Home > Movie > F > Final Destination 3 > Reviews

Final Destination 3 Reviews

Final Destination 3


Genre :

Drama, Horror, Thriller

Release Date :

February 10, 2006

MPAA Rating :


Director :

James Wong

Starring :

Ryan Merriman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Alexz Johnson, Texas Battle, Gina Holden, Kris Lemche, Amanda Crew

REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Nothing's perfect, but it's worth seeing.    Readers  3 of 5 [Rate It]

1 of 5

“..too silly to be creepy and too lame to be funny..”
by James Brundage [Filmcritic]
“..still delivers a certain degree of over-the-top amusement..”
by Michael Rechtshaffen [The Hollywood Reporter]
7.5 of 10

“..satisfying follow-up..”
by Edward Douglas [Comingsoon]
1.5 of 4

“..might actually be the worst of the bunch..”
by Sara M. Fetters [MovieFreak]
2.5 of 5

“..lacks the audacity of the second film..”
by Daniel Fienberg [Zap2it]
2 of 5

“..it lacks the tension, surprise and conventional horror of the previous instalments..”
by David Mercier [FilmJudge]
3.5 of 5

“..is the best Destination yet..”
by Andrew Kasch [The Horror Channel]
4 of 5

“..for a wicked blend of horror and humour, here's a film that doesn't disappoint..”
by David Edwards [London Daily Mirror]
4 of 5

“..an enjoyable threequel that delivers splendidly in terms of laughs, shocks and inventive death scenes..”
by Matthew Turner [ViewLondon]
4.5 of 5
Reviewed by T.O. Sweet [The Cinema Source]
4 of 5
Reviewed by Chris Vognar [The Dallas Morning News]
4 of 5
Reviewed by JC [Movies for Guys]
4 of 5
Reviewed by [E! Online]
3.5 of 5
Reviewed by Rich Cline [Shadows on the Wall]
3.5 of 5
Reviewed by Randy Cordova [The Arizona Republic]
3.5 of 5
Reviewed by Owen Gleiberman [Entertainment Weekly]
3 of 4
Reviewed by Kim Morgan [Reel]
3 of 4
Reviewed by David Nusair [Reel Film Reviews]
3 of 4
Reviewed by Wesley Morris [Boston Globe]
3 of 5
Reviewed by Peter Bradshaw [The Guardian]
3 of 5
Reviewed by Anthony Quinn [The Independent]
3 of 5
Reviewed by Joshua Tyler [Cinema Blend]
3 of 5
Reviewed by Eugene Novikov [Film Blather]
3 of 5
Reviewed by Kevin C. Johnson [St. Louis Post-Dispatch]
2.5 of 5
Reviewed by Tim Cogshell [Boxoffice Magazine]
2.5 of 4
Reviewed by James Berardinelli [ReelViews]
2.5 of 5
Reviewed by Eric Lurio [Greenwich Village Gazette]
2 of 4
Reviewed by Ed Blank [Pittsburgh Tribune-Review]
2 of 4
Reviewed by Gene Seymour [Newsday]
2 of 4
Reviewed by Elizabeth Weitzman [New York Daily News]
1.5 of 4
Reviewed by Michael Wilmington [Chicago Tribune]
1 of 4
Reviewed by Jeff Vice [Deseret News, Salt Lake City]
0.5 of 4
Reviewed by Ed Gonzalez [Slant Magazine]
Reviewed by Ian Grey [Baltimore City Paper]

Reader's Reviews

Screen Name
Rate This Movie
Please Enter   


45 YEARS :

“..it is supremely intelligent and moving and Rampling and Courtenay are superb..”
by Peter Bradshaw [The Guardian]


“..A Walk in the Woods is a jolly good time, sparking dozens of chuckles and a few strong laughs. Nothing special cinematically, it still provides a welcome showcase for wonderful star..”
by Todd McCarthy [Hollywood Reporter]


“..are so heavy on broad pulpit pounding that it's challenging to get swept along by the story's message..”
by Tom Russo [Boston Globe]


“..on all counts, "Zipper" comes up short..”
by Katharine Pushkar [NY Daily News]


“..feels like an homage to the early work of Wes Anderson with its plinky soundtrack, solipsistic banter and emphasis on uniforms..”
by Sara Stewart [New York Post]


“..it feels like amateur hour, but for fans of low-rent thrills it's kind of fun..”
by Soren Andersen [Seattle Times]


“..rich with tone but otherwise lacking bite..”
by Jordan Hoffman [NY Daily News]


“..a highly effective tale of terror that does a nice job of setting an unsettling tone from the onset and very rarely lets up until the film's conclusion..”
by Heather Wixson [Dailydead]


“..obviously "#Lucky Number" will not appeal to everyone but for those that do find it entertaining, they will not be disappointed..”
by James McDonald [Irish Film Critic]


“..the dramatic tension considerably less, in a movie that feels stranded somewhere between serious artistic ambition and the dystopian franchise-building of "The Hunger Games," "Divergent," et al..”
by Scott Foundas [Variety]