It's probably not the end, although the cliched plot and characters couldn't be thinner and the actors couldn't be prettier or more wooden. While at the racetrack, Nick (Campo) has a horrible premonition of cars crashing, the stands collapsing, and his friends dying. He persuades them to leave just in time, which makes Death very unhappy, and soon the survivors are getting killed off in very gruesome ways, including decapitation, impalement, and mutilation. The killings get boring and the 3D effects generally just highlight blood and organs spewing at the audience.
Even the gimmick of 3D can't save the fourth (and easily worst) Final Destination film from the trash heap of cinema Hollywood usually produces this time of year, a dark period when studios dump the films that weren’t quite big enough for the summer and aren’t quite good enough for ...Read More