After digging into the air shaft, the two discover that Janson is allied with WCKD boss Ava Paige (Patricia Clarkson), and the deceased maze runner is hanged in a lab "Matrix" style. I did. You can drain them slowly. Of your precious immune system maze runner the scorch trials review. The Graders and Alice perform a bold breakout and escape to the sun-kissed desert landscape of "Scorch", which has taken over cities around the world.

Protecting yourself from the elements of a buried shopping mall, the group awakens a swarm of malicious zombies. Called a "crank" in the movie, it's indistinguishable from other hordes of zombies crawling down the street. For the past 10 years, I've been able to chase him and catch the unlucky Grader. (Septets learn the difficult way that not all of them are immune to the infection, and the tearful, lonely suicide of infected members is the first of some surprisingly brutal moments here.) Others. The group decided to head to a distant mountain because they had no choice. There, a mythical resistance group called the Right Hand may or may not provide shelter.

Nowlin is big in the story by escaping the clutch to Thomas (returning lead Dylan O'Brien) and his fellow Gladers, including the romantic interest Theresa (played again by Kaya Scodelario in the UK). It makes me feel dangerous. We are applying Gladers to a series of tests that may lead to the treatment of flares.

Thomas and his company enthusiastically tracked WCKD's agents and set out for the deserts, mountains, and wastelands of the devastated city of Crank, a human being at various stages of flare infection. The Graders work with the pirate Scorch Jorge (Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito) and his right arm Brenda (Rebel Rosa Salazar) to find the right arm, an anti-WCKD resistance movement.

His Glade friend doesn't work very well in the characterization department. The newt (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) remains wise and irreverent. Frying pan (Dexter Darden) is crazy about girls. His only companion, Teresa (Kaya Scodelario), is mysterious and moody. Along with a few others, they all find themselves trapped in another type of complex at the beginning of the movie. At the beginning of the movie, "Maze Runner" starts where it was interrupted. They get food, shelter, clean clothes, and real beds in this new location. But then they and the children who were able to escape the other mazes meet every night at dinner to find out which of them are probably taken to an exciting new home.

Obviously, nothing is good for these people. It's easily evident from the attitude of the man moving his joints, the turtleneck-covered, vaguely accented Janson (Aidan Gillen). As Thomas in a hoodie and lonely Alice (Jacob Lofland) explore in the middle of the night, they come across a vicious medical experiment that scientists are conducting on these children. The plague that devastated the country. At least that's how Patricia Clarkson, as a sharp and efficient Dr. Ava Page, justifies such eerie malicious behavior. (As in Part 1, the great Clarkson is terribly underutilized here, as it supports the cast Barry Pepper and Lili Taylor in a barely visible support role.)

It is this discovery that Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends embark on a journey to find help and safety, featuring tense moments and some amazing visuals within individual action sequences. In particular, one shot highlights children who walk in a row on the top of the dunes, silhouette the sun, stop at the same time, and hear the gunshots breaking the silence of the scene and completely separate.