Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

By Wes Ball

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2015-09-18
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 12min
  • Director: Wes Ball
  • Actors: Gotham Group
  • Awards: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 4,080 Ratings


In this next chapter of the epic Maze Runner saga, Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) and his fellow Gladers face their greatest challenge yet: searching for clues about the mysterious organization known as WCKD. Their journey takes them to the Scorch, a desolate wasteland filled with unimaginable dangers, where the Gladers take on WCKD’s vastly superior forces and uncover its shocking plans for them all.



  • Hilarious and action packed!

    By Gamebro DaSavage
    It was funny and had me entertained the entire time!
  • ❤️

    By CeCe cj
    My favorite movies of all time❤️💜💞

    By xXHughJanusXx
    one of my favorite movies of alll time.
  • Amazing Franchise

    By Spankmymoto
    I absolutely loved all three movies. Have not read the books but I definitely give this franchise 5 stars no problem. A must watch without a doubt. After seeing The Death Cure, I immediately pre-ordered it on iTunes.
  • Worse movie ever...

    By Salsa Driven
    This is the worst movie ever, cannot believe that I watched the whole thing. May I suggest that if you don’t want to be disappointed do not rent. Your'welcome.
  • Overall Good movie, but it sparsely followed the book.

    By k.logue
    I was a huge fan of the books, and I finally took it upon myself and watched the Scorch Trials. If it wasn't based off a book it would be a great addition to the first movie, The Maze Runner. The movie involved a lot of running, but anyone who knows the books understands that the majority of the Scorch Trials is running. This includes running from Cranks, lightning storms and trying to survive. The cast fits the characters, and since the author was involved, I can live with the result of the movie. Getting to the point of relation to the book, they added new characters invloved in the book into the movie but they were not as strong as they were in the book. The Scorch Trials had ideas from the third book but very few from the second. Anyways, this movie doesn't deserve a rotten tomato rating; it was a great movie and if you liked the first movie I highly suggest that you watch the Scorch Trials.
  • I Hate Teresa

    By shankfromthemaze1
    I'm taking a star away only because of those dogs in the beginning. I have no idea if they were treated good behind set. But other than that I'm a shank and I love Minho😻
  • Highly Underrated

    By Rgtyhtruhjkhyb
    This movie was fantastic! Not as good as the first, but I still LOVED IT! A worthy successor! It was so good. The special effects were amazing, the acting was really good, and the story was way different from the book BUT THAT'S OK BECAUSE IT IS STILL AWESOME!
  • 5 reasons

    By AllTheLadiesLuvLeo
    1 the idea was not stolen from the hunger games the hunger games was published two months before the maze runner and it says in the ebook dediation it took James Dashner three years to write. Suzanne Collins probaly wrote the hunger games in half that time, maning JD started writing his book first. 2 it didn't follow the book, which was disappointing, but it was still a good movie 3 i have read all five books and the scorch trials might be my favorite and i've read it twice. therefore, i know that an exact replica on screen would have been totally weird. some of the changs were necessary, though ot all of them. because that didn't hapen in the book. 4 *SPOILERS* in the book of the death cure newt gets the flare. since the scorch trials didn't follow the book i am hoping that in the death cure newt doesn't get sick. 5 THE DEATH CURE IS COMING OUT JANUARY 12, 2017!!!!!!
  • Amazing.

    By nonicknameplease1
    I don't understand why people get so concerned that it is not like the book. I personally think it was awesome. You should make the third movie. I'm so sad that people despise this art. They should read the description, which tells a bit of the story, instead of buying it first.