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Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018)

Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018)


Dylan O’Brien
Kaya Scodelario
Thomas Brodie-Sangster

Directed by Wes Ball

I guess it is now over. That was my thought after being dragged for over two hours watching a movie that will deny you of thrill, joy or any form of excitement. Bilbo Baggins (Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring) description of his life, best describe this movie, “…feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.”

This last Maze Runner was anything, but interesting. It lacked traction and it was just dragged on for reasons best known to the director and producers.
This final installment in the Maze Runner franchise is based on the novel The Death Cure written by James Dashner and it will make you glad that no other movie is expected after this crappy last installment.

The plot is centered on one task, free Minho.
Thomas, Newt, and Frypan decided to go on a mission to free their friend Minho who was being transported to WCKD.

They attacked his convoy and captured the wrong cart, which had people in it, but no Minho. This was a downer to the three who had planned this for months and then to no get any head way. They decided to go for another try against orders.
Minho on the other hand is being tortured at WCKD with the hope of getting a cure. As this continues his friends new plan led them to run into an old-time nemesis of Thomas, as they formed new alliances to go free Minho.

There the group met Teresa who is hell bound on finding a cure, but with little to no progress ahead.
The group decided that the best way to save Minho is to force Teresa who had once betrayed them to help. This would have worked out best, but she has other agendas and whether the group believed her or not, she was determined to find a cure and end this virus before it destroys the world.

All this was dragged on because the producers were probably aiming to make a movie that will be two hours long, this will make you miss out if there is anything good to say about the acting, cinematography or the set.

If like me you have started watching this series from the first movie, you will be tempted to see this and get to the end of the whole chase, problem is, it is not worth it.
I will advise you just leave this franchise on the second movie and allow your imagination sum up the rest. This movie was done for the money. The production company was hoping to reap some more gains from fans, and I believe they have, on a movie that is barely watchable.


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