While this sequel has lots of action, it’s also missing some of the things that made the first “Maze Runner” film intriguing and fun, writes reviewer Rev. Ted Giese.
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The movie is not so much fantastic as it is familiar, and in this case familiarity has bred a lot of contempt in the world of film review, writes reviewer Rev. Ted Giese.
Throughout the film the action is generally handled with a light touch — nothing is taken too seriously.
It’s not a great film but certainly very good, writes reviewer Ted Giese. Parents should take the movie’s PG-13 rating seriously, though, as some scenes may be too intense for young children.
If explosions and mayhem with a simple-yet-effective story, well-acted by a strong cast, is the order of the day, then this film will not disappoint, writes reviewer Rev. Ted Giese.
Spiritually speaking, the film is more clever, efficient style than enduring, deep substance, according to reviewer Rev. Ted Giese.