3 thoughts on “Maze Runner: Death Cure (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital)

  1. Liked it better than the books! Just saw it last night in the theater and it was amazing! I’ve said since I saw the first movie that I liked these better than the books. As a writer, and an avid reader, I’ve never said that about any film adaptation ever. I always enjoy the books more … but not this time. The movies were incredible, and any and every change they made from the books were perfectly done and left me feeling more satisfied than the books did by the end.To top it off the acting was perfect. Believable and…

  2. Adaptation of the 3rd book was pleasing I’ve read all the books, my wife hasn’t read any of them. We both really enjoyed this movie. As a reader of the books, I’ve had to try to look at these movies as what they are, adaptations. The first movie/book are pretty closely tied, but the second movie is almost nothing like the second book. This was the point when I had to readjust my expectations. I really enjoyed the 2nd movie after doing that. And, with the conclusion to this movie series coming out, I applied the same reasoning, and…

  3. Now I’ll have to read the novels I really loved the first Maze Runner and despite the ups and downs, the second film was also entertaining. The third installment takes place around 6 months after the second where Thomas and his small group of vigilante rebels rescue a boxcar of immunes with high hopes that Minho was inside.Alas, their friend wasn’t rescued and Thomas, Newt and Fry decide to rush off on their own to a rumored city that is WCKD’s HQ to save him at all costs. Brenda and her step-father join them and…

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