Maze Runner: The Death Cure

2018 "The end will be WCKD"
6.2| 2h23m| PG-13| en
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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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Hellen I like the storyline of this show,it attract me so much
Alicia I love this movie so much
GazerRise Fantastic!
Acensbart Excellent but underrated film
angiemas-82693 This movie is the most epic and fitting conclusion to a dystopian future story. Every part of the book that sucked was out, including the forced and unnecessary romance, which was replaced by the bromance. This movie is all about the characters that you're already emotionally invested in. You can't expect to be mesmerized by it if you haven't seen the previous ones. It's like complaining there is no character introduction in Avengers Infinity War. Thomas goes to WCKD for Minho and Newt chooses to stick with his friends until the very end and go down fighting instead of isolating himself from humanity. The characters are what create the pain, the hope, the heartbreak and the chemistry among the cast members is evident in the chemistry among the characters, which intensifies the pain the loss and the heartbreak. Especially the heartbreak. If you've seen the movie you know what I'm talking about.Next, the "bad guys". I love how this franchise justifies the actions of WCKD and I love their portrayal as scientists dedicated to finding a cure, not as the ultimate psychopaths, except of course Littlefing-ehh I meant Janson. Ava Paige and Teresa are in fact grey zone characters who think they're the heroes in their own stories. That adds to the desparation and regret Thomas feels when he asks whether he could have saved his best friend. Even Janson the Douche at some point says that Thomas was born being the cure, he didn't fight for it and probably doesn't deserve it- which is not true, but undeniably justifiable. That's what I call realistic characters. Not everything is black and white, people. Finally, the plot and the action scenes, which are both exceptional. The action scenes aren't random, they're fast-paced and an integral part of the storyline. Combined with the amazing music, they keep you at the edge of your seat every second. The plot, in my not-so-humble opinion was better that the book's. Fast-paced as well, did the characters justice, made sense and led to this epic conclusion we've all been waiting for. There's nothing better that a final movie that does the franchise justice, and Maze Runner: The Death Cure manages to do just that. It broke my heart, it made me sob uncontrollably, it made me feel the loss, the danger, and the pain. And that's how I can tell it succeded.
jesuisringard This is quite possibly the best movie that I have ever seen and it should not be discounted from Academy Award nominations. The acting is spot on and the messages conveyed in the film should not be overlooked. Bravo!
Tss5078 The Maze Runner series was one of the best book series I've read in the last few years. I obviously get excited when something I've read hits the big screen, even though I know the film usually won't be as good as the book was. I have found that when film makers try to stick to the original story, as they did in The Hunger Games, the films are terrific. When they just take pieces and basically write their own story, it's usually an epic failure, i.e. Allegiant. In the first installment of Maze Runner, the film diverged and was disappointing, but the second film followed the book to a tee, and was terrific, what would happen in the third? Right off the bat, as I feared, the story is completely different and very few elements from the book are even used in the film, however, in the rarest of rare cases, the way the film makers re-wrote the story, actually improved upon it! Dylan O'Brien returns as Thomas and this is the film where his character really broke out and came to life as the hero we see in the novels. I honestly didn't see him as Thomas until I watched this film, he was that good. As for his other half, AKA Teresa (Kaya Scodelario), she was in a completely different role than in the novel, but likewise gave a much stronger performance than she did in the other two films. The final standout was Thomas Sangster, who I've spoke about before. He is fantastic in everything he does, but he doesn't do a whole lot! I really would like to see him do more and break out, it's a mystery to me why he doesn't. As a whole, The Death Cure was not the best in the book series, but it was the best in the film series. Many critics complained that it was too long, but I say take a look at what they did with the last book of the Divergent series. Alligiant was split into two and how well did that turn out? The only knock on this film is that one of my favorite actors, Jacob Lofland, didn't have more screen time as Aries, but aside from that this was a perfect conclusion to the film series, and a better ending than the one that was originally written for this franchise.
SurreyReview Let's get one thing straight from the start, the films in this series are such poor reflections of the books it is painful. The first film was circa 30% of the book, the second about 10% and this film was barely recognizable at all - it was total garbage. Don't go see this naff adaptation of the book, buy the books instead. If they had adapted the books correctly and made the films true to the same then they would have been a huge hit and not the weak drivel that they are. Disappointed beyond belief.