Maze Runner: The Death Cure – Movie Review

Maze Runner: The Death Cure – Movie Review


Chris Stuckmann reviews Maze Runner: The Death Cure, starring Dylan O’Brien, Ki Hong Lee, Kaya Scodelario, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Dexter Darden, Giancarlo Esposito, Patricia Clarkson, Aidan Gillen, Barry Pepper. Directed by Wes Ball.



Petra Griffin says:

Hate the fact that they basically changed the whole plot from the books.

Marie Iothear says:

I read the maze runner books back when they first came out. They were the 'meh' est of all the YA books I read. They weren't bad but they weren't great and the films sound like they followed the same rout.

Hunter Gregory says:

Chris, review “Mom and Dad”. Nick cage at his best nick cage. You’ll love it.

JoyE Krrr says:

Explanation of his reviews are pretty decent and thats what i like about him. But like rating Death Cure +C, and ranking The Last Jedi A- is joke on so many level in my opinion.

I like the Death Cure the best followed by first one. Whole action was just insane.. And i seriously dont get people saying its too long. Like there was so much going on that we have no time to get bored.. All action was so good.. I like these long, quality movies more.. Lotr, and Harry pother etc.

Jitender Kumar says:

where is dark review

David Abanto says:

Chris why didn't you make a video on the Oscars nominations?

Phillip Carbin says:

Man what a sequel/series finale. I am totally shocked still. Everyone was crying in the movie theater after someone dies at the end of the film. I heard people sniffing while other people were clearing there throats. Ok technically that doesn't confirm that they have been crying but you can totally tell that they were. I still can't believe the third act of the movie. When I hear this I get happy and it's not because people are sad. It's because I was clearly in the movie theater surrounded by fans of the movie franchise. This tells me that everyone had seen the entire series leading up to this final film. After getting out of the movie theater selfishly I wanted another maze runner film. Based on how this movie ends they could totally do one last film. (That's all I want is just one last film.) However apparently that's not going to happen. The director clearly wanted just three movies. So even though I want another movie I'm not going to get it. Besides the author of the book series had set up the series to end in the book The Death Cure. Even though he or she wrote two book prequels after The third installment. The director didn't want to continue the series beyond book three. I think that was a smart choice. After all its my opinion that the films were so good because they had a book to guide them. What I am happy about is that unlike Divergent which didn't make enough money to finish telling the audience the story. All because whomever was in charge they wanted to copy off of Twilight, Harry potter and The Hunger games when they split one book into two movies; my guess is them wanting to linger the series unnecessarily. I'm glad this director of the Maze Runner series didn't fall for that YA book adaptation trend. (?Yes break this stupid cycle.?) They were smart just to finish telling their story in three movies. Obviously I'm giving this film a 9 out of 10. One last thing, not only is this movie a great sequel; but it was also a great series finale.

firefly4f4 says:

I summed this movie up as a bunch of decent action scenes linked together by a nonsensical plot. I seriously still don't understand the underlying premise here. I gave it a 4/10 (5 is neutral).

If it had actually given a reason for why the whole maze was necessary I might have cared. As it was, I don't understand the whole, "let's endanger these people who seem to be immune" aspect of the plot. I just cannot get over that.

Nikola Lukic says:

About 50 episodes of Dragonball super have been dubed so far ! So why not making a first review of the show and also(!) comparing it to Dragonball classic, Z and Gt !!??

JuanManuel471 says:

review the greatest showman


chris are you doing an I, Tonya movie review?

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