Branching off from the New films for analysis thread. Just thought I would offer my gut feel ideas. Happy to hear others' thoughts too -- please feel free to disagree.
I can see the success in Hunger Games, but as far as I know, neither Divergent nor Maze Runner (the movies) were all that well received, and not just for being YA adaptations. Box Office success is a different matter, as Cameron's Avatar was the most financially successful movie in recent history, but the story...?
So yeah, I would like to see a breakdown of Hunger Games, even if it wasn't to my liking. Someone outside this community has done a superficial Dramatica Analysis before, but his other breakdowns (of Frozen and Fault in Our Stars) were heavily contested by the resident Dramatica Experts, so take it with a huge grain of salt.
My gut feeling is that Hunger Games, both the movie and the book, definitely could be complete stories. It definitely seems to have all 4 throughlines, including a strong RS between Peeta and Katniss. (I'm thinking of book 1 and movie 1 here.)
I'm not sure about the rest of the series (either books or movies). One thing that's interesting is that I felt something was missing from the final book, something definitely seemed off in the ending, and I felt let down. My wife felt the same way. Yet we both felt the final movie did a better job and really enjoyed the ending. I'm not sure what the difference was; maybe the movies did a better job with the entire-series-storyform or something. In the final movie it almost seemed like President Snow could have been the "Series IC", but that is just a guess.
I read this book with Dramatica in mind, as I had just discovered Dramatica. I think it has all 4 throughlines, but did not feel complete at the end. I got the sense that Book 1 is not a complete storyform, i.e. that there might be a complete story but it did not finish in Book 1. (I sort of felt let down though, like it was trying to resolve something in Book 1 but failed. So, maybe there's a problem with the structure there -- maybe the other throughlines come to a resolution but the OS doesn't?)
It's been a while since I watched the movie, but I remember liking it. It's quite possible it has a solid storyform.
I haven't read the book, but did try to analyze the film after watching it (at least to identify throughlines). It did not seem to be a complete story. It started off okay but seemed to devolve into meaningless action. My feeling was that if there was a complete story in the books, book 1 probably only contained the beginning of the story, and that it got lost in translation to the film.