“Director Wes Ball’s The Maze Runner is an impressive riff on the Lord of the Flies archetype, blending boys’ survival stories with fantastical genre elements into a stew that is frankly more successful than I expected. It’s an exciting and engaging science-fiction horror story that just happens to be based on a popular YA literary franchise. It is violent, scary, and occasionally challenging, while keeping its foot planted in the realm of storytelling and character drama over complicated world-building. It has a stable of strong young actors giving life to relatively stock character types, as well as the maze itself which is an impressive example of big-scale effects on small(er) scale budget and justifies the IMAX Experience if you are so inclined. Putting aside its ambitions as a franchise or its relation to other would-be YA adaptations, The Maze Runner is just a solid piece of sci-fi genre filmmaking.”
- Really great review by Scott Mendelson from Forbes (x)

shouldnt:

Ariana Grande sounds like a font on Microsoft Word

Porcelain

wancres:

Summary: changing feelings; messy drabble

Rating: T (but not really)

Genre: Romance

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By the way, The Maze Runner movie has some scenes where the lights are dark then suddenly it’s super bright or the lights are moving too fast so for those who have epilepsy … just be wary.

colornbian:

How do you become someone who puts stickers on fruit because I think I could do that