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Ali Larter, Devon Sawa, Amanda Detmer, Kerr Smith & Seann William Scott on the set of Final Destination in 1999

r/Moviesinthemaking - Ali Larter, Devon Sawa, Amanda Detmer, Kerr Smith & Seann William Scott on the set of Final Destination in 1999
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The opening of Final Destination 2 (timber truck on the highway) is also a fantastic scene. I can't remember if the rest of the movie holds up as a sequel but the opening was definitely memorable

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I will still never drive behind a truck carrying any vertically oriented, long objects.

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· 2 mo. ago · edited 2 mo. ago

My favorite scene of the FD2 is when the giant glass panel falls on top of the idiot kid spooking the pigeons. That was awesome. I used to pause it and then in slow motion you see the dummy stand double getting pulverized!!!

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Scarred a generation from driving near logging trucks for sure. Then I actually had one spray me with stones on Alaska highway last year and our windscreen exploded glass on us so that has just reinvigorated my fear...

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But yes, that opening scene is awesome!!!

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2 is my favorite of the series. 3 was the worst.

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Two was the last one before they got more and more ridiculous. Still a couple of over the top deaths, but nothing like the later ones.

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I love this movie. It was such a great twist on the slasher genre, which was in the middle of it's post-Scream revival. You can tell how successful the franchise was because anytime there is a news report, video, or article about a freak accident, people will immediately describe it as 'like something out of Final Destination.

I really wish they had kept the 'Death as an entity' hook in the sequels. I loved how you'd get clues about Death's presence such as a gust of wind or a strange shadow moving along the ground. It really played into the idea that something was genuinely stalking them. Something you couldn't hide from or fight back.

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I often joke that being a parent of a toddler is like the first ten minutes of a Final Destination movie. "That's gonna kill her. That's gonna kill her. That's definitely going to kill her."

I'm always amazed that everyone gets the reference. These movies were really popular.

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It really just became a game of most over the top kills. In the first one all the deaths seemed like accidents, horrible coincidences. A guy slips in the bathtub and a girl gets hit by a car. The most gruesome one was Stiffler but even that just looked like a freak accident .

One of the sequels involved a guys insides being sucked out through his ass at the bottom of the pool. Another had someone rear-ended and the engine of the other car popping out and taking his head off. In the history of the world has either of those 2 things ever happened in real life?

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To this day, I still think about the final destination movies if I'm in the highway behind a truck with a bunch of pipes and stuff.

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IIRC the original idea was a pitch for an X-Files episode.

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I watched it in 5th grade and had full blown existential crisis for about two weeks. I was terrified of everything. Not of freak accidents, just of the concept of death is inevitable and will happen messed me up. Great movie though

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This is some Final Destination shit

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Have you seen the end of the fifth one? Definite Final Destination stuff.

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Ali Larter was my first film crush when I was a wee boy. she did that terrible movie with beyoncé and idris elba and was the entire reason I watched that movie

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You just brought back an old memory. I just remember Beyoncé beating her up (for good reason).

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Turns out she's a bit of a racist and was a bit of a cunt to her co-star in Heroes.

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I remember Devon Sawa was in like every movie in the 90’s

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