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Knowing this is their final entry in the dystopian sci-fi trilogy, the filmmakers responsible for adapting the popular YA novel series go balls to the wall and to the hilt in Maze Runner: The Death Cure, starting with an unexpectedly thrilling rescue mission aboard a speeding train. Last we left the runaway kids, they found safe haven with rebel organization The Right Arm but were soon betrayed by one of their own, making captives of friends and nearly collapsing the resistance group. In the opening minutes of this second sequel, Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) has apparently moved up the ranks, taking a leadership role in the operation to save his friends despite previous entries leaving us to question his competency in such a role. He may eventually lead his team to an intended goal and destination, but it's never without extraneous difficulty and a great deal of mistrust, making his so-called successes more a result of dumb luck than as planned. And once again, his command rescues two familiar faces by chance but fails its main objective: saving Minho.
Granted, mistakenly leaving Minho (Ki Hong Lee) behind is really the catalyst and central point of the whole script, written by T.S. Nowlin, who is also responsible for the first two movies and served as co-writer on Pacific Rim Uprising. However, it all feels a bit too convenient, a seemingly random coincidence giving the protagonists (O'Brien, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Dexter Darden) an excuse to carry out another rescue attempt that quickly spirals out of control yet coincidentally works in the hero's favor. It's almost as if the filmmakers were solely relying on coincidences for moving the plot along, perhaps something along the lines of bumping into an old friend from the Glades previously thought dead (Will Poulter). By sheer chance, he is also part of a rebellion faction just outside the walls of Last City, the final stronghold of the WCKD organization responsible for imprisoning and testing on the kids. And of course, he also knows a secret entrance and the key for rescuing Minho: backstabbing, morally-ambiguous Teresa (Kaya Scodelario).

Despite all these eye-rolling happy accidents, director Wes Ball, who has stuck with the series from the beginning, manages to make light entertainment of it all and doesn't linger on the incredible amount of luck riding on the side of the kids. In fact, he occasionally uses them as a source of humor throughout, keeping from the story becoming too dark and dour. The jokes, however, don't take away from some glaring plot holes, such as an explanation for why scaring and torturing teens is the only means for converting their blood into a cure. It's clear Teresa has sided with the enemy and is a full-fledged disciple of Patricia Clarkson's Ava Paige while enjoying telling cold-hearted kidnapper Janson (Aidan "Littlefinger" Gillen) what to do, which makes sense because, let's be honest, he just has that kind of untrustworthy face anyone would love to boss around. What's not clear, though, is how exactly is she suddenly a proficient and qualified scientist. WCKD must have one hell of a university for her to graduate in less than a year.
Still, much of this off-topic pondering is easily brushed aside, as Ball maintains our attention on the kids' primary objective while the rebel group, led by a horribly disfigured Walton Goggins, works at bringing WCKD to ruins. For this third installment of the rather unexceptional yet decently entertaining franchise, the journey to escape the grasp of WCKD's torture-inducing plan for saving humanity explodes into larger set pieces and more elaborate blockbuster action sequences that borrow from other sci-fi dystopian features. Complementing the thrills and excitement is Gyula Pados' eye-catching photography, often taking a moment to appreciate the desert landscape or the CG imagery of Last City as characters face to the right in a wide shot when feeling hopeful but then, face to the left in medium to medium close-ups when pessimistic or doubtful. The Maze Runner movies may not be high on the list of good YA adaptations, but they have been some of the better-executed movies. And The Death Cure finishes the series on a satisfying high note.

Info movie from Blu-ray
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: Upscaled 4K (2160p)
Aspect ratio: 2.39:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

English: Dolby Atmos
English: Dolby TrueHD 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: DTS 5.1
Spanish: DTS 5.1

English SDH, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Cantonese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Mandarin (Simplified), Norwegian, Polish, Swedish

00:00:00.000 : en:Chapter 1
00:11:31.607 : en:Chapter 2
00:15:59.750 : en:Chapter 3
00:20:08.457 : en:Chapter 4
00:24:34.890 : en:Chapter 5
00:30:40.547 : en:Chapter 6
00:36:47.330 : en:Chapter 7
00:43:15.342 : en:Chapter 8
00:48:06.341 : en:Chapter 9
00:55:17.397 : en:Chapter 10
01:02:42.925 : en:Chapter 11
01:07:14.488 : en:Chapter 12
01:11:56.061 : en:Chapter 13
01:15:48.168 : en:Chapter 14
01:23:20.328 : en:Chapter 15
01:29:45.421 : en:Chapter 16
01:34:00.593 : en:Chapter 17
01:40:09.795 : en:Chapter 18
01:43:33.081 : en:Chapter 19
01:53:38.645 : en:Chapter 20
01:59:43.885 : en:Chapter 21
02:04:49.398 : en:Chapter 22
02:10:03.086 : en:Chapter 23
02:18:03.817 : en:Chapter 24

File size: 61.30 GB
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