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We saw ‘The Maze Runner’: Here’s why you should be excited



Let’s face it, we’ve all been burned by bad literary adaptations once or twice. Well, two Hypable staffers were lucky enough to see The Maze Runner at San Diego Comic-Con and we are here to reassure you that you won’t be burned by this one.

The cast is absolute perfection.

There aren’t too many films these days that get every casting decision exactly right, but The Maze Runner will surpass even the highest of expectations. Every single actor brings honesty and heart to the Glader they play, and they do so with an energy so genuine you can’t help but fall for each and every one of them. Thomas, Alby, Newt, Chuck, Gally, Minho, and Teresa are all played with so much compassion and ferocity it’s as if they jumped right off the page and onto the screen before you.

The maze is just as huge and scary as you thought it would be.

Readers of the book may be a little wary about how someone could manage to bring the general horror of the maze to life and do the grandeur of it justice, but Wes Ball and the brilliant effects team at work on The Maze Runner far surpassed this reader’s expectations. The maze seems to have a mind of its own as it contorts and collapses around our favorite Gladers, which had us literally hanging onto our seats for dear life. Overall, the maze is dark, forboding, and sets the perfect backdrop for the next item on our list.

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The birds were created by mistake. The jabberjays - all male - were initially created to eavesdrop on the rebels in the Dark Days, memorizing entire conversations and repeating them back at the Capitol. Once they were discovered, the rebels fed endless lies to the birds, and sent them back loaded with false information. After the lies were discovered, the Capitol closed the laboratories and the jabberjays were released into the wild, in the hope that they would die off. They did, eventually, but not before they passed on their genetic code to female mockingbirds. This was unforeseen, because no one expected them to have the brains to reproduce. The offspring were called mockingjays. (mockngj)

can we just talk about how the majority of the female population thought 50 shades of grey was absolutely horrible but now that they see a hot guy and sex they think it’s a “great movie” with an “inspiring plot” yes because a controlling relationship is so romantic and inspiring and sexual violence is fun!!! 

Let’s send a message. Anyone who thinks they can hunt and kill us for money, they get to be a name on our dead pool.


Please don’t tell me that we’re thinking the same thing


honestly can’t wait for the 50 shades movie to normalize the manipulation of lower-level female employees.  can’t wait for the new wave of “consent is sexy” banners on the cover of cosmo.  can’t wait for teen girls to think that a controlling relationship is romantic.  can’t wait for sexualized violence to become increasingly mainstream.  and most of all, i can’t wait for bdsm to be labeled a feminist revolution

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You were right. About me and Dad. I’m sorry that the last time I was with him, I tried to pick a fight. I’m sorry that I spent most of my life angry at him. I mean, for all I know, he died thinking that I hate him. So you’re right. What I’m doing right now, it is too little. It’s too late. I miss him, man. And I feel guilty as hell. And I’m not all right. Not at all. But neither are you. That much I know.


Danny should be the third password since he is a victim to Jeff Davis’ writing.

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On Thursdays, we’re teddy bear doctors. (▰˘◡˘▰)

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Tonight, they’d make their stand, once and for all.

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I’m more than just a piece in their Games.

i just have voices in my head.

"I don’t know why we’re going after a beta when there’s an alpha on the field."
"Because an entire pack of aphas went after McCall and he was the one left standing."


what jeff davis says: danny no longer has a need to stay in beacon hills

what jeff davis means: yeah we’re doing my favourite thing and replacing great characters with crappy copies