Final Destination movies are American horror franchise movies composed of five, nine novels and two comic books. It is from the unproduced spec scripted by Jeffrey Reddick, initially wrote for television series, The X-Files and has been distributed by the New Line Cinema. The five movies centers around the tiny group of people that escape impending death during that time that an individual had the sudden premonition and warned them that they are all going to die in one terrible mass-casualty disaster. After avoiding the foretold deaths, these survivors are still being killed gradually, one by one within a bizarre accidents made by the unseen force making the complex chains of the cause and effect, akin to Rube Goldberg machine in their complexity, then read omens transmitted by the other unseen entity just in order to avert their deaths again.
The sequences are noteworthy among the other movies in the genre of horror in that an antagonist is not the stereotypical slasher or the other physical being, however, Death manifested, subtly controlling instances within the surrounding with the design on claiming anybody that escapes their fated demised. Additionally, to the novel series, the films, which included the novelizations of those primary three films, had been published throughout 2005-2006 by the Black Flame.
1. Final Destination 1, 2000
Alex Browning played by Devon Sawa was embarking on his trip going to Paris. Alex experienced the premonition — he saw that the plane exploded moments after departing from the ground. Alex insisted that everyone should go out of the plane and Alex with the 7 people were forced to disembark. Everyone watched as the plane really exploded in the fireball. Alex with the rest of the survivors had cheated death for a while, but they will not be capable of avoiding their fate for such a very long time. Gradually, one by one, the fugitives from fate tumble victims to this grim reaper.
2. Final Destination 2, 2003
Kimberly played by A.J. Cook had the premonition about the horrible highway accident that killed many people — including her friends and Kimberly. She blocked the cars at the back of her on the ramp from being in union with the traffic — and as the police trooper played by Michael Landes arrived, the accident really happened. Now, Death had been stalking the group of wrong survivors — and then one by one these individuals were dying as they are supposed to at the highway.
3. Final Destination 3, 2006
After six years since the first crowd of highschool learner initially cheated death, one more teen played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead had the premonition that her friends together with her will be mixed up with the horrifying roller-coaster misfortune. When the vision proved to be true, the fellow survivors and the student should deal with the consequences of having cheated the Grim Reaper.
4. Final Destination 4, 2009
During their enjoying a day at the track, Bobby Campo played as Nick O’Bannon in the movie had the horrific premonition about him and his friends dying in one freaking accident involved lots of race cars. Mere seconds just before the vision become real he handles to convinced them to leave. Even though they cheated death before, each survivor starts to meet their grisly end, Nick tried to figure the way to run from the same fate.
5. Final Destination 5, 2011
During a bus journey with his colleagues going to their company retreat, Sam played by Nicholas D’Agosto encounters the horrifying vision: a suspension bridge which they — and lots of others — are crossing begins to crumble around. When his vision ended, almost immediately, begins to become real, Sam took rapid action that rescued the number of people, with Molly played by Emma Bell, as his girlfriend, and Peter played by Miles Fisher as his best friend. However, the survivors find soon that Death cannot be denied.