The Maze Runner Blu-ray
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 20020
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The Maze Runner Blu-ray
The Maze Runner Blu-ray
The Maze Runner Blu-ray

The Maze Runner Blu-ray

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Video
Codec: MPEG-4 AVC (23.77 Mbps)
Resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: DTS 5.1
Italian: DTS 5.1
 

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish 

Discs
Blu-ray Disc
Two-disc set (1 BD-50, 1 DVD)
DVD copy

Digital
Digital copy expired
iTunes, Google Play

The Maze Runner

 (2014)

The Maze Runner Blu-ray delivers stunning video and reference-quality audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release


Thomas wakes up in an elevator, remembering nothing but his own name. He emerges into a world of about 60 teen boys who have learned to survive in a completely enclosed environment, subsisting on their own agriculture and supplies. A new boy arrives every 30 days. The original group has been in "The Glade" for two years, trying to find a way to escape through the Maze that surrounds their living space. They have begun to give up hope. Then a comatose girl arrives with a strange note, and their world begins to change.


For more about The Maze Runner and the The Maze Runner Blu-ray release, see the The Maze Runner Blu-ray Review published by Jeffrey Kauffman on December 13, 2014 where this Blu-ray release scored 3.5 out of 5.

Director: Wes Ball
Writers: James Dashner, Noah Oppenheim, Grant Pierce Myers, T.S. Nowlin
Starring: Dylan O'Brien, Aml Ameen, Ki Hong Lee, Blake Cooper, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Will Poulter
Producers: Marty Bowen, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Wyck Godfrey, Lee Stollman

The Maze Runner Blu-ray, Video Quality

   4.5 of 5

The Maze Runner is presented on Blu-ray courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment with an AVC encoded 1080p transfer in 2.40:1. Shot digitally with a variety of cameras including the Red Epic and Arri Alexa, The Maze Runner features a very sharp and nicely modulated image that makes the most of the ironically beautiful Glade locations, as well as the dark and forbidding maze itself. A lot of the daytime imagery is suffused with a kind of buttery summer quality, with nice gradations of light dappling and excellent depth of field. Close-ups offer excellent to superb levels of fine detail, and the palette is natural looking, free from much if any overt color grading, aside from the overall yellowish tint to the outside scenes. Some of the nighttime material as well as much of the maze sequences don't offer a wealth of shadow detail or even basic detail at times, a no doubt intentional choice to up the angst level as Thomas and his cohorts attempt to find an escape route while dodging the spider like Grievers. There are no issues with image instability or any undue digital intrusion, and aside from minor detail deficiencies with the darkest moments, The Maze Runner looks stupendous in high definition.


The Maze Runner Blu-ray, Audio Quality

   5.0 of 5

The Maze Runner's lossless DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 mix delivers everything you'd expect from a blockbuster sci-fi action film. From the opening moments when Thomas is zooming headlong into who knows what aboard a rickety elevator, there's a glut of surround activity with things like whizzing motors and an ominous roar from some unidentified beast. Later, once Thomas arrives in the Glade, there are beautiful, weirdly tranquil, ambient environmental effects dotting the surrounds, at least that is until the peace is interrupted by the massive movements of the maze walls "resetting" themselves or the even more disturbing howls of the Grievers. Dialogue is nicely directional as well and there are some great uses of discrete channelization when, for example, various boys are running through the maze. Fidelity is top notch, and there are no issues whatsoever on this track, which also offers fantastic dynamic range.

Video
Codec: MPEG-4 AVC (23.77 Mbps)
Resolution: 1080p
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1
Spanish: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: DTS 5.1
Italian: DTS 5.1
 

Subtitles
English SDH, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish 
Discs
Blu-ray Disc
Two-disc set (1 BD-50, 1 DVD)
DVD copy

Digital
Digital copy expired
iTunes, Google Play

The Maze Runner

 (2014)

The Maze Runner Blu-ray delivers stunning video and reference-quality audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release


Thomas wakes up in an elevator, remembering nothing but his own name. He emerges into a world of about 60 teen boys who have learned to survive in a completely enclosed environment, subsisting on their own agriculture and supplies. A new boy arrives every 30 days. The original group has been in "The Glade" for two years, trying to find a way to escape through the Maze that surrounds their living space. They have begun to give up hope. Then a comatose girl arrives with a strange note, and their world begins to change.


For more about The Maze Runner and the The Maze Runner Blu-ray release, see the The Maze Runner Blu-ray Review published by Jeffrey Kauffman on December 13, 2014 where this Blu-ray release scored 3.5 out of 5.

Director: Wes Ball
Writers: James Dashner, Noah Oppenheim, Grant Pierce Myers, T.S. Nowlin
Starring: Dylan O'Brien, Aml Ameen, Ki Hong Lee, Blake Cooper, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Will Poulter
Producers: Marty Bowen, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Wyck Godfrey, Lee Stollman

The Maze Runner Blu-ray, Video Quality

   4.5 of 5

The Maze Runner is presented on Blu-ray courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment with an AVC encoded 1080p transfer in 2.40:1. Shot digitally with a variety of cameras including the Red Epic and Arri Alexa, The Maze Runner features a very sharp and nicely modulated image that makes the most of the ironically beautiful Glade locations, as well as the dark and forbidding maze itself. A lot of the daytime imagery is suffused with a kind of buttery summer quality, with nice gradations of light dappling and excellent depth of field. Close-ups offer excellent to superb levels of fine detail, and the palette is natural looking, free from much if any overt color grading, aside from the overall yellowish tint to the outside scenes. Some of the nighttime material as well as much of the maze sequences don't offer a wealth of shadow detail or even basic detail at times, a no doubt intentional choice to up the angst level as Thomas and his cohorts attempt to find an escape route while dodging the spider like Grievers. There are no issues with image instability or any undue digital intrusion, and aside from minor detail deficiencies with the darkest moments, The Maze Runner looks stupendous in high definition.


The Maze Runner Blu-ray, Audio Quality

   5.0 of 5

The Maze Runner's lossless DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 mix delivers everything you'd expect from a blockbuster sci-fi action film. From the opening moments when Thomas is zooming headlong into who knows what aboard a rickety elevator, there's a glut of surround activity with things like whizzing motors and an ominous roar from some unidentified beast. Later, once Thomas arrives in the Glade, there are beautiful, weirdly tranquil, ambient environmental effects dotting the surrounds, at least that is until the peace is interrupted by the massive movements of the maze walls "resetting" themselves or the even more disturbing howls of the Grievers. Dialogue is nicely directional as well and there are some great uses of discrete channelization when, for example, various boys are running through the maze. Fidelity is top notch, and there are no issues whatsoever on this track, which also offers fantastic dynamic range.