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Final Destination (2000)


Coming Out at 17 March 2000 in theaters

Horror, Thriller

Final Destination is supernatural horror film directed by James Wong, with a screenplay written by James Wong, Glen Morgan, and Jeffrey Reddick, based on a story by Reddick. It is the first installment in the Final Destination film series and stars Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Kerr Smith, and Tony Todd. Sawa portrays a teenager who cheats death after having a premonition of a catastrophic plane explosion. He and several of his classmates leave the plane before the explosion occurs, but Death later takes the lives of those who were meant to die on the plane.

The film began as a spec script written by Reddick for an episode of The X-Files, in order for Reddick to get a TV agent. A colleague at New Line Cinema persuaded Reddick to write it as a feature-length film. Later, Wong and Morgan, The X-Files writing partners, became interested in the script and agreed to rewrite and direct the film, marking Wong’s film directing debut. Filming took place in New York City and Vancouver, with additional scenes filmed in Toronto and San Francisco. It was released on March 17, 2000, and became a financial success, making $10 million on its opening weekend. The DVD release of the film, released on September 26, 2000, in the United States and Canada, includes commentaries, deleted scenes, and documentaries.

The film received mixed reviews from critics. Positive reviews praised the film for “generating a respectable amount of suspense”, “playful and energized enough to keep an audience guessing”, “an unexpectedly alert teen-scream disaster chiller”, and the performance of Devon Sawa, while negative reviews described the film as “dramatically flat” and “aimed at the teen dating crowd”. It received the Saturn Award for Best Horror Film and Best Performance by a Younger Actor for Sawa’s performance. The film’s success spawned a media franchise, encompassing four additional installments, as well as a series of novels and comic books. The first sequel, Final Destination 2, was released on January 31, 2003.

Director: James Wong

Writers: Glen Morgan, James Wong, Jeffrey Reddick

Stars: Devon Sawa, Ali Larter, Kerr Smith, Kristen Cloke, Daniel Roebuck, Roger Guenveur Smith, Chad Donella


Devon SawaAlex Browning
Ali LarterClear Rivers
Kerr SmithCarter Horton
Kristen ClokeValerie Lewton
Daniel RoebuckAgent Weine
Roger Guenveur SmithAgent Schreck
Chad DonellaTod Waggner
Seann William ScottBilly Hitchcock
Tony ToddBludworth
Amanda DetmerTerry Chaney
Brendan FehrGeorge Waggner
Forbes AngusLarry Murnau
Lisa Marie CarukChrista Marsh
Christine ChatelainBlake Dreyer
Barbara TysonBarbara Browning
Robert WisdenKen Browning
P. Lynn JohnsonMrs. Waggner
Larry GilmanMr. Waggner
Guy FauchonHare Krishna
Randy StoneFlight Attendant
Mark HoldenCo-Pilot
Marrett GreenTV News Anchor
Fred KeatingHoward Seigel
John HainsworthMinister
Pete AthertonStudent Singer
Nicole RobertTicket Clerk
Kristina MatisicReporter
Dustin BrooksDustin
Martin ChristopherPrincipal
Denis CorbettParis Tourist
Yolanda CorbettParis Tourist
Alessandro JulianiGuitar Player in Final Paris Scene
James KirkKid at Airport
Mark MarriottScared Airline Passenger
Natasha MorleyGirl with Red Sweater at Airport
Morgan StreblerScared Airplane Passanger
Troy YorkeLou Gehrig’s Man

Sources: imdb & wikipedia

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