Quirky Twitter accounts pop up, catch fire and are often then forgotten, but one has stuck with me, and it's highly relevant to this week's major release. Whoever is behind the Dystopian YA Novel account (@DystopianYA), I want you to know that you nailed it, and the latest movie in the "Divergent" series is testament.

Quirky Twitter accounts pop up, catch fire and are often then forgotten, but one has stuck with me, and it's highly relevant to this week's major release.

Whoever is behind the Dystopian YA Novel account (@DystopianYA), I want you to know that you nailed it, and the latest movie in the "Divergent" series is testament.

The series of movies based on the series of young adult novels by Veronica Roth has always been a second-tier "Hunger Games," but the latest movie is just as convoluted and borderline unwatchable as the rest.

The plot? Well, there is one, I guess. It's the continuing adventures of Tris (Shailene Woodley), the unassuming young woman who defied her dystopian setting to lead a rebellion against … no, seriously, it's a weak "Hunger Games." Sorry.

The difference is that those movies didn't suck for anyone who hadn't read the books. These "Divergent" movies consistently have to explain what's going on.

The frustration is that this series is closer to "Twilight" than "Hunger Games" in terms of quality, and it's not for lack of a talented cast (always the biggest issue with "Twilight"). Woodley is a talented young lead. One of her supporting cast members is Miles Teller, who is far better than the d-bag typecasting this places him in. Naomi Watts, Octavia Spencer and Jeff Daniels are also wasted.

The budget is sort-of there, but there's also some embarrassingly bad green screen effects. Worst of all? The last book is, of course, split into two parts, so we aren't done with this series yet, even though we should be.