Final Destination

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  • After an eerie premonition leads a handful of passengers to disembark an ill-fated flight, Death with all its ingenious contraptions of doom at the ready stalks those survivors (Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Kerr Smith and more) one by one in the gory, gleeful shocker that launched the fright-filled film series. Final Destination: the start of it all! Format: BLU-RAY DISC Genre: ACTION/ADVENTU

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After an eerie premonition leads a handful of passengers to disembark an ill-fated flight, Death with all its ingenious contraptions of doom at the ready stalks those survivors (Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Kerr Smith and more) one by one in the gory, gleeful shocker that launched the fright-filled film series. Final Destination: the start of it all!Amazon.com
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Final Destination

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  1. This movie wasn’t obviously made to scare anyone. The deaths that fate (or the “patterns”) causes are hilarious, for not saying ridiculous. When the film started, I thought it would be a good one, because of all the mistery that was surrounding the premonition. But later the suspense was over, and the brilliant instantaneous “deductions” and funny deaths took its place. 2 stars just for the laughts.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Cool idea – I loved it when the plane blew up. Ali Larter is a total hottie. This was almost as good as the sequel.

    Rating: 2 / 5

  3. I try to have faith in people but when a movie like this is praised as intelligent… The movie stars a lame cast of teens that missed there flight to france, then the jet blows up. apparently because these kids missed the doomed flight it set Death behind his yearly death quota. A series of mouse trap inspired death traps follow to reach the death quota (apparantly death is tired of bloodclots) in the end most of the kids die some of them live. Hey fellow teens if you want to see intelligent movies go to stanley kubrick and orson wells not this trash.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I’ll admit that I was slightly entertained. The deaths were just so wacky and stupid that the whole theatre was laughing. The plane wreck was the funniest part of the movie. I was rolling on the floor when the walls of the plane started flying off for no apparent reason.

    What was interesting though was that it tried to be dramatic after the plane wreck. The “survivors” went through an FBI interrogation and actually spoke of feelings and emotions. This was strange coming from an MTV generation, klickish film. It was some of the worst acting I’ve seen of course and the rest of the movie tried to make up for it by becoming more like the scream films. hmm… Did somebody forget to write the script BEFORE they started filming?

    The basic formula of the film: 6 or 7 kids get scared from plane wreck and mourn. Slowly, they start to die off. They spend 2 hours boring the theatre to death trying to figure out how to cheat death.

    Poor film. Poor script. The way the movie ends just tells you how much the writers didn’t care anymore and were just ready to cash in. Avoid it unless you can get in free and sleep in the chair. That’s what I did. I would be ashamed of myself if I’d put money towards this movie.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. I don’t understand all the praise for this movie. I was bored stiff watching it. A plane crashed that a group of kids were going on, and it was supposed to be their time of death evidently. As a result, the friends start getting killed one by one afterwards. I apologize to everyone who praises this movie, but I just do NOT for the life of me see what is scary about this movie? Plain and simple as that!! Well, I was watching Sci-Fi’s thirteen (13) days of Halloween, but this movie sucks so bad, I am going to turn it to the World Series.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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