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Final Destination 2

Final Destination 2

Genders: Horror, Mystery

Director: David R. Ellis

Writer: J. Mackye Gruber, Eric Bress

Actors: A.J. Cook, Ali Larter, Tony Todd, Michael Landes

Year: 2003
Run time: 1h 30min
IMDB score: 6.2
Updated: 2 years ago

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Movie name: Final Destination 2

Genders: Horror, Mystery

Imdb Score: 6.2

Runtime: 1h 30min

Released: 31 Jan 2003

Director: David R. Ellis

Writer: J. Mackye Gruber, Eric Bress

Actors: A.J. Cook, Ali Larter, Tony Todd, Michael Landes

Box Office: $46.5M

Company: New Line Cinema

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Review

Creepier, gorier and better put together than the first

7/10 I was apprehensive when I didn't Devon Sawa in the credits or this movie, but then again, this film didn't really need him. This wasn't a sequel in the purest sense, but the film makers created methods to link all of the new characters to the old ones, creating a flow which wasn't too jarring. Unfortunately, the dialogue was the only real stinker in this film. The pretentiousness, the obviousness and the downright hokiness that came out of the mouths of the characters really detracted from the tension, turning their performances into a bunch of acting class rejects. But I digress. The only thing people are looking for is how Death will get the new set of escape artists. The sheer surprise and execution of the executions made me jump and crawl. In such a desensitized world we live in, being able to jump out of my seat means this film is a winner.

4 years ago

Very entertaining and better than the original

6/10 Final Destination 2 is a very entertaining sequel and while the story is weaker then the first, the deaths are better. Kimberly (A.J. Cook) is a normal teen who is taking a road trip to Daytona with her 3 friends. She has a vision of a horrific traffic accident and so she blocks some of the cars from entering the highway. Sure enough they vision comes true and they have all just escaped death. Kim visits Clear Rivers (Ali Larter), the only survivor of Flight 180 who is convinced to help out the survivors of Route 23. Alex, who died between films, had been hit in the head with a falling brick. Kim, Clear and other strangers that are left must try to stick together and cheat Death again. The plot may sound stupid but its actually not all that bad. The story may not make sense at some scenes and the story is filled with holes. Its hard though to write a good story for something like this and I think they gave a good effort. The first film was very good and a lot of fun to watch. The sequel is even more fun to watch, even if it does get silly at times. Its better to watch the original before watching this so it would be easier to follow the story. Most horror films today are to silly to take serious and that's why you shouldn't really approach this one expecting an Oscar quality film. The acting was decent with the best being Ali Larter. She and Tony Todd are the only stars returning from the original film. A.J. Cook plays Kimberly and she does an okay job. The rest of the cast are mostly unknowns and aren't worth mentioning. David R. Ellis directs and he does really good job. He also directed the fast paced and exciting Cellular. The film is very gory and also very fun. Final Destination 2 was very creative when it came to killing off the characters. A couple of the death scenes do go over the top though the film delivers the goods for the most part. The film is only 90 minutes long so it's a quick film to watch. The movie also never gets boring as its always entertaining. I wouldn't say the film is to scary but there are some moments that may leave with fear. In the end, this is a very good sequel, that's better then the original and worth checking out. I just hope Final Destination 3 is just as good or even better then this film. Rating 7.8/10, check this film out as its very entertaining.

4 years ago

Shock Value -- 7 (Good Flick)

7/10 You know that feeling you get when you're watching America's Funniest
Home Videos and the oblivious son hits his hapless father in the crotch
with an aluminum bat? It gets a quick reaction, like, ooh, I feel your
pain man.

FINAL DESTINATION 2 is a 90 minute or so string of those painful shots,
as each character one by one meets an unfortunate death by household
appliance. Bodies are slammed by trucks, heads are impaled, and limbs
fly through the air. When one of the characters dies when her car's
airbag explodes out of nowhere, I blurted "Yeah! Wow, did they do
that??? Yeah, they DID do that. Right on!"

Although the film has a very serious atmosphere about it, what with the
creepy score and people sincerely freaking out and everything, it still
retains a campy humor about it buried beneath its high-budget exterior.
Many movies would shy away from smashing up plastic ketchup-filled
dummies, opting instead to avoid the gore. Not FINAL DESTINATION 2!
This movie is an honest approach to movie-making, hearkening back to
the day when you got together with friends and said, "Okay, in this
scene we cut to the dummy falling off the building, it's run over by a
Mack truck, and it splatters chunks of blood all over that Oldsmobile
over there."

As for the premise behind FINAL DESTINATION 2, how do I put it into
words? A.J. Cook has premonitions that people died in a nasty pileup on
the highway. Thing is, this never happened. And ... she continues to
have premonitions that those same people will die in due time. Those
people eventually die. Did I get that right? The universal law of
nature is that, well, Death sometimes misses its mark and has to fix
its mistakes (which usually involves electrical equipment getting wet
and other freak accidents of home improvement). If this all sounds
convoluted, watch the movie. You'll see what I mean.

The premise of FINAL DESTINATION 2, as much potential as it might have,
doesn't make much sense and is pretty hokey, but if you medicate your
inquisitive mind with heavy sedatives, you'll be able to look past the
flimsy premise and enjoy the movie. I'm definitely looking forward to a
Final Destination 3.

4 years ago

Poorly Written And Not Very Scary Teens-In-Peril Horror Yarn

4/10 A teenage girl has a premonition of a horrific traffic accident and blocks an entry road with her car. The accident happens, but all the people she prevented from entering the road, including herself, seem cursed to die to by violent freak accidents.

This is a very stupid movie whose only purpose is to set the characters up to get smooshed in bizarre and icky circumstances. We have people impaled in the head by ladders, beheaded by elevators, blown up at barbecues, sliced up by netting, and so on. Call me old-fashioned, but I like a movie to have a plot and characters I can get interested in. The cast of catalogue-models are uniformly wooden, except for the ever-reliable Todd, who provides a few minutes' sinister grace. The digital effects for the short-and-sudden deaths are quite imaginative but not really very interesting or plausible - people just liquefy into computer goo and they're over in about ten frames. I much prefer the good old prosthetic latex approach, which is gorier and more realistic (see Scanners, The Fury, Day Of The Dead, Robocop, etc). There is a nice score by Shirley Walker which creates some suspense, the opening highway pile-up has some great stuntwork and most of the characters have horror-film director names. However, this indicates the golden rule of film-making - if what's on the page is lame, the movie will always be a turkey.

4 years ago

Horror makes way for humour and gore

5/10 Final Destination was a decent film. Original idea, pretty suspenseful directing, and some death scenes that while inventive, were creepy to boot.

This time around, with a new director and a new approach, we get a very different film. The first movie was a horror - this is'nt. In fact its not even a thriller, its basically a load of silly dialogue acted out badly by very silly actors, with some dead people in-between.

The thing is, that doesn't make the movie all that bad - The deaths and the gore are the pay-offs, and great care has been taken to ensure that all of them would get a great reaction from a packed cinema theatre.

The car pile up at the start is bone crunchingly violent, with buckets of blood being splattered everywhere - and its very entertaining stuff.

Various methods have been used here for the subsequent death scenes (CG, green screens, puppets, models) but it all cuts together very well, and most of the deaths would have your average cinema audience whooping with crimson tainted delight...

The impressive trickery used in killing off each character, intertwining supsense and surprise, is so effective, that many people will come away from this film forgetting that there wasn't actually anything else good about it - apart from the eye candy of course.

Worth a watch - you'll recoil in disgust and laugh more than you would watching most movies of this genre. try to catch it before you die.

4 years ago