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Final Destination


Tony Todd, Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Kerr Smith View All


James Wong (Screenplay), James Wong (Director), Jeffrey Reddick (Screenplay), Glen Morgan (Screenplay) View All

Release: Mar. 17th, 2000
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
After a teenager has a terrifying vision of him and his friends dying in a plane crash, he prevents the accident only to have Death hunt them down, one by one.
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High schooler Alex (Devon Sawa) is supposed to go on a school trip to Paris, but a vivid nightmare about the plane crashing leads him to freak out and get kicked off of the plane along with several other students and a teacher.
The characters are passable but painfully clich and the story is basically a death trap within itself, rolling away and crushing things from left to right without further course except for the curse of death that drives the film and plot forward, of course.