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'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1' lands on Xbox Video

If you or your family are fans of The Hunger Games, you can now purchase The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 on Xbox Video a full two weeks ahead of the Movie's Marth 6 release on DVD and Blu-ray.

The Hunger Games films are based on a series of novels penned by Suzanne Collins. Mockingjay - Part 1 is the third in the film series, and follows Katniss Everdeen in her efforts to fight back against an oppressive government.

As far as price is concerned, the film runs $14.99 in SD or $19.99 in HD, and as an added bonus, you'll also score access to some deleted scenes and featurettes. If you want to go ahead and snag the film for family movie night around the Xbox One, you can do so from the source link below.

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  • Available for rent? Been about 10 years since I bought a movie or a CD.
  • My guess in a few months seems to be the norm for most movies on live
  • Nothing happened un this movie. It was all set up for Part 2.
  • Nothing ever happens in Part 1 of a movie that was only split in two because "money!" lol
  • Yes it was very slow and you really had to be a fan to appreciate what the movie was about. I was expecting a lot of action based on the previews but I still enjoyed the movie. I wouldn't suggest watching this one if you're even close to tired. You will fall
  • I wouldn't say nothing happened.
    *Spoiler alert*
    The fire fight in District 8, the bombing of District 13 and Peeta's rescue where plenty of action packed, among some other smaller scenes. Not to mention the character driven scenes. And the place they decided to end the movie was a heck of lot more frightening and effective than in the book
  • Yea, I thought it was okay though. But it was a bit of a drag but I read the books so nothing really surprising. Loved seeing the adaptation though, can't wait for part 2 Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Already bought it! My wife loves the series and we watch these movies over and over. I don't mind J-Law in a tight leather body suit either ;)
  • Exactly.... Or ya know naked.
  • Long live the torrents!
  • Told my wife and I think I heard her panties drop she could get it two weeks early. Got it on VUDU instead of Xbox though.
  • I didn't realize it was two weeks early. Maybe I'll hear the pantry drop as well ;). Got it on XBox video. Can't wait for that family plan to go active.
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  • Or just wait to get the blu ray and don't be held hostage by drm which can deny you access to what you've already paid for.
  • Who the hell uses physical media anymore? Where am I going to jam a Bluray in my Ultrabook, Surface 3 or Windows Phone? Physical media. Needs. To. Die.
  • I do for select movies and TV season sets. I enjoy the special features.
  • Once optical media dies then you're locked in cloud land and drm hell forever.
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  • Ikr
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  • I would imagine $20 is perfectly okay for most if its a movie you really want.
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