Well, we’ve finally arrived at Final Destination 3, the followup to the superior Final Destination 2. It’s by no means terrible, just not particularly engaging.
It’s well-acted and shot, and director James Wong (The X-Files, Final Destination) brings a workman-like persistence but little else. There’s some interesting set pieces–particular the train scene–but there’s just no joy and little in the way of energy behind any of it.
As I said, it’s not a bad movie, just not a particularly inspired one.