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Plot: When Wendy Christensen has a vision of an accident on a roller coaster, resulting in her and her friends' deaths, she instantly begins to panic and gets off the ride, causing some of her friends to get off as well. The remaining friends, including Wendy's boyfriend, are stuck on the roller coaster… Runtime: 93 min Release Date: 10 Feb 2006
I just got back from the sneak preview screening. I went into the movie not expecting much of a sequel. For some reason the trailer made it seem to be kinda cheesy. However, i could not have been more wrong. As soon as the roller coaster crash occurs its intense all the way to the end. It just seemed like the deaths kept coming and coming non stop. The deaths i thought were very creative and many came to be a surprise. The ending i thought was great and surprising. The acting in the movie i thought was better then in any of the other films. The only complaint i had was that it was only 90 <more>
minutes long. Anyone that is even considering seeing this go see it as soon as you can. You will not be disappointed.
I've always been a huge fan of the Final Destination series, mainly because it got me to look at the world in a whole new light. Granted, a slightly paranoid light, but a new light all the same. Any film capable of doing this deserves some recognition! The first and second were 2 gory, brash and trashy films, and didn't attempt to pretend they weren't, and the third followed the same route.The plot in itself was pretty thin, and the characters were really just people on a hit list, no strong characterisation, but then, it wasn't needed! This is a no brainer snuff movie and it <more>
rocks. Some gratuitous amounts of gore, and a little nudity here and there and you have the perfect film to waste away the boredom welling up inside you after sitting through Harry Potter. The actors all do fine jobs, and the special effects are pretty much top-notch when they're not CGI and the pace just moves along nicely.The 2 major bad points are : The CGI - It was pretty noticeable, and it did take away some of the magic of the Roller-coaster scene,in my opinion anyway, and secondly, it was way too short and there weren't enough deaths in it! That sounds a little demented, I know, but I actually found myself yearning for just a little more... but no. Excellent ending though, it surprised me, I have to say.A good strong film altogether, a perfect date movie, but you'll never EVER look at a Tanning Bed or a picture for that matter the same way again.GO SEE IT!
If you've read the other reviews, you'll know this movie is one you'll either hate or like for the most part, I personally thought it was the best of the three. I have to say some things about what one guy said, complaining of the non-eloquence of death in the death scenes, I won't spoil any for those of you who don't know, but no matter how death dealt with them in the first film, it really wasn't about eloquence... they were suppose to die, and for no dying at that time they were suppose to, they are going to pay dying brutal and painful deaths.At the screening I was <more>
at, everyone seemed to love it. It somehow managed to actually have some decent comedy in it and not many failed attempts at it. The acting... I'll be honest, I really suck when it comes to telling this whole "good" and "bad" acting thing... to me it seemed alright. Every death other than the tanning bed one which I "reveal" because anyone who saw the trailer knows it happens had the basic idea of most of the people in the audience having no idea whatsoever what was going to happen. Personally, all the kills were among my favorites of the series, no matter how simple they may have been and yes, even questionable as to their possibility of occurring . This was a great way to end the series, where the finale of the movie fits into the true style of the Final Destination films.It comes down to something you'll have to see for yourself... if you don't think you'll like it, you probably shouldn't go see it. If you're thinking about seeing it, wait until it's at a cheap theater. If you really wanna see, go ahead and see it when you can, there's a pretty good chance you'll walk out smiling. If you like gore, I don't see how you'd be let down, it's the most violent of the series.On another point, I liked hearing the original Final Destination opening theme over the opening credits of this one again- ah, the memories.
I am a Final Destination fan, and could not wait till this movie came out, and it was NOT a let down. Excellent scenes, excellent storyline, and new and unusual ways to die makes this an excellent addition to the first two. I gave this a 9 star rating because I felt they could have focused a little more on the premonition side of the story, it was made so important in the first two , and I almost expected to see our two survivors from the 2nd movie in this one, **I think that would have been a great addition**, on the other hand, I was extremely pleased and say it is definitely a must see <more>
for any Final Destination fan, or anyone who enjoys a great trilogy that keeps you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what might happen next!!
