When Kimberly has a violent premonition of a highway pileup she blocks the freeway, keeping a few others meant to die, safe...Or are they? The survivors mysteriously start dying and it's up to Kimberly to stop it before she's next.
Alex is boarding a plane to France on a school trip, when he suddenly gets a premonition that the plane will explode. Shortly after Alex, a group of students, and his teacher are thrown off the plane, to their horror, the plane does in fact explode. Alex must now work out Death's plan, as each of the survivors falls victim. Whilst trying to prevent the next death, Alex must also dodge the FBI, who believe that he caused the explosion.Written by
Red wine spills over Alex's drawing of the Flight 180 seats. The stain looks like blood and it's over Alex's seat. See more »
(at around 50 mins) When Alex is watching the news, it shows the path of the explosion of the plane. He says "That's Tod's seat" but it was actually where he had been sitting. He then puts a piece of paper up to the TV to trace it and the path has changed to begin at Tod's seat. See more »
[Browning and Carter are fighting in the airport boarding area]
You're paying for my trip, Browning.
I wish you were on that plane!
[In the distance, the plane has exploded and the shock wave shatters the glass in the boarding area]
OH SHIT! .
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The opening credits are done in a ghosting format. See more »
The version aired on TV, in the USA, on the Sci-FI channel, silences the profanity and cuts away right before the death sequences. See more »
I really liked this movie. It's probably one of the better teen slasher flicks to ever hit the screen.
Let's face it: teen slasher flicks are not outstanding cinema. The writing is always lame, the plots are even lamer, they're usually vehicles for the latest trends in fashion and music and showcases of the heartthrob and/or bombshell-of-the-month. They're really just vehicles for post-pubescent hormonal stimulation.
But "Final Destination" is different. First, it has real imagination going for it. The plot is unlike your typical "madman in the corn chases teenage bombshell through puddles," it actually took some thought to put this together. It's not just shock-factor movie-making, they actually sat down and outlines how all the deaths would work in a way that keeps the plot alive. A tale of kids trying to cheat death's design is much harder to write than a dude with a chainsaw.
Then there's the death scenes themselves. Outstanding! I love a clever death scene in movies like this ... it's why you pay the $8! And these are some doozies. You can tell the filmmakers sat around for hours simply trying to find the coolest way to kill people. And if you have a sick mind (like yours truly), you'll find these death scenes simply hysterical! A really good movie. 8 out of 10. I'm giving it a high score because it's outstanding within it's genre.
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