The Maze Runner (2014) Full Movie

The Maze Runner
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The Maze Runner (2014) : Set in a post-apocalyptic world, young Thomas is deposited in a community of boys after his memory is erased, soon learning they're all trapped in a maze that will require him to join forces with fellow “runners” for a shot at escape.

Title The Maze Runner (2014)
Release Date Sep 10, 2014
Genres , , ,
Production Company Ingenious Media, Gotham Group, Dayday Films, Temple Hill Entertainment, TSG Entertainment, 20th Century Fox
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Ki Hong Lee, Aml Ameen, Blake Cooper, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Will Poulter, Dexter Darden, Chris Sheffield, Joe Adler, Alexander Flores
Plot Keywords based on novel or book, maze, post-apocalyptic future, dystopia, escape, memory loss, erased memory, trapped, runner, based on young adult novel
Thomas
Thomas
Dylan O'Brien
Teresa Agnes
Teresa Agnes
Kaya Scodelario
Minho
Minho
Ki Hong Lee
Alby
Alby
Aml Ameen
Chuck
Chuck
Blake Cooper
Newt
Newt
Thomas Brodie-Sangster
Gally
Gally
Will Poulter
Frypan
Frypan
Dexter Darden
Ben
Ben
Chris Sheffield
Zart
Zart
Joe Adler
Winston
Winston
Alexander Flores
Jeff
Jeff
Jacob Latimore
Clint
Clint
Randall D. Cunningham
Ava Paige
Ava Paige
Patricia Clarkson
Masked Man
Masked Man
Don McManus
Glader
Glader
Michael Bow
Glader
Glader
Jerry Clark
Glader
Glader
Michael Deville
Glader
Glader
Dylan Gaspard
Glader
Glader
Cory Gooding
Glader
Glader
Cazi Greene
Glader
Glader
Dustin Guitreau
Glader
Glader
Tyler Harrison
Glader
Glader
Landon Hazel
Glader
Glader
Gary Hood
Glader
Glader
Nick Killebrew
Glader
Glader
John Langston
Glader
Glader
Chad Martinez
Glader
Glader
Lester Millet
Glader
Glader
Sawyer Pierce
Glader
Glader
Weston Rachal
Glader
Glader
Bryce Romero
Glader
Glader
Johnny Stockwell
Glader
Glader
SanChavis Torns
Glader
Glader
Lane Westerhaus
Glader
Glader
Gentry Williams
Glader (uncredited)
Glader (uncredited)
Adriana Acosta
Conference Room Parent (uncredited)
Conference Room Parent (uncredited)
Duane Cothren
Lab Tech (uncredited)
Lab Tech (uncredited)
James Dashner
Glader (Alec) (uncredited)
Glader (Alec) (uncredited)
Mark Gibson
Maze Control Room Supervisor / EMT (uncredited)
Maze Control Room Supervisor / EMT (uncredited)
Darryl Harvey
Lab Scientist (uncredited)
Lab Scientist (uncredited)
Janet L'Aube
Glader (uncredited)
Glader (uncredited)
Travis Michael Myers
Glader (uncredited)
Glader (uncredited)
Zach Nichols
Conference Room Member (uncredited)
Conference Room Member (uncredited)
Tommy Sheppard
Patient Zero (uncredited)
Patient Zero (uncredited)
Andrew Varenhorst
Herself Lab Student (uncredited)
Herself Lab Student (uncredited)
Carol Jean Wells
Glader (uncredited)
Glader (uncredited)
Jeff Wiesen

Reviews

  • Andres Gomez

    Another forgettable Game of Ender/Hunger Games/Divergent clone. In this case, to compensate that the main characters are often women, we just make the whole cast to be men. Just forget about this.

  • CharlesTheBold

    It was a good movie as far as it goes -- resourceful characters deprived of both freedom and their memories manage to build a society and think their way out of their bondage. The problem is that at the end, it simply stopped. No dramatic reason for ending where it does, no resolution of "why did the captors do this?" . Even in a series a movie ought to have a decent local climax -- for example, Kat and Peeta winning the Hunger Games.

  • Per Gunnar Jonsson

    One thing that I liked about this movie from the start was that it was, in my limited experience at least, somewhat original. Yes it was an apocalypse story but I have really not seen anything quite like it before. Yes moving mazes and all that have been done but the story as a whole was new to me. That was refreshingly enjoyable in this age of more or less boring Hollywood remakes. On the whole I quite enjoyed the movie. I would label it a “young adult” movie. Not only because the lead characters as well as almost the entire cast are teenagers but the story itself is clearly at a level directed towards a younger audience. But then, who do not wish they were young again? I quite liked the story. It clearly had its usual collection of illogical moments and plot holes but nothing really really annoying as far as I am concerned. In my opinion all of the cast did a decent enough job of their roles. Some roles mostly consisted of standing around in the background of course but the lead characters was not bad. Teresa was more of a plot element than a lead character in this movie though that has to be said. I did indeed like the maze itself. It had a quite cool look and was well done from a cinematic point of view. The one thing that did not come out in the movie though was the reason for it all. I know that is supposed to be the mystery but it was rather frustrating nonetheless to not get any clues whatsoever. What on Earth could be the purpose of having a bunch of kids live through this experience in that way? Sometimes the behavior of these kids where somewhat annoying of course. I especially disliked the plot element where that dumbass kid seemed to just want everything to stay the same forever. It is of course a classical element in stories like this but it still annoys the hell out of me every time. Bottom line is still that I found this a rather enjoyable movie. I would definitely want to see the other two books made into movies as well. I have not read the books by the way so me thinking this was a new story experience is of course partly due to this fact. SHARE THIS:

  • Trazbor O'Gukguk

    Don't bother.

  • Gimly

    Much better than the marketing would have you assume. _Final rating: ★★★ - I personally recommend you give it a go._