The Maze Runner is a strange franchise. Languishing at the tail-end of the dystopian Ya craze, it’s a Frankenstein’s monster of things we’ve all seen before, yet the films themselves are so average that no one really notices when a new one reaches cinemas. It’s faired better than sister property Divergent, which never got to finish, but it’s still a world away from your Potters and Hunger Games.
The Death Cure brings its own baggage to the table, of crouse, finally reaching our screens a full year later than planned due to a serious on-set accident that led to star Dylan O’Brien being hospitalised.
After a rescue mission fails to retrieve Minho (Ki Hong Lee) Thomas (O’Brien), Newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) and the others plan to break into Wckd headquarters. Meanwhile, Teresa