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Salvation Is A Last-Minute Business

by Rainier on Aug. 11, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m. PDT

Last night, we saw Final Destination 5, and while each movie in the series has the same premise, the gruesome death scenes are what make this franchise worth watching, and the latest installment does not disappoint.

I was more intrigued by the people attending the screening than anything else. In addition to a handful of critics, the theater was filled with regular folks who had been standing in line for hours, just on the off chance of being let in. Two things amazed me: 90% of this crowd was Asian, and some people had the nerve to blatantly remove tags from press-assigned seats and put them in their purses, only to claim ignorance when security asked for their special tickets.

The Hurt Locker's Kathryn Bigelow is making a movie  about Navy Seal Team 6's hunt and eventual kill of Osama Bin Laden. Count me in!
Last night, we saw Final Destination 5, and while each movie in the series has the same premise, the gruesome death scenes are what make this franchise worth watching, and the latest installment does not disappoint.

I was more intrigued by the people attending the screening than anything else. In addition to a handful of critics, the theater was filled with regular folks who had been standing in line for hours, just on the off chance of being let in. Two things amazed me: 90% of this crowd was Asian, and some people had the nerve to blatantly remove tags from press-assigned seats and put them in their purses, only to claim ignorance when security asked for their special tickets.

The Hurt Locker's Kathryn Bigelow is making a movie  about Navy Seal Team 6's hunt and eventual kill of Osama Bin Laden. Count me in!
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