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With little of the ingenuity of previous installments, The Final Destination is predictable, disposable horror fare.
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The film showers you with gore while dumping a motor engine in your lap and poking you in the eye with a burnt stick.
The characters are crash-test dummies, with dialogue to match. Yet Eric Bress' script is mockingly self-aware, framing the film as the ultimate example of violence as entertainment.
Since not even 3-D can put your eyes out, our only hope is that this time, the title is a promise and not a tease.
[A] silly and predictable fourth installment in the lucrative thriller series about pretty young people attempting to cheat death.
[The] set pieces never quite muster the giddy brio of Final Destination 1 and 3 auteur James Wong at his best.
With the exception of Williamson, the actors are as disposable as their characters, and there is no story to speak of.
An absolute slap in the face to the fans who made the franchise a hit in the first place.
The Final Destination is a catastrophe in and of itself.
Imagine a film that features an endless cavalcade of people being eviscerated in the bloodiest and bone-snappiest of ways, yet which somehow manages to inspire the audience to envy the victims.
screams 'made for TV'
There's absolutely no reason for The Final Destination to exist other than the only one Hollywood studios really care about: a cynical cash grab. [Blu-ray]
Like too many horror franchises, a premise that was once scary has evolved into something campy and self-aware.
On a day at a car race, Nick has a premonition that there is a car crash and the stadium stands collapse. He saves his girlfriend and some other people in the audience. But death pursues them.
I have watched all the final destinations except the first one! Damn.
But I'd say the second one is better than this. First time I found a movie like this (sequel looks better than the beginning one).
Some of the worst CGI I have ever seen. Considering this film was made in 2009, there should be no excuse! There is nothing new here as far as the script goes, just the same ol same (everyone dies in a certain order). ZZZZZZ goodnight.
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