Maximum Ride :- Watch Maximum Ride on Youtube on Fire,I have waited for a VERY long time for this to become a film, and I can’t say I’m entirely disappointed. See, the series’s plot was more or less messy, but the characters were stellar. They were invaluable and became a part of my heart, and to be honest with you, still very much are. That’s why I liked this movie. They did a good job with the characters. They look mostly accurate, but, most importantly, they act accurately as well. Seeing Iggy on screen is something my middle school self would’ve sold her soul to see.This film followed the book so closely that it actually gave me flashbacks to the book. I haven’t read it in years, so when several things happened I’d actually gasp and say, “I remember this!” And a lot of times it was close to how I have imagined it initially as well. They did a good job in terms of that. However, yes, I was disappointed in the fact that it only covered the first half of the book, and the less action packed half, too. Max Ride was famous for its heart-racing fight scenes, and there just wasn’t any of that here.I’ve heard some complaints about the CGI, and I think that was my biggest issue with the film as well. The wings looked a little too surreal, sleek and texture-less. Also, flying straight up isn’t something birds can do.There are 6 children that aren’t your average kids. Their names are Max (14 years old), Fang (14), Iggy (14), Nudge (11), Gazzy (8), and Angel (6). They’re special hybrid humans; they had 2% avian DNA infused to their human DNA. They escaped from a lab they call “The School” with the help of their caretaker (Jeb Batchleder), and they’ve been living in the mountains since, even after Jeb dies. But when the half-lupine guards from The School, Erasers, have taken Angel, they go on a exhilarating journey to get her back. Along the way, their mysterious past is being revealed, as well as some stunning secrets.
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Action, Adventure, Comedy
Release: 30 August 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 4.3/10
Director: Jay Martin
Stars: Allie Marie Evans, Patrick Johnson, Peter O’Brien