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Don't Go To The Track!!

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The fourth and latest in the series of the Final Destinations, where another person with the ability to sneak peek into the action and devastation which will occur in the near future and claim the lives of him and his friends avoids the tragedy and lives to see another day.... but how many more days will he and his friends see? Director David R. Ellis returns from his role (in directing the second film) to bring Nick O'Bannon's character forth as the main person who witnesses violent deaths; not only to the many people who had died in the raceway arena on that awful afternoon, but to the people who were supposed to die in that accident as well after the event took place. This chapter fits very well into the film series, and is worth seeing in 3D; alot of steel and other metals pop through organs and skin and come RIGHT AT YOU!! The deaths were all set up nicely, a couple having the few scares before it actually happens; kind of what the viewer would like to happen, but doesn't. The entire saloon scene will keep you with your eyes open, fearing to blink and miss a second of what "could" happen.

Lori: Janet we have to go!
Janet: No you guys are nuts! I was meant to see this movie!

7/10
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Added by pamela voorhees 5 years ago
on 29 August 2009 16:12

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Posted: 5 years ago at Aug 31 22:56
I was hoping the movie would be a bit better, but I totally agree. On a big screen in 3D is the ONLY way to see TFD. I was blown away by the 3D effects (much better than My Bloody Valentine) and the deaths were extremely creative. But am I the only one that got the strange feeling that New Line doesn't really know where to take this series anymore?

Great review, by the way.
Posted: 5 years ago at Aug 31 22:56
I was hoping the movie would be a bit better, but I totally agree. On a big screen in 3D is the ONLY way to see TFD. I was blown away by the 3D effects (much better than My Bloody Valentine) and the deaths were extremely creative. But am I the only one that got the strange feeling that New Line doesn't really know where to take this series anymore?

Great review, by the way.
Posted: 5 years ago at Sep 10 9:38
I have watched the film but not completely, nothing new it's like the same final destination 1-3 which is about killing and escaping from death.

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