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City of Your Final Destination

Rated PG-13 for a brief sexual situation with partial nudity.

PG-13 In Theaters 04/16/2010 , 114min.
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Viewer Score
23%
Viewer score based on 40 ratings
52%
Critic score based on 19 reviews

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September 17, 2011
mjzasselta
A wonderful movie; lovely to watch. And, no violence, harsh language. Anthony Hopkins once again gives depth to the story while not overtaking other characters. See it !
August 28, 2009
DrPres73
HERE I AM AGAIN WISHING AND PRAYING FOR THE RELEASE OF THIS GREAT ADAPTION JAMES IVORY IS MY FAVOURITE AND WELL RUTH AND ISMAIL WHAT MORE CAN ONE SAY EXCEPT PLEASR GET YOOUR FILM IN TO THE PUBLIC S HANDS BEFORE IT S TOO LATE FOR BOTH OF US TO HELL WITH HOPKINS THAT MONEY HUNGRY BASTARD I AM SURE YOU PAID HIM WAITING IN THE BURBS OF NJ AND PA ALL THE BEST FRANK PRESUTTI
June 06, 2008
DrPres73
I DON T WANT TO DIE OF OLD AGE WAITING FOR A FIRM RELEASE DATE OF THIS GREAT FILM WHEN ? I ASK YOU WHEN ? FORGET THE HOPKINS THING I HAVE WHEN WILL I BE ABLE TO SEE THIS MASTERPIECE WITH THAT MONEY HUNGRY HOPKINS ?? I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IT BE FORE THE RAVAGES OF THE MODERN PLAGUE SET IN ALL THE BEST FRANK PRESUTTI

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Languid, multi-accented adaptation of the contempo novel by Peter Cameron suffers from an unfocused screenplay and direction. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
From the start, we can see where this is headed: a big fat power struggle, with Omar at the eye of the storm. But the storm is more of a drizzle than an apocalyptic downpour, just one snippy conversation after another in languorous settings. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Filled with unrealized possibilities and fraught with flaws, Final Destination seems destined to be little more than a footnote in the anthology of extraordinary films to come out of the long creative collaboration between producer Merchant, director James Ivory and screenwriter Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Full Review
Boyd Van Hoeij
Variety
Languid, multi-accented adaptation of the contempo novel by Peter Cameron suffers from an unfocused screenplay and direction. Full Review
Deborah Young
The Hollywood Reporter
Its appeal naturally will be to book-reading audiences who appreciate films with well-written dialogue, a tony cast, lush visuals and the triumph of civilized values. Full Review

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