Final Destination 3

Movie Reviews | Feb 14th, 2006

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Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ryan Merriman, Alexz Johnson, Kris Lemche
Written By: Glen Morgan, James Wong
Directed By: James Wong

Ah yes, another sequel to the wonderful series about kids who have a “vision” of a disaster and it ends up happening. Tho it’s the same old shit over and over again, these movies are enjoyable. They make you want to see how the can possibly kill off someone in the grossest way possible, and boy is this one fabulous.

In Final Destination we had a plane crash, in 2 we had a horrible highway accident, and now, in 3, we have a roller coaster disaster. So thank you Mr. director for taking three things I am absolutely terrified of, and making movies out of them. Did you sneak into my nightmares and greatest fears mister? What’s next? An elevator? Enough of my ranting and back to the movie….

Graduation time for Wendy and her friends, and to celebrate the school throws a carnival and surprise surprise she has a “vision” of the roller coaster breaking and killing everyone on the ride, brutally (and yes folks they show it all). She freaks out, scaring her fellow classmates into getting off the ride. Just like in the first one, death comes after them one by one, in the order they were supposed to die on the ride. What I enjoy most about these movies is that they don’t hold back from the gore. When a guy gets a blade to the head you SEE everything. Sure, this makes me sound sick, but I mean come on…you’re going to a movie like this to get grossed out, am I right? So that’s the plot of Final Destination 3. They never learn and keep trying to keep death. You can’t. Plain and simple. It always finds a way to get back at them.

Out of the 3, this one has to be my favorite. The deaths are more elaborate and make you chuckle a bit. Some of the characters are so obnoxious, it makes you kinda cheer when they get it. Honestly, there isn’t much to write about this movie. There’s no real plot, the acting is of course terrible, and they try to pull a twist but, it didn’t work.

I still suggest going to see this, especially if you’re a fan of the previous. If you’re grossed out easily don’t even waste your time…oh yeah, and don’t eat during this one…

Favorite Scenes: Every death scene, they were just plain silly
Rating: R
Running Time: 93 minutes
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