Maze Runner

Maze Runner

The Death Cure

DVD - 2018
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In the epic finale to the saga, Thomas leads his group of escaped Gladers on their final and most dangerous mission yet. To save their friends, they must break into the legendary Last City, a WCKD-controlled labyrinth that may turn out to be the deadliest maze of all. Anyone who makes it out alive will get answers to the questions the Gladers have been asking since they first arrived in the maze.


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Sep 14, 2018

Hasn't this type of movie been done before, before, before?

Aug 31, 2018

I think I only watched this movie to fulfill some of my completionist tendencies... and I'm glad I did, as it was a better film than its predecessor, the relentlessly mediocre Scorch Trials, though it did not quite attain the unexpected heights of The Maze Runner.

One skill that the director has down to a fine T, it seems, is the epic shots of the whole world falling to pieces while a villain figure monologues and the protagonist (a very watchable Dylan O'Brien, who was severely injured in the making of the film) makes meaningful eye contact with someone else.

Recommended only to those who really dug The Maze Runner, or who were intrigued enough by the ending to The Scorch Trials to need to know what happens next (the answers may shock you!)

Aug 21, 2018

This entry in the Maze Runner film trilogy is by far the best one. The characters become more well rounded, and it's exciting as well.

Aug 12, 2018

It was ok I guess. I wasn't paying close attention to it. I think I liked the movie before it better. I more took checked this out of the library on curiosity.

Jul 20, 2018

I should start by being honest that I didn't actually like how this book wrapped up in the series. However, at least the author tried to explain why they had built the maze and then moved on to the subsequent phases. This book basically ignores all of that "science research" and instead implies that the fear they experience is somehow linked to their immunity....sometimes? Then add in a revolt from the lower class (that somehow don't appear to be sick?) and a completely different ending to the story and what do you have....Hollywood garbage.

Jul 09, 2018

Probably a generational issue, but I liked the first Maze Runner movie, so maybe not. My husband fell asleep, I gave up and read a Baby Ganesh book.

Jul 05, 2018

The last film was a great wrap-up the trilogy and I thoroughly enjoyed watching it. While it did change the original plot from the book, and that did annoy me, the movies were still quite good. The actors are skilled at what they do and deliver the right amount of emotion, the script is witty but sometimes tear-bringing, and the ending is just what these movies deserve. I felt that the second movie might've had too many Cranks/chase scenes, but thankfully, this one did not. A must-see for all fans of The Maze Runner!

Jun 28, 2018

Profanity. Duhh. The tedium of the repeated plot clichés is tedious.
this movie is so bad it needs to be cut by 30 minutes to even qualify
as a B movie.

The final movie in the epic "Maze Runner" series is here and the language and profanity haven't gotten any better. It was worth the time to watch it, but the language made it worse.

Finally, an ending that is the end and that I like. Worth a watch, but watch that profanity.

May 01, 2018

I thought this was a good send off to the franchise. It was a little long, but the story felt complete, the characters are engaging, and the script was fast paced. I hope they make the prequels into movies one day. This is a must rent!

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Violence: Contains violence.

Coarse Language: Contains the "s" word left and right, and a few "gd"s and "JC"s.


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