Please correct me if I am wrong, but in the first two movies we find out that: 1. There's no buildup of suspension or anything. It's a disgraceful script for a talented actor. Its like in the beginning of the movie soldiers running towards the main character, and the maze runners have an army aircraft, so why the hell won't you shoot the enemy soldiers with this aircraft? I have to say, I didn't think that was anywhere near as bad as it was made out to be. Today, we break down the conclusion to the trilogy. None of them take the material too seriously, something the Divergent series had a problem with, but they found a right balance of heart and humor.
As a result, Thomas, Newt, Frypan Dexter Darden , Jorge Giancarlo Esposito , and Brenda Rosa Salazar leave Vince Barry Pepper and the rest of the resistance group the Right Arm in order to infiltrate the last standing city and save Minho. I feel like at least half an hour could have been cut to make it much better. Since Thomas and the rest of the Gladers were put into the Maze after having their memories wiped, they didn't discover the purpose for the Maze until after they had escaped. Story - the main character has the cure in his blood surprise surprise so what he does? Produced by and distributed by , the films star , , , , and. It was hard to separate him from the evil he just displayed onscreen. I'll try and go in order of appearance. Their journey takes them to the Scorch, a desolate landscape filled with obstacles.
However, as a fan of the books, I have to say that the series failed tremendously. Or will Ava Paige get her way? Between not needing the cure, and no one being capable of harvesting it, Thomas's vial of the cure is essentially just symbolic of everything he went through in order to gain his freedom and build a better life. And it was just not worth it. There Isn't even a exciting mazes for them to overcome In any of the sequels wich Is very very bad, cause that was the only part that drew me in to see the first movie. I thought if I could prevent a single soul from not suffering it could be worth taking the 3 minutes writing this.
Understandable that he was a close friend of his, but I felt it was too weak a motivation to risk lives of all those who had been rescued so far as they needed him at that time. At the end of the first movie, Ava Paige appears on a video screen and explains to the Gladers that Earth was devastated by a solar flare, and then humankind's already dwindling numbers were ravaged by the Flare virus. Somebody cries and then somebody says something heroic but entirely without meaning. Sure the ending was a little mushy, but still a great and enjoyable watch. He also had the opportunity to disarm himself before turning but did not for no reason. The film just left me feeling like I watched some dimwits that couldn't see the big picture and the survivors now sit on a beach pretending everything is okay when most likely the infected will just catch up with them and they'll die because they're just sitting there in a couple of beach shacks.
They were supposed to find out in the second film, but Thomas figured out what was happening and they escaped. In the book it's even crazier, if I remember right, they had to kill him and remove his brain if they are to arrive at the cure, it's not just his blood. They could not have possibly been so stupid to not test the blood of immune citizens working for the organization. Royalty free filmscore from Youtube. At the end of the film, it's revealed Thomas did escape with a vial of the cure.
The first movie to this trilogy had an interesting gimmick: a dynamic maze filled with dangerous creatures. It was so boring that it wasn't even funny. Only by piecing together fragments of his past with clues he discovers in the maze can Thomas hope to uncover his purpose and a way to escape. People looking out through windows. That is why the sequel performed so poorly in the box office.
This also begs the question of why they wouldn't just treat the immune people very nicely so they would have no reason to care if they are being tested. Archived from on September 24, 2014. If someone asked you to name something with the words: long, boring, predictable, and excruciating, then this movie would be perfect. Believe it or not, the movies are a bit more rational. Here you have a very bland end generic teenager action flick as al the rest. My advice - don't waste your time with this film. The hubris of this film's marathon length 2 hours 22 minutes made the series of absurdities excruciating, and it never got better.
Will Thomas and the crew make it out alive? I simply cannot understand how scientists could have missed something like this. Meanwhile, the Right Arm, Thomas, and the remainder of his friends attempt to build a new society on an island away from the rest of the world. If I would create a movie I would hire one person associated with this movie. » This very average film started with cliché after cliché and never improved. She tests his blood and proves her hypothesis, then convinces him to return in order to help her create the cure. I hesitated to write a review for this pathetic excuse of a movie because i had wasted enough painful time watching it. They also do not threaten him with this fact 23: The glass on the zombie enclosement does not shatter when missiles hammer the building but shatters on it's own when an injured Thomas hits it with a microscope.
I rated it 6 before I started writing the review, lowering it to 5. In the epic finale to The Maze Runner Saga, Thomas leads his group of escaped Gladers on their final and most dangerous mission yet. Watch the newest clips from the film below. The scientist reveals to Thomas that the cure can only be harvested from an Immune's body, not manufactured. Where is the plot twist? This Page To understand The Death Cure, we must first establish what we learned in the previous films. You know, the untrustworthy chick? I'm sure I could look it up but I'd only get more angry at the books.