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Plot: Awakening in an elevator, remembering nothing of his past, Thomas emerges into a world of about thirty teenage boys, all without past memories, who have learned to survive under their own set of rules in a completely enclosed environment, subsisting on their own agriculture and supplies. With a new… Runtime: 113 min Release Date: 19 Sep 2014
I haven't read the book s? but after watching this movie I absolutely will. I didn't know what to expect when I sat down at the cinema, waiting for the movie to begin, but it captured me from the very first scene. The mystery surrounding the place where most of the action happens, and the suspense and ominous feeling always hanging in the air made me unable to tear my eyes away from the screen for the entire film. The ending WAS a bit confusing and unsatisfying, but the rest of the movie was absolutely amazing and I will definitely watch it again. This is without a doubt one of the <more>
Excellent action packed with a story worth watching (by matfav)
The film keeps a strong pace and the storyline and acting is excellent. Edge of your seat stuff. Worth watching more than once. Cannot fault the film anywhere. The maze was stunning and nothing looked out of place. The story captures you from the start and does not let go. Absolutely no boring parts. The special effects did not detract from the storyline and the story itself is substantial enough to keep you guessing. Just wanted to watch more. Where it differs from other films in the genre is simply good story writing that is not one dimensional as most films tend to be dumbed down. Not <more>
simplistic but not complicated either. Everyone got it right with this one and it was a joy to watch.
If you ain't scared, you ain't human.As a fan of The Maze Runner series I got to say that there are many changes in the movie which I think is necessary because of course you'll notice that usually movies runs from 1 up to 2 hours long only...so what do you expect? this is actually for those whiners who didn't have a clue Besides I think that those changes makes the maze and the Grievers a bio-mechanic monster much more dangerous.Main Casts was actually great for me. I'm familiar with Thomas Sangster Newt , Will Poulter Gally , Kaya Scodelario Teresa and Patricia <more>
Clarkson Ava Paige since I have seen their other movies before. Dylan O'Brien Thomas though was new to me, I've heard that his from Teen Wolf which I don't watch, but I was actually surprise with his acting performance in this film, it actually pretty good. Another newcomer is Ki-Hong Lee plays Minho which until now I don't know whose famous scientist he was named from. The movie experience as a whole was incredible, it was heart- pumping and wicked! I am already excited for second installment The Scorch Trial because that is craziest part of the series besides I would love to see those Cranks in horde too.And if you guys saw the film but didn't read the book, I think you should read it.
Greetings from Lithuania."The Maze Runner" 2014 is very well paced, directed and crafted motion picture. It's a very compelling sci-fi, which tells very interesting and involving story. Although the main structure of "The Maze Runner" will probably look familiar if you have seen more then 100 movies in your life, it's still expertly paced and done so you will be glued to your screen for the whole ride.Overall, "The Maze Runner" is not to be missed one if you like sci-fi movies, which are good crafted and tells interesting stories. It's not <more>
revolutionary good, but it does a very good job for a one evening viewing. I will look forward for sequels.
I just saw The Maze Ruuner, OMG!!!! It was so amazing, it's a good thriller action film. I read the whole saga, i'm a fan. But as every film adaptation, there are things that you can't put on screen for different reason, like runtime or the rhythm of the story. But, this was a great movie. The performances were right, the Maze is so complex and the Grievers are awful as hell! The film transmit all these feelings of suspense and danger. You don't have to read the book to get the story,if you don't want, of course there's gonna be little things that are gonna be left <more>
unanswered because it's a Big story of 3 books, but the film introduce the story to new people. It's male power and it's working!!!!!
I have not read the books, but I saw the movie, and it had me glued. It is trying to live to The Hunger Games. It is meant for the teens, but I'm not a teen, but I still liked it. If anybody likes an sci-fi like journey of wonder, then The Maze Runner is that movie for you.The set is awesome looking, looks mostly like a recycled set from the old Planet of the Apes films, but still awesome looking. The young actors really perform there roles really well, and not just playing there roles has annoyingly one noted. There are some action scenes, and good suspenseful moments. I also like the <more>
way the story slowly unfolds before your very eyes. The twists you just won't see coming. Also the effects are also good.
what can i say. i LOVED this film. yeah sure, it has a *few* weak points and maybe a plot hole or two. And the acting is barebones, these are kids, not Cyrano De Bergerac or Mephistofele, but boy the film is well done.I mistakenly googled the film's name before it was over, and disappointed myself to learn that it's just the first of three parts, so it means waiting another 2-3 years for the other two films, but that means also that i have something to look forward to.Now, i normally like more "profound" films, but for once, i really enjoyed this sci-fi romp and no, it's <more>
nothing like Twilight. A couple of the characters Gally, Chuck are phoned in, but then again, how would you write this kind of plot without these characters getting thrown in?So the film is a very pleasant, well paced, well directed, reasonably well acted, decently scored, great .. well, nice CGI, entertaining film that will please just about every audience there is, without being horribly commercial, soppy and cliché.I haven't had this much fun in a long while - although i gotta say Edge OF Tomorrow was just as good.My final vote - a very solid 8/10, and I'm wishing for parts 2 and 3 ASAP.
