Final Destination is an excellent thriller with shockers and twists here and there which keep horrifying you.
Alex Browning (Devon Sawa) is portrayed as an average high-school student when in completely opposite. He gets visions about the future happenings. His first vision is that the airplane he and his French class mates are going to board is going to blow up. He insists on getting off the plane but class jock Carter (Kerr Smith) starts fighting with Alex. This right away gets them escorted off the plane. Soon after one more fight between Alex and Carter, all of them witness the blast of the plane and consequently are traumatized into silence.
The villain of this movie is death itself. And the final destination of the villain is to kill every one of them and leave no survivor.
One exceptional part in this movie is the great profundity of the death scenes. They were much more detailed and unusual than other teen horror films that merely spurt blood. Some drawbacks with this film are that the actors portraying 17-year-olds don’t seem to be realistic; as they look older and quite perfect as compared to messy teens.
The superior thing about this film is the illustrative intellect of director James Wong. He knows where to place in a fright or death scene when the viewers least imagine it. However, the ending could have been much better.
This movie is more of a theatre flick because the fright scenes and horror works better in the dark and on the big screen than back home. So take this chance and get scared, it’s worth your bucks. If you have enjoyed watching the previous parts, this part won’t let you down for sure. So quickly buy your tickets and watch this frightful thriller which is a total paisa vasool movie!