When the racist guy and the mother die in mysterious and creepy incidents, Nick and Lori research and find many similar cases in Internet. Then, Samantha Lane Krista Allen and her children go to a salon. He dives into the pool to retrive it, but becomes sucked onto the drain, which then violently sucks his organs out of his body. Big suit number two has the genius notion that 3D is again taking off so why not utilise that option too. Only saving graces are two decent performances Williamson and Allen , two good scenes the car wash and opening credits and the eerie music score. The second and third films were hardly original, but had scenes and deaths that were scary and fun and looked like they were made on a professional level. Synopsis While watching a car race at McKinley Speedway, Nick O'Bannon has a premonition of a car crash that will result in many casualties, including several people that are in the audience.
They try to lure The Reaper to break the chain of deadly events and survive, but destiny does not help them. A security guard named George Lanter, along with a racist named Carter, a mother and her two sons, and several other people follow Nick out. The special effects was much better than the previous film and not so silly and stupid as they sometimes where in the third one. The director wisely showcases her beauty in a tasteful scene, which none of the previous movies managed to accomplish. Nick has a premonition of several casualties in a car crash at a car racing event. Only the suspenseful car wash scene and the pretty ingenious opening credits work.
The film is also too short and too rushed in places, the opening scene did nothing for me and the ending is the most illogical and stupidest of the series. I'd do agree some death scenes look fake but I'd think some are real like the second death when he was dragged down the street on fire. And that's pretty much all that it took, with the end result being a movie that is very self aware of its roots, but still plays out as the runt of the Final Destination litter. Nick O' Bannon Bobby Campo is at the McKinley Speedway watching a race with his friends Hunt Wynorski Nick Zano , Janet Cunningham Haley Webb and his girlfriend Lori Milligan Shantel VanSanten. After a few weeks, the survivors go to the memorial of the crash. I like how they use the race track like it look cool who they crash but one part I'm going to rant about that one death scene in the premonition where this guy name Andy fall and get palled by a 1 inch piece of wood with a sharp end like that look fake like really fake.
It is hard to connect with the content when the characterisation, writing and acting are not up to par. It might have the same theme as the first four movies, but unlike the first four, it's on a much higher scale. Haley Webb and Krista Allen are also on hand in the feminine department. Apart from Williamson and Krista Allen, the acting is poor. As Nick increasingly worries of himself because of his abilities to have premonitions and reading signs, compels him and Lori to do research to understand them. Other than these factors they're all basically the same.
Shortly after they leave, Nick's premonition comes true. Shortly after they leave, Nick's premonition comes true. When survivors start dying, Nick, his friends, and George must try to find the remaining survivors and save them from Death before it is too late. I'd love to gave a film a perfect ten but my opinion changed so I gave it an 8 out of ten. The previous 'Final Destination' films had some black or ironic humour and some tension, 'The Final Destination' has neither, which makes the dull down-time between the deaths, silliness and contrivances far less forgivable, on top of the lack of character development and scares. After a few accidents including a faulty chair and a can of hair spray exploding when heated by straightening irons, Samantha leaves, but her children don't move. Nick convinces his girlfriend Lori, along with his friends Hunt and Janet to leave.
First off,this movie was way, and I mean , way better then the last two movies were. I recommend you see this movie. I liked the ending as well. Everything else however contributes towards a disappointing mess of a film. Big suit number one puts forward that they obviously need more inventive mouse trap like deaths. The film looks cheap too, especially in the special effects which are laughably amateurish and the less than slick editing.
A security guard named George Lanter, along with a racist named Carter, a mother and her two sons, and several other people follow Nick out. Classical horror movie style ending and really cool touch with those x-ray shots. While he is able to convince his friends to stay away from the event, two people die under mysterious circumstances. Carter Daniels Justin Welborn , a racist, goes to George Lanter Mykelti Williamson , a fellow survivor, to burn a cross in front of his home, but is burned alive while being dragged by his tow truck. Nick has a premonition of the cars crashing and debris flies into the stands, killing all of his friends and others in the 180 section of the stadium.
They discover that there were people, like Nick, who each had premonition of a disaster and saved themselves and others who were with them, but died shortly afterward after a series of improbable accidents including the events of the last three films and some claimed that an unseen personification of Death was aftering them before they died. I like the movie but they need improvement, the third one is the best Final Destination film, and I'd like the opening scene it looks pretty cool. This installment was a lot better than the third one. Before this, Nick saw a sign Clear Rivers Water, which indicated how Hunt and Janet would have died, from water with the name Clear Rivers being an obvious reference to Ali Larter's character in the first Final Destination film. Ellis returns from the second film and what made his direction work there doesn't come through here.