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Plot: In a car race in McKinley Speedway, twenty-something Nick has a premonition of a deadly car crash with many casualties in the audience and convinces his girlfriend Lori and his friends Hunt and Janet to leave the place. They are followed by the security guard; a racist guy; a mother with her children and a mechanic, that are saved from death. When the racist guy and the mother die in mysterious and creepy incidents, Nick and Lori research and find many similar cases in Internet. They try to lure The Ripper to break the chain of deadly events and survive, but destiny does not help them. Runtime: 82 mins Release Date: 27 Aug 2009
You have GOT to be kidding me people. Let's preface this: you decided to watch FInal Destination part 174. AKA you know what you are getting into. Every Final Destination has the exact same formula. At this point, if you decide to watch the movie, you are 150% aware of what is going to happen. I find this to be fantastic. I love the fact that when I rent this crap from Redbox for $1 a night, I am getting exactly what I want. TONS of ridiculously silly carnage, cheese, and hot lead characters. If you rated this movie less than 8.5...I HATE you. If you have watched 3 or more Final <more>
Destination movies...this film is definitely for you. Grab a beer and a few shots with your friends, and make it a drinking game, for goodness sake.
Great film. Best horror 3D usage ever! (by shanpanjwani)
This was a pretty darn good movie. Even if it is the fourth film in the set, it still manages to bring the same essence that led the first one to nearly become a classic, and succeeds. The acting was okay, but definitely good for a film of this sort. Of course, the thing that sets this one apart from the others is the 3D aspect to it. This film used it as much as it could to its fullest extent, without ever going too overboard with it. The deaths were still pretty creative, and some even paid homage to older ones. When people say that they saw the whole film in the trailers, they aren't <more>
even close to right. Sure, they saw some POSSIBLE deaths, but the atmosphere that surrounds you in the theatres in 3D is so exceedingly thrilling that you definitely feel uneasy as you drive home. I would write more, but am kind of exhausted, and way too-overthrilled to say anything more at the moment, at the risk of offending this movie. It was on my top 3 to see this summer, and succeeded.SEE IN 3D!!!
I had somewhat high expectations for this one, after reading some of the interviews where the producers promised a hard-R rating and lots of gore and nudity. It was a letdown in terms of nudity, but the gore is there- plenty of it. OVerall this movie fulfilled my expectations and then some.A group of friends go to a car racing. One of them gets a premonition of a terrible accident so he convinces them to leave. Several other people leave as well, and indeed, shorty thereafter a massive accident takes place.But then some of the survivors start dying, too, and in the order they would have died <more>
had they stayed for the race. This leads our kids to realize that they will be next and the have to find a way to break the chain of deaths. Nothing unfamiliar to those who have seen one of the previous entries of the series.What sets this movie apart from most theatrical-release horror is the delight this movie takes in gore. Every death is brutal and gruesome. Plus, the 3D effects are spectacular. Starting with the opening credits, to the final death scene. In "My Bloody Valentine" 3D effects where underused. Only 2 scenes stood out. Here, there are plenty of very effective instances where stuff flies into your face. And one of those startled me and I reacted to avoid what was coming at me.This is quite an exhilarating movie because it's so cheery about death and gore. It also has the advantage that most of it is filmed during the day as opposed to the standard and annoying endless shots at night and in the rain of most horror movies. What you have to fear here is not some shadows or something jumping out at night, but everyday life during the day. Anything in motion may destroy you. There isn't much a love story either, thankfully. For some reason the movie makes a whole issue out of racism still? that makes no sense whatsoever- but I guess in Hollywood political agendas never die. Aside from that, some other problems are the CGI-gore which is starting to look better, but never will be as convincing as prosthetics. Also, Krista Allen gets a thankless role that's too short, and there could have been more nudity.Otherwise, this movie is a lot of fun and a must see for anyone who likes horror or wants to enjoy a great 3D experience.
