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Written by Frank Ochieng on October 11, 2015

It is quite an automatic instinct to compare and contrast the first installment of 2014’s ‘The Maze Runner’ with the arrival of the latest entry in director Wes Ball’s distant dystopian drama ‘Maze Runner: Scorch Trials’. The original blueprint effectively captured a unique time and place of mystique and other morbid curiosities. The audience was craftily introduced to The Glade, a head-scratching venue out in the middle of nowhere while being surrounded by a massive maze that pretty much rendered its survivors in vulnerability and uncertainty. Well, ‘Maze Runner: Scorch Trials’ looks to revis... read the rest.

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Written by Reno on January 24, 2016

The adventure expands outside the maze to seek the answers.

Another teen movie in the mid series on the line of 'Divergent' and 'Hunger Games'. As an adult, I don't know what to expect from it, but entertainment was the priority. The first film was just an introduction that happened in a small and a single location like the film 'Cube'. Now it has outspread in a large extent with more new characters and takes a wider adventure in the wastelands.

Many doubts from the previous film were cleared, yet a few need to be clarified and hoping for the next one to do that job. But anyway the susp... read the rest.

Written by Andres Gomez on April 26, 2016

Let's get to the point. This is bad.

A dystopian future full of conspiracies in which we throw the typical ingredients thinking that, magically, would make a good movie: teenagers, zombies, a "Mad-Max"-like desert and a stupid story in which main characters and their enemies behave stupidly at every step.

Quite a forgettable one ...

Written by Gimly on October 4, 2018

I believe the adage is meant to go "Ask me no questions and I tell you no lies". Scorch Trials however seemed to be trialling the new "I pose you 500 questions, I tell you no answers". But there's still some interesting things to find the further the movie goes on. It lacks the cohesion of the first movie, for sure, but there's more going on, so that tracks.

Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole.

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