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The Perfect Souffle: Testing 'Final Destination' (2000)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Short | Video
Interviews with executives from New Line Cinema about the impact of Final Destination.

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Jeffrey Schwarz
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Robert Shaye ... Himself
James Wong ... Himself
Brian Witten ... Himself
Karen Brown Karen Brown ... Herself
Glen Morgan Glen Morgan ... Himself
Richard Brener Richard Brener ... Himself
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Interviews with executives from New Line Cinema about the impact of Final Destination.

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Documentary | Short

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Not Rated

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USA

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English

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Automat Pictures See more »
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Can be found on the Final Destination (2000) DVD Special Features. See more »

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Robert Shaye - Chairman: New Line Cinema: We have been test- screening out movies since we started making them. If you have a movie that doesn't please people, spending $30,000,000 to market it, and get people who aren't going to be pleased is not gonna - is not gonna solve the problem by any way, shape or form. So we find it a very valuable tool.
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Testing is a double-edged sword
28 January 2005 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

I'm of two minds in regards to test audience screenings. On one hand they can screw up the writer's script. In the case of Final Destination, however, it did seem to help because the new ending was so very good. I just don't like the idea of having people who might have the combined IQ of a garden variety housefly dictating what any given movie should or should not be. But then again perhaps there are times that a writer needs to learn to divorce one's self from the words that he or she has written. But I digress. I find this featurette interesting enough.This quarter of an hour long featurette can be found on the DVD of "Final Destination" My Grade: C+


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