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Final Destination 3 = The Worst Sequel Ever

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The deaths SUCKED. No Cameos by Kimberly or Officer Burke from Final Destination 2 (while at the end they live we still don't know if they are even alive. You would think after Clear came back for Final Destination 2 they would be back for this) Most of the Cast Members were annoying as crap. I thought this was going to be at least decent because the guy who made the first one came back for this but it was crap, crap, crap :down:down:down
 
worst sequel ever? aren't you forgetting something?

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You actually had to go see it to know it was horrible? Seriously dude, save your money.
 
That-Guy said:
You actually had to go see it to know it was horrible? Seriously dude, save your money.

As I said I enjoyed the First One & since the Original Director did this Movie I thought it might be okay & who said I paid to see it or I was the one that paid to begin with :confused:
 
What were you expecting? Anyway I thought it was awesome... It's pretty much more of the same of FD 1 and 2, I was entertained.
 
I liked it... more than the 1st I'd have to say.. That may change if I ever saw it again, I dunno. 2nd is probably my fave of the trilogy though.
 
One thing I noticed about the 3rd one and someone may be able to correct me here 'cos I'm not 100% sure of this but...

That Franky G dude, with the camera, in her vision of the accident his videocamera gets stuck to the track and when the kart runs over it the sparks from it cause the oil tank (whatever it is) underneat the kart to explode which is what causes the accident...

So if this guy doesn't get on in the real event, shouldn't the accident not have happened? :confused:
 
Vapor said:
So if this guy doesn't get on in the real event, shouldn't the accident not have happened? :confused:

Good point & I found it weird that how she ended up taking Pictures during the entire Accitdent in the Preminition they were there in the Camera when things came back to reality :confused:

That had to be the weirdest part
 
No, I disagree totally. I enjoyed the very much and IMO it is FAR from the worst sequel ever. There are many much worse sequels,

To name a few...

Troll 2
Jursassic Park III
Batman & Robin
Deuce Bigalow: European Gigalo
Leprechaun: Back 2 Da' Hood
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Jaws 3
Jaws: The Revenge
Childs Play 3
 
Of all Final Destination movies, Final Destination 3 was the best.Even though we watch those movies for the gore, I have to give them credit of actually trying to make a better story this time and getting more of a horror feel which the last two failed to do imo
 
Sentinel_08 said:
Of all Final Destination movies, Final Destination 3 was the best.Even though we watch those movies for the gore, I have to give them credit of actually trying to make a better story this time and getting more of a horror feel which the last to failed to do imo

^I hope FD-3 is one of the best,can't wait to see it.
 
i liked it.i thought the deaths where all right and the ending was diffrerent i'll say that.
 
Deaths sucked....have you seen the first one? Which had far less innovative/cool deaths than this one.

I thought this was better than 1, but not as good as 2.

The first film tried too hard to be dark, but didn't go far enough to achieve it and threw in stupid crap that didn't fit in with the attempted tone like Sean William Scott's goofy comedy routine.

3 had way better deaths, the supporting characters were irritating as hell, but I cared about the leads, and
I give them credit for having the balls to kill off the main characters, where the first film pulled back, to a fault.

I give FD2 the most credit, because it didn't even try to be dark. It aimed to be a fun romp, which fits this franchise best, and it had the most innovative death scene choreography and best gore of the 3.
 
They should have never made the sequels. The first one was good because it was something different imho :o
 
I thought the first one had potential, I just didn't care much for the execution.
 
Dnsk said:
As I said I enjoyed the First One & since the Original Director did this Movie I thought it might be okay & who said I paid to see it or I was the one that paid to begin with :confused:


Fair enough, but whoever paid for it... even if it was free... obviously paid too much. Hell, I sat through the worst movie ever made - xXx: State of the Union - because my old man borrowed it from a friend and wanted someone to watch it with, and I still wanted to write to the producers of the movie and demand they compensate me for 2 hours of my life.
 
Dnsk said:
This Movie made that look good

Are you saying you LIKED "Batman & Robin"?

I'm gonna bloody faint! HOW DARE YOU TO SAY SUCHA THING, INFIDEL!





(by the way, all of that was sarcasm)
 
I'm case you didn't notice, I'm actually spoofing a reply I got from an earlier thread, when I said "Batman Begins" make "Batman & Robin" look good.

I meant the same thing you meant, but the guys here took it as "I LIKE "BATMAN & ROBIN!".
 
Worst sequel ever?

I really enjoyed Final Destination 3. I thought the deaths were really good, not one of the cliche ones. Most of them made me jump out of my seat more than the first two movies. Worst sequel ever? Disagreed.
 

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