The Final Destination

Movie • 2009 • Thriller  Report
Does a cat die?
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georgiarose
The comment here is referring to the first movie, Final Destination (2000). No dogs die in The Final Destination (2009)
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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georgiarose
NOTE: This is about The Final Destination (2009) - the 4th film in the franchise. Read the warnings for Final Destination (2000) if you intend to watch the 1st film in the franchise.
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georgiarose
NOTE: This is about The Final Destination (2009) - the 4th film in the franchise. Read the warnings for Final Destination (2000) if you intend to watch the 1st film in the franchise.
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ferviduum
A (computer generated) snake appears in a vision for a couple seconds. (To avoid confusion lol, this is in "The Final Destination", the FOURTH movie in the franchise, not the first)
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georgiarose
The racist white man arrives at the black man's house late at night, presumably to kill him. (The white man dies before he can do anything). This could be seen as stalking, and is disturbing in general. NOTE: This is about The Final Destination (2009) - the 4th film in the franchise. Read the warnings for Final Destination (2000) if you intend to watch the 1st film in the franchise.
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Certain characters disbelieve and tell other characters that they're crazy for believing in the signs that death is coming for them but I'm not sure I'd call it gaslighting. Each instance is fairly brief and the characters don't believe in the signs so it's not really gaslighting
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Lillly
One man yells at his wife to stay put and it’s implied
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GwendolynCox
No, but see "Does a Parent Die" regarding trauma
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Jbird
There is mild alcohol abuse, a character is shown reading an AA book, and there is mention that a character was intoxicated while driving and was in a car accident that resulted in his family passing away.
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A character mentions taking an entire bottle of pain pills.
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ferviduum
The vodka scene that ALinkToTheMax describes is not in this movie. Teens are shown drinking, but it is a very minor moment of two of them (and then an adult) sipping Jim Beam from a disguised flask. I would say no, nobody abuses alcohol in the film, but those with this trigger should know that a character is portrayed as struggling with alcoholism, and he almost breaks sobriety at one point in the movie. (To avoid further confusion lol, this is in "The Final Destination" from 2009, the FOURTH movie in the franchise, not the first)
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BriBunny
Some deaths could be seen as torturous
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tmhill98
No, that's in the first movie. Final Destination is number one and this one is The Final Destination which is number four.
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ferviduum
The 'yes' votes may be referring to the opening credits sequence, in which cg-animated x-rays reenact deaths from the franchise so far; one of them shows multiple teeth being knocked out of a skull. (To avoid confusion lol, this is in "The Final Destination" from 2009, the FOURTH movie in the franchise, not the first)
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georgiarose
Stop talking about the first movie here. In The Final Destination (2009), a character is burned alive and eventually dies in an explosion caused by the fire. NOTE: This is about The Final Destination (2009) - the 4th film in the franchise. Read the warnings for Final Destination (2000) if you intend to watch the 1st film in the franchise.
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Jbird
A tire hits someone, nothing is shown except a splatter of gore into the crowd of people.
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GwendolynCox
Not in the traditional sense, but people are crushed and covered in rubble and stone in the opening sequence.
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georgiarose
NOTE: This is about The Final Destination (2009) - the 4th film in the franchise. Read the warnings for Final Destination (2000) if you intend to watch the 1st film in the franchise.
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GwendolynCox
There is a death sequence where the foot is crushed first, but the person is wearing shoes so it's not super close up. Earlier in the movie someone gets a pedicure, and their toenails are scraped clean, but they are not scratched or harmed by this.
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georgiarose
Yes, but the character doesn't die.
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GwendolynCox
Multiple on-screen
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georgiarose
A small rock hits a woman at high speed and goes straight through her eye, killing her.
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GwendolynCox
The memorial after the opening racetrack sequence includes multiple photos of children. We do not see them die or their parents reactions. The two little boys in the opening sequence live.
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georgiarose
A mother dies in front of her two young children and we hear their screams of horror.
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ferviduum
There is no shower scene. (To avoid confusion lol, this is in "The Final Destination" from 2009, the FOURTH movie in the franchise, not the first)
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georgiarose
No one is possessed in this film, nor in any other Final Destination films.
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Kaizokuokubey
They talk about farting and pooping
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GwendolynCox
Cops aren't really involved in this one; any assistance received is from a security guard.
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georgiarose
A man dies from a freak accident at the hospital.
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ferviduum
I wouldn't say any characters have a full-blown anxiety attack, but multiple characters do show anxiety throughout the film.
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GwendolynCox
Sui. attempts via overdose, poison, rope. We only see the last and none are successful.
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Jbird
Somewhat, a crowd of people try to push their way through a concrete pathway.
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Jbird
There is attempted suicide, however the person is not depressed or inherently suicidal.
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ALinkToTheMax
I would not recommend this movie for anyone with a sensitivity to flashing, strobe lights and lightning.
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georgiarose
I want to point out that this movie was designed as a 3D film, so there are frequent effects where objects fly at the camera/viewer. I personally find this slightly nauseating. Just a heads up :)
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Does a baby cry?
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ferviduum
A white racist says the hard R n-word at a black man early in the movie.
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MaxBQR
A redneck sees a black guy and says "there goes he neighborhood" and starts whistling "Dixie" because he's a racist (they show this twice in the movie). You get to see him die horrifically though.
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Jbird
No, however a man sits on a bench, it cracks, and his friends mentions to “lay off the Funyuns.” The joke is fatphobic. And the man is thin.
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georgiarose
No, but he does die.
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Jbird
There is a very sexually explicit scene. No genitalia is shown.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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tmhill98
The comment by Kaizo is what happens in the first movie (Final Destination) this is The Final Destination which is the fourth movie. In this one, car crashes are the reason for the movie. Its shown for a lengthy scene, and a little bit a second time. The first scene is very graphic and the second is only a little graphic.
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Lillly
One is mentioned to explain the plot of the movie
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Towards the end of the movie, it's very sudden, happens right as two characters are leaving the hospital
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ALinkToTheMax
Horror/Thriller - Lots of continuous blood and gore.
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ferviduum
A character gets trapped at the bottom of a pool. (To avoid confusion lol, this is in "The Final Destination" from 2009, the FOURTH movie in the franchise, not the first)
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