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Final Destination (2000)
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Starring: Ali Larter, Devon Sawa, Kerr Smith, Tony Todd
Director: James Wong
Category: Horror, Suspense / Thriller
Studio: New Line Cinema
Subtitles:
English
Length:
98 mins

 
 

 

Death Doesn't Take No For An Answer.

His entire high-school class is going to Paris, but Alex Browning (Devon Sawa, Idle Hands) can't seem to shake his fear of flying.Once aboard the plane, he has a violently disruptive premonition which gets him and five of his classmates including Clear Rivers (Ali Larter, Varsity Blues, House On Haunted Hill) and Carter Horton (Kerr Smith, TV's "Dawson's Creek") kicked off the plane.As the students watch the plane depart, they witness the horrifying disaster that proves the deadly premonition true.Now having dodged death once, the terror begins in full as fate hunts them down one-by-one.Soon the five survivors will discover you can't cheat death in this bone-chillingly-suspenseful film that critics call "A first class edge of your seat thriller!"-Paul Wunder, WBAI

 
 
   
   

 
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