The Final Destination films have always been more suspenseful than anything, and in a genre full of stalk-and-slash films, they were always a fun diversion and often even encompassed incredibly good film-making. The newest and supposedly last installment in the ten-year series, aptly titled The Final Destination, does an incredible job of matching some of the series' best moments, and ends things in a very satisfying way. Explosions and insanity abound in the new horror film directed by David R. Ellis, and starring Bobby Campo, Nick Zano, Krista Allen, Haley Webb, and Shantel <more>
VanSanten.So, the basis of all the Destination films relies on the opening disaster sequence, and in stunning 3-D, I believe I can honestly say that this one was the best of the four. There's all sorts of blood and cool CGI-effects blazing across the screen, it was just a very fun and exciting sequence.Obviously by now, everyone knows the most enticing aspect about these films: the highly original and creative deaths. In this movie, it's heightened tenfold by the extremely fascinating use of the 3D, which at times sends all sorts of really cool things flying at the screen. We get a lot of really disgusting death scenes and sequences, the coolest stuff definitely taking place at a mall towards the end. Saying even a single word about the hugely inventive deaths in the film would completely spoil the whole point of the movie, but at a series high of eleven, The Final Destination displays the most kills of the entire series.The 3D works the very best in the film when it comes to the high-definition, CGI-laden premonitions, which are vastly different than the brief glimpses at future events that were in the first and second films the third had a complete lack of person-to-person premonitions due to the interesting and vastly original picture-death system . The premonitions are highly effective and in-your-face, for once displaying just the perfect amount of foreshadowing without going overboard. And in a Final Destination movie, foreshadowing is what it's all about.Perhaps the most interesting thing about this installment of the series is seeing the return of "presence" or evil force that was so prevalent in the original movie that started it all. While many of the situations and things this time around were incredibly unrealistic, the 3D definitely was an excuse for all sorts of crazy stuff. The presence works well in this installment, definitely fitting more with the semi-cheesy tone of the film overall. I really enjoyed the red herrings that popped up all throughout the movie; it almost got to a point where you're never really sure quite how a character is gonna bite it, and it makes for an extremely entertaining watch.The acting? Probably the last thing the audience is thinking about when they come to see a Destination movie. There's some impressive performances here, and a very charismatic lead performance from Bobby Campo, but nobody is trying to win an Oscar here. It's horror, after all. All the actors and actresses are just trying to have a good time, and it really shows. They all work well off of each other. Honestly, with the short runtime, I was seriously concerned that the acting and character development would sort of fall by the wayside. In a lot of ways, the development definitely did, but the actors bring a lot of life to their characters, even the ones who have very little screen time. It's almost like a very fun little ensemble.David R. Ellis was, absolutely, the perfect choice to close up the final chapter of the franchise. He's at home behind the camera, and he seems to really "get" the whole feel of the movie. The tongue-in-cheek thing is his specialty; he also directed Snakes on a Plane and the well-received Final Destination 2.What the third film succeeded in the most was three things: character development, highly realistic death scenes, and building tension to a massive boiling point. Where The Final Destination fails in building up much decent character development and in making the deaths hyper-realistic and disturbing, it succeeds in both a fun factor that wasn't present much in the other movies and building tension. Horror-suspense is pretty much the perfect genre classification for these films, and there's just as much fear and intensity emanating from the big screen in this one as there ever was before. A scene toward the middle that I especially liked where two people were in danger at the same time was one that really got to me.For months now, I've been raving about how badly I wanted to see this movie. After all, it was without a doubt my most anticipated movie of 2009. Did it live up to the hype? Hell yes. It was every bit as brutal as I was expecting and I pretty much loved everything about it. One of my favorite things about the movie was the highly original opening credits sequence, which was sort of a lament to all of the series' death scenes. It was very well-orchestrated, and it set an extremely fun mood for the scenes that followed. All in all, this was definitely near the top of my list for best horror films of the year. It was absolutely fantastic.While I still think Final Destination 3 was the perfect film and the best out of the stellar franchise, The Final Destination was definitely a good contender and loads of tongue-in-cheek fun. I dug the characters, dialogue, death scenes, and ending a whole hell of a lot, and I'd recommend it to any fan of the franchise or any fan of 3D.
