – Douglas Wick, Lucy Fisher, Pouya Shabazian
Written – Noah Oppenheim, Adam Cooper, Bill Collage, Stephen Chbosky
Starring – Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Octavia Spencer, Ray Stevenson, Zoë Kravitz, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, Maggie Q, Bill Skarsgård, Naomi Watts, Jeff Daniels
Allegiant Movie Trailer