November, 18th 2016
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials album description:The collection has 27 compositions, and only four of them are not instrumental. One created in the genre of country music, by Patsy Cline who sang Walkin' After Midnight song. Another is charmingly pleasant trance + pop, titled As The Rush Comes. It was performed whether by the girl or a band called Motorcycle. Among the instrumental compositions, almost all made in the inspiring style, sublime or even threatening. For example, The Scorch (Instrumental). And so be it, because the whole film is not a toy. It has a huge budget and stunning special effects.
The plot of the film is simple and complicated at the same time. In the foreground, we have a mystery of existence in post-apocalyptic world, which is terribly not loyal to the people who want to survive in it. If the first part of the Maze Runner was basically about a maze puzzle, and that was very local riddle, the second part already involves a much larger world. And there are many pitfalls and much more deadly traps. People who live in the outside world, in which our heroes eventually go, look like some kind of fast-moving zombies (very similar to those that were in the movie I Am A Legend with Will Smith, who even had two alternative endings to whet up the interest of the audience).
There are more special effects, more drive, energy, explosions, traffic and people. In general, it has more of everything that the first part had. If we continue on the same exponent, from the third part of the movie we should expect the action that merely goes beyond the planet, and actors should not be less than a thousand.
Wonderfully qualitative action movie, which you will definitely want to add to your collection and watch it time from time. Reference: "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" on the Web: IMDb, Wikipedia, RottenTomatoes.com