Hysterically entertaining, The 3D adds to the series beautifully. (by SalTBalsak)
I have to admit, this is going to be a short and biased review. I love the Final Destination series and I've never seen a movie in 3D before. Add those 2 factors up and you get the most fun I've had at the theater in years. If you even remotely like the previous films, this one is a no-brainer. If you're like me and only seen the past 3 on cable or DVD, get off your butt and go see it in the theater in 3D...TOTALLY worth it.If you've never seen any in the series, this is the one to see, but again, see it in the theater in 3D. My wife had not seen any and to quote her, she <more>
"definitely enjoyed it for what it was". She was dodging, flinching and laughing the whole time.Also, if you haven't seen any of these films, let me assure you these are not conventional "horror" movies. There's no wacky slasher running around, no hordes of zombies, no haunted house. This series just uses a thin plot to loosely tie together some of the most creative and hysterical sight gags ever seen.Okay, now for my mini-critique...First off, the death scenes themselves are the same creative, tongue-in-cheek, over-the-top, gruesomely delicious deaths we've come to expect from the series. But, the painstaking 3D associated with them is what puts them above the other films or any comic-gore movies . No spoilers here I hope I mean, you know people get killed, right? , but the one right before the opening title and the one with the mechanic are simply off-the-chart awesome. I kept wanting to hit the rewind button on the movie so I could watch them again and again. Let's hope they release it on Blu-Ray in 3D when the time comes.My only real complaint with the film does come from the death gags as well however. Although the actual deaths themselves are creative, the rube-goldberg set-ups in this are lacking the ingenuity of the previous films.My other minor complaint lies in the methodology of how the lead character identifies the who and the how of the next death. Again, I don't want to spoil anything, but the previous versions handled this better.The acting is serviceable at best, but again, the deaths and 3D are the stars of the movie and what you're paying to see. If you want acting, go rent "Doubt" another very good movie . If you want to laugh, flinch and go "OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhhhhhhhh" at amazing sight gags, see "The Final Destination 3D"."The Final Destination" series keeps on delivering the goods in 3D no less while series like "Saw" and "Hostel" were one and done. I really hope this movie posts some decent numbers. It is definitely the best Horror and I use that term loosely movie series of the past 10 years and I'd like it to continue. Go see it now!P.S. I know my review skills suck, but this movie does not!
Fantastic ending to an awesome franchise.Without 3d it is just a regular final destination but with it wow!!! I loved how it was literally right in front of your face and jumped out so much.I have been waiting to see this movie for weeks now and this was well beyond worth the wait.Some cons though but not that bad for this film.Some of the deaths seemed sorta lame and cheap from time to time but like every other destination there were also some awesome death sequences in the film.My heart raced so much throughout this movie from beginning to end it was a total roller-coaster.The acting <more>
wasn't that good sad to say but the main character the preppy Jerk and the security guard made you feel for them.Sadly the girls in the film were really bad actors very bland and forced a lot of the time.But suffice it to say despite it's minimal flaws this is the best destination ever.Oh and the movie in 3d within a movie in 3d part very cool ingenious idea to implement into this movie.
