“Final Destination” watches the time-regarded recipe of the Dead Teenager Movie: It starts with a considerable measure of living adolescents and fates them. Be that as it may, the film, made by two veterans of “The X-Files” TV arrangement, is more brilliant and more unique than generally DTMs. It has severe cleverness, Rube Goldberg demise traps and foolish however sincere talks of destiny. Likewise an opening succession that guarantees this film will never, ever, be appeared on a plane.
The motion picture starts with a secondary school class loading onto a plane for a class excursion to Paris. Alex, one of the understudies, has a dream, striking and frightening, of the plane blasting in flight. He bounced up to get off, has a battle with another understudy, and winds up being launched out alongside five different understudies and an educator. At that point the plane takes off and, you got it, blasts mid-air.