Half the fun of a "Final Destination" movie is in guessing how the next character is going to get it, and the rest of the fun comes in the conception of the tragic first-act accident that sets the plot into motion.With "Final Destination 3," the third time is definitely not the charm.It’s this opportunity that leads Richard to agree to use Pied Piper to stream an “extreme” stunt being sponsored by Homicide Energy Drink, a billion-dollar company started by one of Erlich’s college “friends,” Double A (Michael Mc Millan).Nicknames have always been a unique focus and fascination of , and here, they become especially revealing of Judge’s characters.The other way of defining Double A underlines the familiar tendency of personal issues and business goals to bleed into one another, something Judge has reiterated in nearly every episode, often more than once.Erlich is a nagging, self-satisfied presence but he’s also very loyal and dedicated to Pied Piper’s success, much like Double A is both a condescending backstabber and a brave, ambitious man living with an embarrassing condition.
Hot-headed and impatient fellow graduate Lewis Romero starts a fight, forcing an attendant to kick them out while several others get off the ride in impatience.
The killer, for one, is not a hockey-masked psycho with a butcher knife, but the unstoppable, unseen force of Death itself, paying a visit to whomever has cheated their own marked fatality.
And two, the murder scenes are set into motion by clever Rube Goldberg situations that stop short of being plainly ridiculous because of a sort of morbid logic they create.
It is the third installment in the series and it revolves around a group of high school students, celebrating their graduation, who manage to escape Death at a derailing roller coaster attraction due to a young girl's premonition.
The film has a seperate storyline from the previous films and doesn't have any characters return, but Flight 180 is mentioned by the characters while Kimberly Corman and Thomas Burke are mentioned in an alternate ending.