Producer/Director Wes Ball’s Maze Runner: The Death Cure is a science fiction actioner that is strictly for fans of the franchise. Not that it’s bad; though it isn’t the best of the trilogy. It’s just that it would be incomprehensible for someone who hadn’t seen the previous films.
Here, everyone except the immune is coming down with the plague and our heroes wouldn’t necessarily care, except for the fact one of them is kidnapped and taken to the last city to be a guinea pig for finding a cure. The story concerns trying to rescue him.
The action is good, but the drawn-out ending is a letdown where only two of the characters we really care about, i.e., Brenda (Rosa Bianca Salazar) and Minho (Ki Hong Lee) survive.
I give Maze Runner: The Death Cure a 3 out of 5.