Another Friday night and another movie session at cinema hall…Meeting my husband after office and having a delicious dinner at a smart restaurant with a lively ambiance, we decided to see one of the new releases, and i was given the luxury to choose the movie. Among all those romantic comedies or lovely cartoons, i again and once again, selected a horror/thriller movie (Final Destination 4) as it was in 3D only and i am 3D-addicted for a quite while 😀
I had seen the first three series of it and i had liked it although it put me under its negative affect for some days. But having at least some idea of what it was like, i thought i wouldn’t be scared or tensed this time…but i was wrong! In the beginning everything was under control but after the chain of some unfortunate events where the people are killed one by one in a disastrous manner, my mind really gave up defending itself, my heartbeats got accelarated and my blood stopped flowing in my veins. Yes! I’m one of those people who insistantly watch horror/thriller movies although they find themselves quite freaked out in the end 😡
Leaving the scared/freaked out state of mine aside, if we are to talk about the movie itself, i can say this was not the best of the series. I remember i had enjoyed the previous ones better and more. In this one something was missing like a wit or the use of creativity. Again a group of beautiful girls and handsome guys were trying to escape from the hands of death even while feelings its breath on their faces…They were again killed in the most disgusting, weird, inventive or imaginative ways. But it was more like a series of accidents rather than some connected chain of events under the frame of a strongly penned-down script.
Did i like the movie? Yes, surely i liked it even to rate the movie as 4/5, not because of its subject-matter or the majestic act of the cast but because of its visual effects embedded in 3D!