The general consensus is that "The Hunger Games: Caching Fire" was quite a bit better than the franchise's first film installment, "The Hunger Games," but that doesn't mean the movie is totally problem-free.
CinemaSins has taken the liberty of pointing out everything that's wrong with the second "Hunger Games" movie, counting a grand total of 93 sins. Granted, several of their questions -- such as, "What were the rules for the other Quarter Quells?" and "What's the point of the individual evaluations?" -- could be easily answered by anyone who has read the novel, but alas, not every detail was able to make it into the film's script.
The fact that it takes a full 13 minutes to outline all of the inconsistencies with "Catching Fire" shows that, sure, the film's got a few problems. They certainly don't make it any less entertaining, though. As CinemaSins says, "no movie is without sin." So go ahead, have a laugh, and try to accept the fact that even a movie starring Jennifer Lawrence isn't necessarily perfect.