Well well well, where should I begin?? First of all I have to give props to the producers for giving us yet again another splatter filled ride on the way to death's house. I must admit I was pretty let down by the leads this time around. Not only where they totally unbelievably unbelievable...well...actually that was pretty much it. The acting really wasn't that great. Minus ONE point . And then there's the special effects...I'll admit I wasn't expecting a masterpiece after seeing parts 2 and 3 but hey, we're in 2009, if New Line can bring us "The Lord of the <more>
Rings", why be so stingy with this movie...I mean don't get me wrong they were okay but could have used a little less, 'animation'. It was like watching a gore-filled Pixar movie. Minus ANOTHER point for the SFX . Ah and my I mention that who ever knocks this movie on plot needs to really go back and watch the previous 3 films. After the second film the plot really didn't matter, it was all about going in and watching these kids, or adults die in gruesome fashion. Now on the PLUS side. As expected with the Final Destination series, we go in expecting some pretty horrific accidents. This one takes the cake, in my opinion. Not only does it incorporate everyday activities like: going to the mall, or going to a café, but it also throws in some pretty extra-ordinary situations for example *spoiler* a white supremacist going into a yard to dig up a hole to plant a burning cross...I mean these writers really thought out of the box this time, not that they haven't in the previous films they just went far out and beyond. So, in conclusion, go into this not expecting an explanation for why death works this way because honestly, I really don't think we're EVER going to get one. Go into this expecting some pretty disgusting deaths, and make sure to check this out in 3D! There's nothing better than having virtual intestines flung at you. 8/10 for me on this one.
While reminding us of the campy ish scenario of Final Destination 2, The Final Destination improves it keeping the 'humor' down a lest a few notches.There are two differences between this instalment and it's three predecessors: 1 The accident is shown before the introduction credits. I for one did not expect them to begin it right off the bat, mainly just give us signs of what to expect from the movie. But no, they gave us exactly what we wanted from the start: lots of crashes, blood and gore.While the signs leading up to the accident are ones I would've like to have seen <more>
improved, it wasn't anything to deter me from continuing to watch. It could have also made us care more for at least some of the victims.2 OK, many people have mentioned this one already. Say it with me: THE INTRODUCTION CREDITS! Instead of a creepy-esquire frame of shadows and things that look like they could hurt us, they decide to remind us of some of the most remember-able death scenes from the previous series! Ending with the most remember-able scene in the first instalment of Final Destination.Now for the rest of the review: Several of the characters have a different opinion of what happened. While half of them and just glad to be alive and don't care how, aside from asking the main character how he knew, while the others are curious as to what happened to them. Each one showing off their own different personalities in the Process. I had expected some people to think of the visionary as some kind of freak or feel sorry for him and was surprised that the only three people who came up to him were a mother who was grateful to be alive with her family, a man who only said thanks and introduced himself and a redneck who blamed said thankful man for... well, that would be spoiling it.The deaths, although mostly unrealistic, were well improvised and let me become creative of names of death scenes, two of which in a time frame never to have been thought of before IMHO. Although I will have to warn my sister about some of the scenes, if she herself is interested in the movie.Although the plot remains the same for TFD, it seems to incorporate several aspects from the first three movies. Showing the memorial from the first, the twist of an extra addition from the second and spoiler another premonition in the third. It's as if this time around, the writers and directors are trying to show that all three movies are part of this instalment seeing as how this movie takes place in McKinley too .The ending was, although expected, quite random as it shows several signs reminding us how the story began this time but then comes out and gives us a completely new and unexpected addition to psych us out, after-all, a movie wouldn't be fun without one or two of those...provided they're done well enough.Overall, I give this edition a 8 out of 10 due to the unrealistic abeit entertaining animation and campy feel of the story.jD001
First of all, for the people who gave bad reviews about acting, plot etc...what did you think, you were watching a Meryl Streep movie??? Each movie should be judged according to its genre. To go this movie and crib about character development and plot holes is like going to a tennis match and cribbing that there were no touchdowns and home runs. Have you ever heard of compartmentalizing and appreciating different kinds of movies? Don't act like the stuffed movie reviewers of big publications who cannot give more than 3 stars if movie is not set in pre 1800s England or feature John <more>
Malkovich.Overall, the 3d effects were great and well thought out. Very impressive technologically and very entertaining.