I saw this movie on Valentine's Day and I stand by my opinion that it is the best of the three! The death's are gruesome, but some are even laughable if you see it twice. I think that the premonition scene could've been a little more... traumatic and have more of an impact, but other than that it was good! The thing that is different about this movie is that it focuses around ONLY seniors in high school. The first movie had mostly seniors, but it had the teacher also. The second one had a variety of ages, but this one is only about seniors, which means that the deaths can be <more>
somewhat more imaginable, because teens will do certain things that some adults wouldn't. There was a hole in the plot line somewhere along the way, but it wasn't major. All in all, I think this movie was the best of the three, and a good way to end the trilogy of Final Destination. An oxymoron if there ever was one. If you haven't seen this movie by now, SEE IT! This is a movie that you would want to see in theaters your first time, not sitting on the couch in your living room, half distracted and not really paying attention. There's a rumor that it will be coming out in 3D eventually, and I loved this movie so much that I want to go see it a second time! So I STRONGLY recommend this movie if you want to be entertained and be scared and grossed out all at once.
I've just got out of watching this movie. It has everything a good horror/terror movie should have: fast actions, short and shocking scenes and music in the right moment.It tells the story about a senior class students who are victims of a tragedy in a roller-coaster. Some of them survived, like Wendy Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Kevin Ryan Merriman . Together they find out curious facts about the people who did not, though should, have died in the roller-coaster accident.As the movie develops, it shows the mysterious ways in which death acts. The soundtrack and quick scenes make the <more>
spectator feel as if he were there, fighting death.The movie is not predictable, which is one of it's main characteristics, that makes it even more interesting. Sometimes you might have a clue of what's going to happen next, but most of the time you don't.I highly recommend this movie if you want to spend a quite scary and frightening moment watching a thriller. But be prepared to be scared.
I'd just have to say that this movie was a grand slam. OK so it wasn't all that good, but its good enough to hold your attention. If you have seen the 1st 2, the 3rd is a charm. It just makes you wonder how can you beat death this time. There is much more action and effects in this one. It is guaranteed to make you jump out your seat. For all you people out there who can't hold their stomach, this movie is NOT for you. The way it ended, I don't think there will be another one. Movies don't have a 4 or 5 do they? Unless you are Wes Craven. LOL! This is one of the coolest <more>
trilogies that are out there,besides Scream. I give this movie a thumbs up without a doubt.
This is an exciting sort of horror film that explores the capacity for death to appear in the urban environment. One of the actors, in fact, explains that 150,000 deaths happen every day. So, it is part of life, really. But, for the typical modern teenager just graduating from high school, this is unexpected. Their minds are too preoccupied with the search for the perfect mate and the perfect tan. So, this film, like so many other horror films, exploits the charms of this age group that is barely old enough to depict suffering a hideous death, whether by being crushed by a runaway roller <more>
coaster, impalement, being burned alive in a tanning machine, smashed by an out of control truck in a fast food drive through, and other equally sad endings to a short life. Life may be short for American teenagers in the narrow alleys of Baghdad or in the teeming jungles of Vietnam. It is a shame to reflect it may be short even in the relative safety of our urban jungles, too. The actors and actresses are all appropriately charming as they are offed in entertaining fashion. Perhaps, this might be classified as a masterpiece of the legal snuff film industry. A special Oscar category?
Visceral, Gritty, and WOW they just keep getting better! (by goofnut569)
I saw the first two FD movies out of sequence. That may be why my opinion of FD2 is what it is in comparison to the first film. The second one was much better than the first and the tradition continues here. It seemed that the first two were trying to make some of the deaths almost comical in a sick way. This installment certainly turned away from that. Everything about FD3 was great, even the acting. However, the script called for a few too many stereotypes which is why this film doesn't deserve a '10' score. The conversations were a bit deeper and made some since this time <more>
around, all stereotypes aside, and you actually learned a bit about the characters beyond their simple teen exoskeletons. The accidents were very realistic and slightly more plausible than the those in the previous Final Destinations. Several of them are severely intense and disturbing. The personification of death as an all consuming force continues. The presence of death is symbolized by wind this time around whereas it was a shadow in the first and cold in the second. Hopefully these actors and actresses will go on to greater things, and hopefully James Wong will decide to bring even more of our worst fears and nightmares to life in another Final Destination film. The surprise ending to this film opens the door for a brilliant sequel, which will hopefully come about and continue the tradition of gritty, visceral, and possibly slightly intelligent horror.