Final Destination 3


Action / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 43%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 57%
IMDb Rating 5.8 10 127101


Uploaded By: OTTO
June 01, 2012 at 03:05 AM



Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Wendy Christensen
Amanda Crew as Julie Christensen
Dustin Milligan as Marcus
Gina Holden as Carrie Dreyer
601.77 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 33 min
P/S 27 / 196

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by dictator_ship_degree 10 / 10

A short review of Final Destinaiton 3!

This movie is mainly about a senior named Wendy, which is played by Mary Winstead, who so happens to have a premonition that dealt with death while on the roller coaster. Through her premonition she managed to get some of the people off the roller coaster ride, but not her close friend and boyfriend. Kevin, played by the versatile actor Ryan Merriman, also a senior got off the roller coaster with Wendy and evaded their death. And so, death is such a cry baby and went off to get the people that were suppose to die in the order they sat on the roller coaster. Wendy and Kevin then set off to help and intervene with the lives of their fellow classmates and such so to prevent death from happening. Out of all the people that went off the roller coaster only three of them survived Wendy, Kevin, and Julie. Five months later they all met on a train ride and unfortunately, Wendy had another vision or premonition that they were going to have just got to watch Final Destination 3 instead.<3______;)

Reviewed by frusterboi 1 / 10

Dosent make sense

At the beginning when she had her first premonition Frankie dropped the camcorder which made the roller coaster wreck ...if he got off in real life how did the roller coaster wreck if you didn't drop the camcorder...?

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 7 / 10

A deadly ride

While it was not a great or perfect film (particularly in the dialogue, ending and some of the acting), the first 'Final Destination' was entertaining and effective (especially with its terrific opening plane sequence and the creative deaths) with a fascinating idea done well.

The bigger and bolder 'Final Destination 2' had its flaws but was just as good and perhaps the best of the four sequels. 'Final Destination 3' is just as big and bold, as well as gorier, and is also as good. Second sequels or third instalments of a franchise don't always fare well, especially in horror and comedy, 'Final Destination 3' is one of the better examples in a genre where sequels have a patchy history. The novelty has not yet worn off and in a way is more refined.

Sure, the story is more of the same and formulaic. Meanwhile, there is too much dull downtime between deaths where dialogue and exposition can be clumsy at times.

The special effects are not always brilliant and the characters are as shallow as ever.

However, 'Final Destination 3' is as atmospheric and stylish as its previous two films. The music has a haunting eeriness and James Wong does a more than competent job in the director's chair, showing a genuine understanding of the concept and the horror genre, breathing atmosphere, fun and freshness into a tried and tested formula and not losing what made his direction work in the first film.

Like the second, although there is a little too much of an over-reliance on gore, not all of it necessary, the death scenes are bolder, more elaborate and more creative (faring even better in this regard actually). The tanning bed and nail gun deaths were particularly good and two of the best and most imaginative of the series. The script has some wonderful humour that is black and ironic and has just as much tension and a sense of dread. The amusement park/roller-coaster scene is not as good as the opening scenes in the previous films, especially visually, but it's still very scary. The photo record is surprising and there is an intricacy in places.

'Final Destination 3' has the best ending perhaps of the series, to me it's the least contrived and more logical than the one in particularly the second film. In the acting stakes, it fares favourably too. Mary Elizabeth Winstead is very good.

Overall, a good deadly ride that's worth getting on board for, as long as one knows what to expect. 7/10 Bethany Cox

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