Final Destination 6 Myegy
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There were two reasons for why I decided to sit down and watch "The Final Wish". The first reason being solely that it is a horror movie, as I am a huge fan of the horror genre. And the second was that it had Lin Shaye on the cast list.I had no expectations to the movie, so director Timothy Woodward Jr. had a clean slate to use for impressing me. However, it turned out that the storyline and plot for "The Final Wish" was subpar and less than mediocre, actually. The movie just seemed to run on autopilot and offered nothing new to the horror genre. Plus, the storyline was so predictable that you knew what happened well before it would transpire on the screen.It should be said that the acting in the movie was adequate, despite the fact that the performers had very little to work with in terms of script, plot and characters.I terms of it being a horror movie, then "The Final Wish" was frightfully devoid of anything even remotely scary or spooky. And when the big reveal was unveiled, it was just a shrug on the shoulder, because I had smelled it coming a mile away.Did the movie had potential that wasn't utilized or exploited? No. Everything was put to use in the movie, just a shame that it was a bland experience and final product.If you enjoy horror movies, then you should probably invest your time, money and effort in something else, because "The Final Wish" is a less than mediocre foray into the genre, offering nothing new or innovative.
Sam Lawton (Nicholas D'Agosto) is going to his brother's wedding but his girlfriend Molly Harper (Emma Bell) cancels and breaks up. He is wrestling with a job offer in Paris. His friend boss Peter Friedkin (Miles Fisher) is trying to hide a relationship with intern Candice Hooper (Ellen Wroe). Olivia Castle (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) is a bitch. Isaac Palmer (P.J. Byrne) is a talkative womanizer. Nathan (Arlen Escarpeta) is pushed by union rep Roy and Dennis (David Koechner) is the big boss. The group is going to a business team-building retreat. The bridge collapses and most of them die. It turns out to be a dream and Sam is able to save 8 of the group. However death has different designs. Agent Jim Block (Courtney B. Vance) investigates but he doesn't believe Sam's explanation. Coroner William Bludworth (Tony Todd) warns them and gives them a possible solution.The opening bridge death dream sequence is great and a vast improvement over the previous racetrack sequence in 4. The CG looks much better this time around. The set pieces look realistic except maybe for the final kills. After the save, the individual kills are nothing new to the franchise. The laser eye surgery is a nice kill. There is something about being close to the eye that is truly creepy. Also the final twist is nicely constructed. And who doesn't love a kill montage. 2b1af7f3a8