Answer Why was Hell made? Answer Is there anyone in Hell today? Answer Will there literally be a burning fire in Hell? Answer What should you be willing to do to stay out of Hell? Answer How can a God of love send anybody to Hell? Answer Are you good enough to get to Heaven?
Answer How good is good enough? Are YOU part of the problem? In , director James Wong brought to life an interesting concept about the timing of death. He and several others are ejected from the plane, which saves his life, as the vision became a reality.
They would soon learn that Death has a plan, and each of the survivors dies in the order they would have if they had remained on the plane. Director David Ellis who also directed the second installment concludes the series with the action resulting from a deadly car race. The lack of seasoning and experience shows; the acting is mediocre, at best.
Fans of the series will find the usual fare—a premonition of doom, a few people escape—at least temporarily—and through a series of random and unexplainable events, the survivors do not survive. The thrill is definitely gone from this thriller, except for the addition of Real 3-D technology. This film was made for 3D; the ghastly randomness of the death sequences is heightened by the coolness of cinematography. Most Christian audiences will find this film objectionable; it is incredibly violent and gory, there is some bad language, and one nude sex scene which was absolutely unnecessary to the overall film come on Hollywood!
Answer Are you going to Heaven? Are you SURE you know the answer this extremely important question? Or have you made some common wrong assumptions?
Positive none Neutral Neutral—This is gonna be a tricky one to review. The rating, the movie poster or even the fact there is three other movies to watch before should show you this is not a godly movie. I often wonder if people see these movies just to complain. Making it at times seem silly. Another thing is there was one sex scene. At least in the last movies the nude scene was part of the movies flow. And frankly we know they add these scenes now to attract more people.
Violence wise, its Final Destination. Not the death is funny mind you, but I know its a movie. I know a lot of people tend to hear more then they actually hear in movies. He gets whats coming. In the end the movie is not as good as the past movies in some ways. Christian wise the movie is not for most.
The movie is about one thing and one thing only… death. And, yes, I admit I have seen every movie. We all have a cross to bare. You can make comments about their review, but do not say anything about that person. Now, for my take on the movie. If you do not like gore, then I would definitely stay away from it. There was one sex scene in it, and it reminded me of how dumb Hollywood is getting nowadays. Still not all that appropriate though. As for language, very few and far between.
They had some, but the movie is very tame on it. Having said that, I did find the movie entertaining. I liked how this movie reinforces the fact that you do not know when you are gonna die. It can happen at anytime and in anyway. If your mature in your faith, you will not feel impacted at the end of the film. The first movie was ok. Not a bad concept by any stretch of the imagination. Invisible killer lurking around since the beginning of mankind.
Only he likes to drop by unannounced in rather creative ways, especially after being stood up at the tea party. And imho, the second installment is still by far the best. Aside from the obvious reason— Ali Larter —it has one of the finest crash sequences ever portrayed on screen. Never bothered to watch it. I also appreciate the inordinate detail put into constructing all these zany shots.
The Final D on the other hand is non-stop. One big excuse to watch people die and have stuff launched at the audience. Like the Saw franchise, sequels can stretch as far as their box office returns allow. There was one point in the movie—a totally unneccessary scene of nudity and sexual content. I had checked the reviews and rating beforehand, but it never once said anything about the sex scene.
I was mortified to know there were parents with many young children in the theater watching this movie. As a christian this movie more for this scene than for its premise offended me. If you go watch this movie for its entertainment value take it as such fine but read more into it is not good. This is why I gave it 3 and a half stars. I am not one to tell you to not go see this movie. Its totally up to you…. The 3d is truly worth it! If u decide to see the movie, enjoy the ride!