After being let off the coaster along with half the other students the coaster starts. After a few survivors die, the main character seeks an explanation and realize that Death is seeking one by one, and in the same order that they should have died in the accident. . But the film ends when the main characters think they have defeated death — but it was just waiting for the right moment to strike again. Only when the premonition comes true and everyone on the coaster, including her boyfriend Jason, dies, does Wendy realize that it was just the beginning. During her Graduation Day party with her school at the local amusement park, 18 year-old Wendy Christensen has a violent premonition of a fatally horrible roller-coaster crash involving her and all her friends. Will they intervene or will Death have its way? Description: Final Destination is an American horror franchise composed of five films, comic books and novels.
After a high school senior, Wendy Christensen, has a fatal premonition of a disastrous roller-coaster accident that involves her and her friends, she warns everyone and luckily gets herself and many of her friends and others off the roller-coaster before it sets off, after they get off and the roller-coaster starts off, it crashes just like in her premonition, soon she teams up with a friend, Kevin Fischer as well as many other people, some including Erin and Ian to try and cheat death. The character begins to have premonitory visions concerning the upcoming deaths. All five films center around a protagonist that has a premonition of a terrible mass-casualty accident that will kill numerous people, including themselves and the other characters. This is the time to try to prevent. Confusion always happens, causing some who should die in the accident to survive.
But some people either friends, colleagues or even strangers end up dying in the accident. The movies begin traditionally with the main character in a place prone to accidents an airport, a highway, an amusement park, a race track, and a suspension bridge, respectively. Generally, the main characters survive to the end. They start to realize that something strange is going on. They use the picture Wendy took at the Amusment Park to find clues to their friends deaths and try to stop them.
The movies are different in themselves, but all have the same theme and structure. In addition to the films, a novel series which includes the novelizations of the first three films was published throughout 2005 and 2006 by Black Flame. The main character snaps out of it and they conclude that it was a dream or a premonition: the vision ends a few moments before the actual accident happens and the main character concludes that it was true, because some things they saw in the premonition start happening. There are ironic signs such as plates, numbers, music, people, talking characters or places in poor storage conditions. The protagonist and several other people manage to escape from the scene of the accident, before it happens, but are later killed in a series of bizarre accidents that frequently resemble Rube Goldberg machines in their complexity. All this refers to death or accidents.
A memorial happens and the main character realizes something is still wrong. Soon after, the main character says they have a strange sensation and then an accident starts claiming several victims. It is based on an unproduced spec script by Jeffrey Reddick, originally written for the X-Files television series, and was distributed by New Line Cinema. . .
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