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Rated R for strong violent/gruesome accidents, language and a scene of sexuality.

R In Theaters 08/28/2009 , 82min.
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September 13, 2009
Djlcruze
The 3D was good, but still wasn't worth the price of admission. Even though the movie is rated R, The storyline might be enjoyed by a 13 to 16 yr old teenager. But most adults would think the movie was stupid and a waste of time.
September 13, 2009
Gjalmex
you must see it !!!!
September 13, 2009
Everyone192006
stop crying because you spent $10 on an awesome movie. I would have spent at least $30 on it. everyone i know that saw that movie said it was amazing.
September 13, 2009
Ohh Carlos
To sum it up in one word, this movie was awful. The only thing that i could compliment this movie on would be the 3-d effects. I feel bad for all the actors who played in this, because their roles were all rediculous. I think the movie was poorly directed and would recommend no one to spend a single cent on watching this movie
September 12, 2009
drakeypoo13
Terrible movie! Exact replica of all the other Final Destination movies. There is absolutely not one original aspect to the plot and the movie is amazingly short; I felt like I had just sat down and it was over. Do not waste your money on this ********* is nothing more then a gimmick which uses 3d as a tool to pull in an audience.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
With an array of gory mayhem only marginally enhanced by 3-D and a plot as developed as a text message, The Final Destination may finally sound the death knell for New Line's near-immortal horror franchise. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
If you like your gore hardcore, you'll want to head straight for "Halloween II." But if you're happy to ease around a slightly smaller track, look no further. Full Review
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times
Though this latest entry has an OK sense of humor, moves swiftly enough and sports an effective opening sequence of racetrack destruction that puts its Fusion 3-D technology to good use, it mostly comes off as a particularly flimsy excuse to string together a bunch of gory killings. Full Review
Jeannette Catsoulis
The New York Times
There used to be entertainment in the dodging and wit in the scripts; now there's 3-D. Full Review
Jordan Mintzer
Variety
With an array of gory mayhem only marginally enhanced by 3-D and a plot as developed as a text message, The Final Destination may finally sound the death knell for New Line's near-immortal horror franchise. Full Review

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