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Sci-fi action thriller sequel directed by Wes Ball and starring Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario and Thomas Brodie-Sangster. Thomas (O'Brien) and the Gladers return for the most dangerous mission of their lives as they attempt to break in to the infamous Last City where they discover WCKD have been experimenting on a group of children they refer to as Immunes. As they learn that the organisation is using the Immunes to extract a cure to a deadly virus called Flare that is killing the human race, Thomas and the Gladers must decide what's more important to save: their friends or all humanity.

Product Details

Barcode
5039036083010
Department
Movies & TV
Released
28 May 2018
Type
Movies
Format
Ultra HD Blu-ray
Genre
Action & Advenure
Region
Region B
Language
English
Number of Discs
2
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
Age Restriction
TBA
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
Release Year
2018
Running Time
142 min
Language
English
Categories
Horror/Suspense / Action / Escape / Future/Futuristic Worlds / Post-Apocalypse / Science-Fiction / Thriller
Synopsis
In the final installment of this sci-fi YA series, Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) and his fellow Gladers attempt to free a captured ally named Minho (Ki Hong Lee). Unfortunately, they soon learn that their rescue mission will require them to infiltrate the Last City, a terrifying maze that serves as the headquarters of the nefarious organization WCKD. Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Kaya Scodelario, Giancarlo Esposito, Rosa Salazar, Aidan Gillen, Walton Goggins, Barry Pepper, Will Poulter, and Patricia Clarkson co-star. Directed by Wes Ball, MAZE RUNNER: THE DEATH CURE is adapted from a series of YA novels by James Dashner.
Cast & Crew
Director
Wes Ball
Star
Thomas Brodie-Sangster / Giancarlo Esposito / Aidan Gillen / Ki Hong Lee / Dylan O'Brien / Kaya Scodelario
Co-Star
Patricia Clarkson / Scott Cooper / Jake Curran / Dexter Darden / Nathalie Emmanuel / Walton Goggins / Devin Koehler / Greg Kriek / Paul Lazenby / Jacob Lofland / Kazi Maubert / Katherine McNamara / Barry Pepper / Will Poulter / Rosa Salazar / Dylan Smith / Parm Soor
Screenwriter
T.S. Nowlin
Source Writer
James Dashner / Author: James Dashner
Composer
John Paesano
Special Effects
Nicole Connelly
Director of Photography
Gyula Pados
Assistant Director
Vincent Lascoumes
Sound
Ai-Ling Lee / Lee Gilmore / Tobias Poppe
Sound Re-Recording
Ai-Ling Lee / Paul Massey
Stunt Coordinator
Glenn Suter
Set Decorator
Anneke Botha
Makeup
Alec Gillis
Visual Effects Designer
Seth Kenlon / Paula Zulkoskey
Production Manager/UPM
Georgina Selby / Areeg Sweis / Nicola Unsworth
Stunts
Patrick Phan
Animation
Ryan Cronin / Jazmin Evans
Camera Operator
Danie duToit
Special Effects Supervisor
Ben Eadie / Cordell McQueen
Supervising Art Director
Christophe Dalberg
Special Makeup Effects
Johann deBeer / Marike Liebetrau / Christa Schoeman / Gerald Sutherland
Character Design
Ken Barthelmey
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"[The film] caps the trilogy in peak form....It’s watchable, often surprisingly fun..."
Jesse Hassenger (24 Jan 2018, )
Chicago Sun-Times
"Thankfully O’Brien’s back as rugged youngster/chosen one Thomas, throwing himself into derring-do yet also dealing with ethical quandaries in DEATH CURE."
Brian Truitt (25 Jan 2018, )
Empire
3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t’s stylishly shot, and sufficiently well cast to carry a little emotion....Ball and team have made this better than we had any right to expect."
Helen O'Hara (17 Jan 2018, )
Entertainment Weekly
"With the mystery of why they’re all trapped in this hellscape in the first place mostly resolved, the main players actually get to breathe and relate, at least when they’re not busy gasping and running." -- Grade: B
Leah Greenblatt (26 Jan 2018, )
New York Times
"THE DEATH CURE opens with a spectacularly staged train rescue indebted to MAD MAX: FURY ROAD."
Ben Kenigsberg (24 Jan 2018, )
RogerEbert.com
"Ball’s action sequences have a tangible, accessible quality about them, which is especially true in his doozy of an opening sequence: a 10-minute car chase/train robbery across the desert that’s got a grit, intensity and rough-hewn aesthetic..."
Christy Lemire (25 Jan 2018, )
Washington Post
"Director Wes Ball, who also worked on the first two films, brings a strong continuity of vision, testifying to his respect for the books."
Jane Horwitz (25 Jan 2018, )