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Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials #Movie

Thomas and his new friends finally escape the Maze. They've been rescued by men with guns and taken from the location of the maze. The Gladers think they are safe and freedom is within their grasp. Unfortunately, Wicked isn't done with any of them yet. They will be tested with trials through a vast wasteland of desert filled with dangers that Wicked has thrown in their path. Will The Gladers survive further tests from Wicked? The Scorch is the harshest landscape on the planet. Thomas and his friends might not survive this test.



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Rated PG
131 minutes

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My review for The Maze Runner




REVIEW:
Awesome!
Watched this movie with the hubby last night. I'm glad I did too. I think it was better than The Maze Runner. 
The first movie, The Maze Runner, was exciting and kind of mind-bending. Those kids that survived the maze thought they would be free one day. This movie shows you what that freedom actually is. See, and that is the thing... this movie was just more relatable and realistic. You could see if we had a dystopian society it might be a lot like what this movie portrayed it to be, where the first movie was more far-fetched and not something anyone would ever consider a possible reality. It helped there was more action, excitement, and jaw-dropping moments in this one. 
I still haven't read the books though so cannot make any comparisons to the two. I aim to read them though. One day anyways.
Definitely a great set of movies so far. Can't wait to see if they come out with more.


4/5


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  1. Good review--we tend to catch up on more movies in the winter and glad to hear my hubby might enjoy it too!

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