In the epic finale to The Maze Runner Saga, 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 the answers to the questions the Gladers have been asking since they first arrived in the maze. Will Thomas and the crew make it out alive? Or will Ava Paige get her way?
The take which lead to Dylan O'Brien's head injury was used in the film, when Thomas jumps from the window of a moving car as it approaches the WCKD train. Wes Ball, who revealed that it was the longest shot of the sequence, asked O'Brien's permission to have it included in the film, to which O'Brien responded, "I need you to, in a way. I would be more heartbroken than if it just went to waste." After the incident, Ball decided to no longer shoot with a moving train and opted for a parked one instead, with effects from WETA giving the illusion that it was in motion. See more »
at 30:43 the windshield is punched but the crack appears centered away from where the person punches. See more »
Serenade for Strings in E Major Op. 22 - Larghetto
Written by Antonín Dvorák (as Antonin Dvorak)
Arranged by Jim Long
Courtesy of Crucial Music Corporation See more »
2 and a half hours of cliche after cliche
All you're gonna see in this movie is a continuous stream of cliches.
Sure, if it was released say, in 1970, when none of the superhero/sci-fi/fantasy that today is flooding the audiences was present, it would have been quite enjoyable and watchable.
But in today's market it brings nothing new. I could constantly guess what was going to happen at the end of certain action scenes, and don't even get me started about the helicopter scene... that one was supposed to be dramatic and some kind of fitting twist but just left me enraged at the stupidity of the screenwriters/adaptation.
In the end it's quality is on par with the other 2 similar series (Divergent and Hunger Games), so, gets a 5 star "meh" out of me. Good for kids but intelligent people beware!
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