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Final Destination: Every Ending Of Each Movie, EXPLAINED

The Final Destination franchise applied an old formula to make its place in the pantheon of classic horror franchises. In 2000, James Wong released the first movie of the supernatural horror series. From the original one to the Final Destination 5 in 2011, the franchise has followed the death itself. Eventually, the movies became stereotypical as the progress of the franchise promoted new ways to cheat death. And since the painful demises often get discovered or debunked in the final scene, the themes become predictable. Therefore, we are here to explain the ending scenes of each Final Destination movie so that you know how predictable the franchise is.

The Vision Of An Airplane Explosion

Final Destination (2000) features Alex Browning who went on a senior class trip and started to get visions of the plane exploding. Many of his classmates got off and were thankful to Alex for his ability to a premonition. But after a month or so his classmates started to die in freak accidents. With the arrival of William Bludworth, the situation got more intense. The final scene, set in Paris, sees Alex survive while Carter gets splattered by a giant falling billboard.

The Vision Of An Airplane Explosion Final Destination (2000) features Alex Browning who went on a senior class trip and started to get visions of the plane exploding. Many of his classmates got off and were thankful to Alex for his ability to a premonition. But after a month or so his classmates started to die in freak accidents. With the arrival of William Bludworth, the situation got more intense. Bludworth being an avatar of Death and his knowledge about the rules of death became a recurring mystery.
Final Destination

The Fatal Car Crashes

We know a highway pileup scene is a must for any horror movie. Final Destination 2 is extensively full with the delight of gorehounds along with a deadly car crash under mysterious circumstances. This accident is actually the highlight of the entire series. But, it was revealed that all these gruesome kills are just a premonition of Kimberly Corman. After realizing the weirdness is getting built up, Kimberly blocked traffic to keep the traffic behind her.

The Fatal Car Crashes We know a highway pileup scene is a must for any horror movie. Final Destination 2 is extensively full with the delight of gorehounds along with a deadly car crash under mysterious circumstances. This accident is actually the highlight of the entire series. But, it was revealed that all these gruesome kills are just a premonition of Kimberly Corman. After realizing the weirdness is getting built up, Kimberly blocked traffic to keep the traffic behind her. Final Destination
Final Destination 2

Deadly Ride of the Coaster

Unlike other movies of the franchise, Final Destination 3 is based on a completely different story. As time passes, Wendy Christensen notices her friends are dying on the roller coaster but couldn’t get off the coaster. Even Wendy’s boyfriend tried to leave but the monstrous coaster operator left them there to die. In the end, Wendy has another premonition of a subway train derailing and the movie ends there with implied deaths.

Deadly ride of the coaster Unlike other movies of the franchise, Final Destination 3 is based on a completely different story. As time passes, Wendy Christensen notices her friends are dying on the roller coaster but couldn’t get off the coaster. Even Wendy's boyfriend tried to leave but the monstrous coaster operator left them there to die. The slasher reached the point where they are using the gruesome kills to entertain viewers rather than upset them. This was dark comedy.
Final Destination 3

The Race-Track Deaths

The 2009’s entry of the FD franchise is probably the worst one. The creativeness of the deaths was lacking and it appeared as if a big focus was on bad CGI effects. The protagonist this time is Nick O’Bannon. The story follows a group of people after they escape death with the help of Nick’s premonition. Nick’s premonition consists of great car stunts but the deaths ended up looking more goofy than deadly.

The Race-Track Deaths The 2009’s entry of the FD franchise is probably the worst one. The creativeness of the deaths was lacking and it appeared as if a big focus was on bad CGI effects. The protagonist this time is Nick O'Bannon. The story follows a group of people after they escape death with the help of Nick's premonition. Nick's premonition consists of great car stunts but the deaths ended up looking more goofy than deadly.
The Final Destination (2009)

Death is a Tricky Thing to Cheat

The fifth installment of the FD franchise is considered the best entry in the series. The storyline also seems to differ in ways. However, relying on the premonition feature, the protagonist Sam Lawton gets a premonition of the bridge collapsing and their bus falling down, killing dozens. Once again Tony Todd appears as Bludworth, now playing a new card, and ensuring that death is a tricky thing to cheat. The ending of the fifth film brings Sam to Alex Browning, the protagonist of the first film in Flight 108.

Death is a Tricky Thing to Cheat The fifth installment of the FD franchise is considered the best entry in the series. The storyline also seems to differ in ways. However, relying on the premonition feature, the protagonist Sam Lawton saved some of his coworkers on the way to a company retreat. Sam gets a premonition of the bridge collapsing and their bus falling down, killing dozens. Once again Tony Todd appears as Bludworth, now playing a new card, and ensuring that death is a tricky thing to cheat. 
Final Destination 5

 

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