‘The Death Cure’ is the third movie of the Maze Runner trilogy and was directed by Wes Ball. The story goes as follow: Thomas embarks himself on a new mission, to rescue Mihno and find the cure for the deadly virus called ‘The Flare’
I am going to start this review by saying that this movie is WAY better than the second one, I really enjoyed it. I thought the second one was a disaster so I am happy that this one is not a flop and is not off-key like ‘The Scorch Trials’.
Despite the unexpected appearances, the few plot twists and the continued suspense, some things in the story were very much cliché and predictable [not gonna state what because I don’t want to spoil it for you of course]. Nevertheless, I still think that the story was very well-developed, builds up well to a climax and was well-transformed into the visual form [basically, the movie was well-directed and I didn’t feel like the plot was all over the place]. Some scenes are actually very moving, exciting and are marked with striking visuals
Another thing that I like in the Maze Runner trilogy is the fact that the ‘bad guys’ are not really bad [like typical action films], they fight for a logical and reasonable reason.
In conclusion, I think ‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ is an action/sci-fi film worth watching. I think this movie ends pretty well the Maze Runner saga, leaving it with a more or less happy ending. Over 5, I rate it a 3.
By the way, I think I am gonna start rating the movies I write reviews on. I think that might help you know if you should watch it or not.
4/5: Very Good
1/5: VERY bad!
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