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Maze Runner: The Death Cure Review

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Lauren Zou

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The maze has finally come to an end, and the Maze Runner: The Death Cure has sprinted its way into theaters. Premiered on Friday, January 26, the final movie of the Maze Runner trilogies was full of heart-racing adventure, suspense, and emotional heartbreak.

In a race to rescue Minho (Ki Hong Lee), Thomas (Dylan O’Brien), Newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster), and their comrades meet old friends, battle WCKD’s soldiers, and save many Immunes along the way. First having met in an artificially-created maze, Thomas, Newt, Teresa, Minho, and Frypan quickly become friends and stick together, traveling through the dark corridors and fending off any monsters. However, upon escaping, the squad soon learns they had been apart of an experiment: find a cure for a virus, the Scorch, that is taking over the world. WCKD is the organization that heads the torture and experimentation on children, who are believed to be immune to the disease, and their main goal is to develop a cure. Throughout their adventure, betrayal and deaths strike their friendship, but they stick together.

The Maze Runner and the Maze Runner: Scorch Trials had managed to capture the intense action scenes and the slow fabrication of camaraderie amongst the characters as well as the books. I was skeptical about how this movie would compare to the books and the previous movies. Yet, because of the hype the new movie was receiving, I had to go see Maze Runner: The Death Cure. And I can say, with complete confidence, that this movie exceeded my expectations.

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I almost felt a part of the action as Thomas raced through buildings, as shots were fired, or as reunions were made. The cast’s excellent chemistry pulled me in, and the movie’s whirlwind of emotion and action made me laugh, sit on the edge of my seat in anticipation, and sob (pretty sure everyone in the theater was crying with me). The movie’s end was meant to be satisfying, yet it still left me wanting more of the characters and their friendship. Maze Runner: The Death Cure was quite an emotional rollercoaster and I would definitely recommend this amazing movie to everyone.

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