Based on the best-selling YA novel, The Maze Runner is the newest, and one of largest adaptions to arrive in cinemas yet. Comparable to The Hunger Games and Twilight, it is in fairly good chances to be the next big franchise. Here is what we thought of it; Setting the tone immediately, lead star Dylan O'Brien awakens suddenly in a very dark and eerie lift travelling from deep below the ground, it becomes apparent that he now knows just as much as we do. The fear is visual and quite real and just like a young child on our first day of school we are pushed into a new, confusing <more>
experience for the next two hours. Arriving atop the lift and unable to remember anything other than his name, Thomas. He is told by a group of teenage boys that he is in a field in the centre of a maze, called the 'Glade', where they all live. Having attempted to find a way out many times, all they know is that the maze is open during the day-time, and closed at night where it periodically changes and is protected by fearsome creatures called 'grievers'. Anyone in there at that time has never returned. Much like an episode of Lost meeting The Lord of the Flies meeting Labyrinth, we understand narrative at the same time as Thomas, who is eventually told that three years ago a young teenage boy first arrived at the glade, and each month since one more arrives in the lift with certain supplies to survive. Unknowing of why and unable to escape they have become helplessly trapped there since. Similarly to The Lord of the Flies, the group of boys, all probably aged 10-20 have creating a living-area, created rules, swearwords and the imperative code to 'never go beyond those walls' - but as Thomas arrives at the glade all seems to change for the worse, and many of the other 'Gladers' take note. Admittedly we had not read the book until after we had saw the film, but from the very first paragraph we noted its book-to-screen accuracy. Fans of the book will be more than satisfied with the minimal changes, and any made are for the better. The film, upheld by a ninety-nine percent teen cast, feels news and many of the actors are in roles unseen before. Dylan O'Brien, From TV's Teen-Wolf, provides an exceptional lead role as Thomas and carries the film in both story and emotional trawls. Although new to the setting and with the films entirety taking place over just a few days, he comfortably fits in, although ruffling many traditions too. At one point it is said 'I don't know if he is brave or stupid, but we need more of him'. Co-staring alongside Dylan O'Brien are equally exceptional performances by; Will Poulter, in a dark tough-guy role, and absolutely nothing like his recent role as Kenny in We're The Millar's ; Thomas Brodie-Sangster stars as a fellow Glader; and Kaya Scodelario in a surprise turn-up as the first female at the Glade - but also 'the last one ever' to arrive. Although the narrative between them is conflicting at times, the chemistry is smooth as if friends both on-and-off the screen. Notably, we can confirm that the characters live-up the book creations and are almost perfectly cast. Evidentially former director/writer/editor/effects maestro, Wes Ball uses skills from his previous work on this film and it shows and flows evenly. Take note future producers, this is how to successfully make a YA adaption, which surprisingly, is just as impressive as the book. Yet unfortunately leaves us with far more questions than answers by the end. Based on the trilogy by James Dashner expect more answers to follow in sequel movies in the soon to be massive franchise. Or, you know you can read the books before hand? Ultimately, you do not have to be a fan of the books, or even a YA to enjoy the film it, it has something for almost everyone. The Maze Runner arrives in US cinemas 19th September, and UK cinemas on 10th October. Be sure to check back soon and read our exclusive interview with director Wes Ball, and leading cast; Dylan O'Brien, Will Poulter and Thomas Brodie-Sangster. Brace yourselves Maze Runner fans!
So I've read a lot of people dissing the movie, and I don't find it that bad. Maybe the book was better. Boy, doesn't that happen enough? The cinematography is good, the effects are good, the clichés are there. But if I leave it at that, you'd think "why did this guy give it 8/10"? Well, because I was entertained, I was left wondering, it could've been better like 99.9% of all movies ever made, but it also could've been a LOT WORSE.I studied - majored - in Cinematography, and I can appreciate the hard work that goes into a movie. Even if it's a bad <more>
movie. I stand and leave theaters when it goes bad, and I wouldn't have done it here. See the movie, draw your own conclusions about the ladder: do you think the grievers wouldn't climb up? , and it looks like a book reading is in order.