Garbage Horror at its finest. The FINAL DESTINATION series has become a joke of itself, so one can only hope that the title sticks. This entry easily possesses the worst writing and most basic dialogue out of any of the films, and it hardly carries the audience between each of the deaths. Being a date movie does not relieve the filmmakers of the burden of plot and structure, but apparently all of these basic elements have been scrapped in place of the gimmicky 3-D FX. The deaths themselves are so far-fetched and implausible even they become a chore, but what is worse is the ridiculous amount of time that is wasted in setting up false scares and anticipation. These cheap tactics are used to pad the already thin run time, and even with the extended red herrings, the film only strikes a pathetic hour and fifteen minutes. At least the second film attempted to build upon the first and the third film dropped all seriousness in place of a ridiculous amount of gore; the fourth entry feels like a near-remake of the original, and entirely lacks creativity. For mindless gore, there are a few cheap thrills, but this is the bottom of the barrel for the series.
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