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Movie Review: Maze Runner: The Death Cure

Not going to lie, I genuinely thought the first two films in the Maze Runner franchise were infuriatingly enjoyable despite noticeable flaws and possibly one of the better Young-Adult book adaptations in recent memory. However, there was something about The Death Cure that was downright stilted and overdone. The riveting intensity was still there, but there was so much going on that I felt exhausted after the film. The film was stretched so much that it was too long for comfort, the story was labored and confusing, the action sequences were good, but not terribly as exciting as before, and the final act felt way too convenient that I couldn't help myself but to roll my eyes out of sheer annoyance. If there was any redeeming quality to the film, it was the terrific production values and, of course, Dylan O' Brien who gave a perfect mix of physicality and charisma all throughout the film. Maze Runner: The Death Cure will never be a shining example of the franchise - more so of its genre - and it was such a shame that it ended on probably the weakest film of the series.

Movie Review: Maze Runner: The Death Cure Reviewed by DAM on 3:02 PM Rating: 5

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