Final Destination Movie Summary:
A young man is in a car racing and has a premonition of a terrifying car crashing that kills him and some of is friends.
When he awakes he tries to avoid that particularly place, with his friends, but then he realize that something is not right, some of his friends start to die and discovers that is not the first time this happens.
Final Destination best reviews:
“Too many digital effects ruin the spell of a tactile world of evil objects scheming your demise. But even a mediocre FD is better than more Jigsaw.”
Time Out New York by Joshua Rothkopf -- Read Full Review
“It’s no exaggeration to say that the actors have less personality than the pipes, nail guns, grinding gears, decaying beams, and slowly spreading oil spills that are fused, with a kind of empty-dread technical precision, into Rube Goldberg torture devices.”
Entertainment Weekly by Owen Gleiberman -- Read Full Review
Final Destination worst reviews:
“As mesmerizing as watching bread toast. Death, be not proud, indeed.”
Austin Chronicle by Marc Savlov -- Read Full Review
“The writers don’t write, the director doesn’t really direct, and the actors don’t exactly act. They wait for the movie’s contraptions to impale them.”
Boston Globe by Wesley Morris -- Read Full Review