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The Final Destination 3D (2009)
Director: David R. Ellis

review by Sandra Scholes

In the usual way, a kid has a premonition of actually being at a major event in his life, along with his friends, of an accident that will happen for real only minutes later. This time, the kid is Nick O'Bannon (Bobby Campo) who is at the racetrack with his friends and watches each sequence of events occur that trigger off the impending accident. This time as it is presumably the last of the movies, it is supposedly impossible for these kids to get out of this paradox alive, or can they?

In The Final Destination 3D the really wonderful thing about it is the fact its transition into 3D makes it an excellent piece of viewing pleasure. If the viewer thought it was perfect to watch at the local cinema in its original form then in 3D it adds that extra something, that punch that is needed to truly make them jump out of their seats.

The 3D brings the premonition part to life in a way that the ordinary version does not, and it is guaranteed that if the viewer isn't jumpy at the beginning of the movie then they will for sure at the end when the story is fully played out, and all the pieces knit together. The sight of popping tyres, dodgy swimming pools, trouble-causing rocks and dangerous lawnmowers are enough to send anyone under the covers watching this as the gore and accidents come thick and fast in this DVD.

Extras on this edition consist of the fact the DVD release has both 2D and 3D movies, so the viewer can see the difference in quality, plus several well-done deleted scenes of other random killings that were cut due to repetitiveness.

The Final Destination 3D



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