What would be the point of climbing it?
Are you kidding me? OK get over this. Some of the boys run the maze and map it, looking for a way out. Thomas is going to have to figure out a way out of the maze, or something like that, perhaps by leveraging the weird flashback dreams he has about clinical labs and stuff.
It takes the first 40 minutes of the story to explain these, and how this Glade works, and I liked all that. Dystopias like this are fascinating for how they work.
Once you climb over the wall you can see the whole maze. It would be the absolute focus of my day if I was there. Totally it is possible. Failing that, build a massive earthworks. Take all the earth in the Glade and pile it up against the wall, so the whole thing is a slope. They know there are monsters in the maze, but they never take it to the monsters.
They send runners out in pairs, basically unarmed. Absolutely, a warrior class could develop in any group of boys, and you send them out to fight. Build up some ramparts around the entrances. Patrol them, leave guards on duty. The visuals of the maze and the glade are stunning and cool.
We easily imagine ourselves there. The teen-angst and in-fighting is awesome, Lord of the Flies obviously, but still great. Acting is great too. But it is pretty much empty, like eating only beautiful spun-sugar decorations without any vittles.
Are they immune to the disease or not? If they are immune, and this whole program is designed to somehow extract that immunity, how in hell does running a maze and being stressed by that help at all?
I just absolutely do not buy it. Are they trying to tap and bottle the human spirit? Is that what makes immunity to the Flare?
Who thought that up, and pitched it to financial backers as the best idea? And after reading the synopses of the next two books, it seems this just remains the deal. The kids get stressed and put through the grinder, and somehow magically this makes their bodies produce the new penicillin, or something?
What kind of mad theory is that? How is this massive maze, and exceedingly complex and long-lasting plot 3 years and runninginvolving memory-wiping why?
It makes no sense.
It will spoil my enjoyment of the next two movies, if I see them, because it makes no sense. Maybe there was none they could give that would satisfy?
Hugh Howey did it in Wool. There was a reason people got put into silo tubes for millennia, and it was a good one. It made everything else worth it. What does that even mean?
Are the adults immune? They seem to be alive also.As you no doubt noticed from the helpful tip above, this review of Billions contains spoilers. Unfortunately, there is no such spoiler warning included on episode ten’s official synopsis from.
★★★The Maze Runner by James Dashner (Dash is a good name for a book about running) is an infuriatingly good example of taking great liberal splashes of all the great stuff that went before (LOST, Truman Show, Hunger Games), and not learning the key lesson from any of them.
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