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John Dies at the End
A new drug promises out-of-body experiences, but users are coming back changed forever, and an otherworldly invasion of Earth is underway.
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Fran P (it) wrote: A bloodier, bolder, more imaginative sequel. Out of the three that's been released, I think this is the strongest one because it manages to relate to the first one quite a few times. Not to mention the return of Ali Larter was quite a delight because she wasn't the weak and meek character we got to know in the first installment. I dislike films that have too many yet unnecessary twists and turns but I think the "Final Destination" franchise thrives on that. In the last twenty minutes, I was at the edge of my seat because somehow I managed to care for the characters, which is highly unlikely in most horror films. There are a plethora of highlights in this movie, especially the freeway carnage. The first time I saw that scene, I was covered in blankets and completely shaken. This film's sinister magic will remain in me for a long time.
Paul B (au) wrote: The White Genocide in Africa made me think of Gandhi.
Jessica C (ag) wrote: Vraiment, vraiment bon!
Johnathon W (kr) wrote: Classic action film that set a new standard for the buddy cop genre, thanks to a superb cast & filmmakers willing to go a little dark with the content. Gibson & Glover are excellent as Riggs & Murtaugh, playing off each other perfectly & giving career best performances. Gibson channels his crazed intensity to perfection while Glover is a fantastic straight man, giving brilliant reactions to every one of Riggs nuttier moments (his "I'm too old for this shit" line remains a classic). They get great support from the rest of the cast, particularly Gary Busy as the villainous Mr. Joshua. Behind the camera, Richard Donner adapts Shane Black's script perfectly and one forgets, after the numerous sequels & current TV show, how dark & edgy the original is. Riggs is a truly disturbed, suicidal man and you truly don't know what will happen next with him, making his tension with Murtaugh palpable. The action is edge of your seat and Black's dialogue is as good as you can get in action movie. All that plus being set during Christmas, it makes for one of the best action movies ever made and another great addition to the holiday movie rotation.