Final Destination 3 trailer

Saturday, October 29, 2005 7:27 PM
The Final Destination 3 trailer has been released. Just watch it, so I can get the record for most members of CB to roll their eyes at one time. ;)

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(link edited at Danny's request :) - LG)

*** Edited 10/29/2005 11:56:30 PM UTC by Lord Gonchar***

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 7:42 PM
wow that is one of the cheesiest death thing I ever saw!
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Saturday, October 29, 2005 7:53 PM
You what though? Most of us will probably go see it.

The we can roll our eyes in the theater too.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 8:45 PM
Now come on, Final Destination has been pretty damn good with orriginal death scenes. This isn't one!

BTW, What is it? Viper at SFMM?

Chuck, who has the movie THRILL where the SCBB coaster actually comes to life :) and has guys riding it laying down accross the cars.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 8:54 PM
there was a topic about this thing a while ago
it was supposedly shot in vancouver.

i don't get this kind of movie really, i mean, why not go straight to watching "faces of death" or a similar documentary if "original death scenes" is what you are looking for.

i like the way they tied in arrow roughness though, that's kind of cute.
a wheel assembly should never break loose the way it does in this trailer.
didn't arrow/s&s object?

*** Edited 10/30/2005 3:28:52 PM UTC by superman***

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 8:54 PM
How did that guy get out of that coaster?
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Saturday, October 29, 2005 8:55 PM
there was a topic about this thing a while ago
it was supposedly shot in vancouver (+CG of course)

i don't get this kind of movie really, i mean, why not go straight to watching "faces of death" or a similar documentation if "original death scenes" is what you are looking for.

i like the way they tied in arrow roughness though, that's kind of cute.
a wheel assembly should never break loose the way it does in this trailer.
didn't arrow/s&s object?

i guess BMW or Mercedes would never aggree to having an engineering failure of theirs be cause of death in a movie.
(people can die of gunfire, dinosaurs and volcanic eruptions as much as they want, but engineering failure is a no-no)
:) *** Edited 10/30/2005 1:07:44 AM UTC by superman***

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:01 PM
Since when does a movie company have to have permission to show anything? Expecially if the disclaimer says ALL scenes are fictional, any simularity to actual events or situations is purley ficitional.

Chuck, who remembers Chrysler donating like 200 cars to destroy on the BLUES BROTHERS

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:02 PM
I just went to see Saw II. They showed the preview for Final Destination III while we were there.

A lot of the footage was primarily the roller coaster. I was surprised about that since that's supposedly just the opening scene. It was weird because the whole time I knew I was watching just a small corkscrew coaster. I'm sure they'll make it look like some huge ride in the movie.

Just to add... it looks like the track becomes unaligned. I think that's why the coaster train crashed. I don't think it was the wheels that fell off.

*** Edited 10/30/2005 1:10:53 AM UTC by UBRhino***

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:08 PM
in that trailer I just watched, Both a wheel was falling off and the track was missalined.

Chuck

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:11 PM
Okay I just watched the preview again and caught a few things I didn't see the first time. The wheels come off, the OTSR's open up and the track becomes unaligned. It's so goofy! :)

I was right about the coaster. They make it look like some huge ride. If you save the video and pause it on 43 seconds you will see what I mean.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:12 PM

UBRhino said:
It was weird because the whole time I knew I was watching just a small corkscrew coaster.

I was right about the coaster. They make it look like some huge ride.


It's viper at SFMM, isn't it?

It's one of the largest looping coasters in existence.

EDIT - According to RCDB, it's the 43rd tallest coaster in the world. :)

*** Edited 10/30/2005 2:14:32 AM UTC by Lord Gonchar***

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:23 PM
It's not Viper...it's a coaster in BC Canada...they make it seem like it's a 200 foot coaster, but I think I heard it's about 80'.

I like the lead-in from FD 1&2...the derailing scene looks too computer generated to me...which of course is the only alternative to actually derailing a train, which would seem to be in a budget for a large movie, this must not be a high-budget film.

Look at it this way...we have many months to prepare ourselves on how to react when someone says...."those harness-thingys will just open up in mid-ride....it could happen because I SAW it in a movie"...I can hear it now....

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:29 PM
I was watching FD1 and FD2 on the USA Network last weekend. They're actually quite funny movies in some respects, except for the plane blowing up in FD1 (a little bit too close to the actual New York accident) and the opening multiple car wreck scene of FD2, which is just off the charts scary. The whole death coming to claim people who've "escaped" death's plan is what I think adds the comic element to the movies. There are so many ridiculous things happening at once that you can't help but laugh or roll your eyes. Just think about the kid in the dentist chair in FD2 and you'll know what I mean.

I think the one thing that redeems the movie is Tony Todd (the guy from Candyman) as the mortician. He truly chews up the scenery in each of the movies.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:33 PM
It does look like Viper but I believe THIS is the coaster.

However, some of the images could be from Viper at Magic Mountain. It did kind of look like it. They certainly do make the coaster look big and fast.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:39 PM

It's not Viper...it's a coaster in BC Canada

Corkscrew at Playland?

Compare that to frame 42:27 from the trailer.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 9:57 PM
Look at second 44. It shows the first drop in the middle. On the left (looking at the screen) is the drop into the bayerncurve and on the right is the final brake run.

I'm not saying there aren't shots of Viper in there. There very well could be. It seems as though all of the onride footage was taken from Corkscrew though.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005 10:00 PM
The on-ride footage looks like its from Corkscrew at Playland (or some other generic Vekoma) but the larger off-ride shots look to be a composite of random coaster track. Look at the fram provided by Lord Gonchar; notice the train is coming to a flat section of track (that is very similar to a MCBR) after a lift hill, and the turnaround in the top-left hand corner of the screen. The only coasters I've seen do that are in RCT.
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Saturday, October 29, 2005 10:06 PM
Did anyone else hear the RCT screams in the trailer? ;)
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Saturday, October 29, 2005 10:20 PM
I'm not questioning that much of it is Corkscrew. The pic linked at RCDB and the frame show the exact same section of track - take a look at the railing/drop to the right.

But WTF is all of that coaster in the left half of the movie frame? Serious composite work. I don't even think it is Viper let alone a real coaster. Like CoasterKrazy said, it looks like an RCT design with that lift, turn, drop.

Weird stuff.

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