Final Destination (2000)
Director: Huang Yiyu
Writers: Glenn Morgan, Yiyu Huang, Jeffrey Reddick
Actors: Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Cole Smith, Chrisson Clark, Daniel Roebuck, Roger Guervin Smith, Chad Donara, Sean William Scott / Tony Todd / Amanda Datman / Brandon Fell / Forbes Angus / Lisa Marie Caruk / Kristen Chatlain / Barbara Tyson
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Region: USA / Canada
Language: English / French
Released: 2000-03-17 (USA)
Series:  Death Comes
Runtime: 98 minutes
Also known as: Desperate End Station (Taiwan) / Terminal
Rating: IMDB 6.7 / Rotten Tomatoes 35%
The plot is thrilling and terrifying, interlocking. High school student Alex Browning (played by Devon Sawa) and 7 classmates boarded a plane to Paris. Before taking off, he had a sudden premonition of a terrifying scene: the plane would explode in the air. Alex was very frightened and shouted that the plane was about to have an accident, and everyone should get off the plane immediately. As a result, he and the other 6 passengers were driven out by the crew in the chaos. However, as Alex said, the plane exploded in mid-air and all personnel were killed.
All the people who got off the plane were grateful that they survived the catastrophe, but they didn’t know that the god of death still refused to let them go. What awaits them next will be a more horrific way of death and a more difficult fate to escape. And what secrets can Alex discover from everyone’s death order, and escape from the claws of death?
“Final Destination” is a horror movie released in the year 2000, directed by James Wong and written by Glen Morgan and James Wong. The film follows the story of a high school student named Alex Browning (played by Devon Sawa), who has a premonition of a catastrophic plane crash that kills all of his classmates and himself.
Alex panics and causes a commotion, leading to him and several others being kicked off the plane. As they watch the plane take off, it explodes, confirming Alex’s vision. Soon after, the survivors begin to die in mysterious and gruesome ways, and Alex realizes that Death is coming after them because they were not meant to live beyond the crash.
The film stars Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Kerr Smith, and Tony Todd. It was a commercial success and led to four sequels: “Final Destination 2” (2003), “Final Destination 3” (2006), “The Final Destination” (2009), and “Final Destination 5” (2011).