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Final Destination 3 (2006)

Cast: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Ryan Merriman, more...
Director: James Wong, James Wong
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Studio: New Line Home Video
Genre: Horror, Supernatural/Occult
Running Time: 93 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish

Death once again shows he's determined to get what he wants in this teen-centric thriller. Wendy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is a high school student hanging out with her friends at an amusement park one night when they decide to ride on the roller coaster. Wendy, however, has a premonition that something horrible will happen, and finds a way to save herself shortly before the ride goes off the rails, killing most of its passengers, including her boyfriend, Jason (Jesse Moss), and best friend, Carrie (Gina Holden). However, while Wendy may have survived the night at the park, she soon discovers that a malevolent spirit is following her and her classmates as they begin dying in strange and horrible ways. Wendy learns that a series of snapshots taken that evening give clues to the mayhem that followed her pals, and she teams up with Kevin (Ryan Merriman), Carrie's sweetheart, to try to warn the potential victims about the fates soon to befall them. Final Destination 3 was directed and co-scripted by James Wong, who also helmed the first two films in the franchise. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Death Becomes Them by talltale July 14, 2006 - 12:59 PM PDT
A fine beginning (creepy, full of dread) and a middling middle pave the way for a tired finale in FINAL DESTINATION 3, which I hope will be the final chapter in this series of undeniably clever combinations of Rube Goldberg and slasher movie. Several of the deaths here are wonderfully baroque and howlingly funny (well, for those of us who cotton to this kind of humor), although the tanning salon scene is pretty grizzly and over-extended. The young cast goes through its paces energetically, creating rounded characters (even though we know they ain't long for this world). Still, at a mere 80 minutes (plus endless credits), #3 still seems a tad too lengthy and a fairly distant third in a series of which #2 was best and #1 a close second.

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