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August 26, 2010
this was the best one.it was very exciting.and you have a loooooooooong ********!
July 12, 2009
When we lose faith in the slashers and monsters, we can still always rely on the beauty of the Final Destination films. Very unique and twisted.
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The third installment lacks the novelty of the first, the panache of the second and the twisted sense of humor that gives the series its participatory sense of fun. Full Review
Fortunately for us, they number these Final Destination scarefests. Otherwise, it would be impossible to tell them apart. Full Review
With a premise as cavalier as this, perhaps director and co-writer James Wong could have found a tone more original than post-Wes Craven cynicism. Instead, he panders to viewers, allowing them to take gleeful comfort in the destruction of the stupid and doomed. Full Review
With each new outing, the Final Destination movies are getting better. Full Review
In the story's one major stroke of invention, the usual premonitions of death have been replaced with a set of photos. Full Review