The Final Destination is the fourth film of the series. Four friends are out watching a NASCAR race when one of them Nick (Bobby Campo) has a vision of a horrific crash that will kill himself, his friends and scores of others. Terrified and very frightened he persuades his friends to leave. But during his leaving he accidentally causes a ruckus and nearly gets into a fight with a couple of guys. They chases them out of the racetrack and they nearly duke it out until the crash happens. Realizing that he and his friends have just cheated death Nick and his friends decide to be thankful for being alive but a little guilty as well. A few days later, Nick starts to have those visions again of death and realizes that just because they have cheated death once doesn't mean that it wont stop them from eventually being claimed by it. One by one those that have survived the crash are being killed off in freakish and horrific accidents. Can Nick break the chain or will he and his friends die as they were meant to be.
A very paint-by-the-numbers sequel. If it wasn't for the 3-D i would have gave the film a lower score. I think that it's time to put this series to bed. The death scenes and situations are very contrived to say the least. It was a good ride whilst it lasted and I think the producers should make this film The FINAL Destination.
WARNING: SPOILER ALERTS! But if I'm actually spoiling much you weren't much for Final Destination anyway. Sometimes you just have to go and see bad movies for the sake of them being bad. Final Destination... like a lot of movie series is one that gets tired after a while. The first one was unique, it had something different about it that was amusing. It was hard not to come away from the first Final Destination without thinking that at the … more