Final Destination

  • 15
  • James Wong (2000)
  • US
  • 93 min
Final Destination
Film Review
Reviewed By
3 out of 5

The X-Files veteran James Wong makes his feature debut with this entertaining supernatural horror movie, in which the principals' surnames are taken from legendary genre figures from the past such as Murnau, Lewton and Chaney. It's as if the teen slasher and the disaster flick had met in the Twilight Zone, as Devon Sawa's premonition of a midair disaster comes explosively true and Death begins to stalk those who escaped thanks to Sawa's timely intervention. The premise is flawed and the exposition clumsy, but the methods of demise are as hilarious as they are ingenious, with Wong more intent on toying with our expectations than providing outright shocks.

Plot Summary

Supernatural horror thriller starring Devon Sawa and Ali Larter. Shortly before take off on a flight to France, student Alex Browning is so overcome by powerful visions of a midair explosion that he and his party are ejected from the plane. When Alex's dreadful premonition comes true it appears that the group have cheated death - but the terrifying forces at work are not going to be denied.

Cast and crew


Alex Browning
Devon Sawa
Clear Rivers
Ali Larter
Carter Horton
Kerr Smith
Valerie Lewton
Kristen Cloke
Billy Hitchcock
Seann William Scott
Tod Waggner
Chad E Donella
Terry Chaney
Amanda Detmer
Agent Weine
Daniel Roebuck
William Bludworth
Tony Todd
Agent Schreck
Roger Guenveur Smith
Mr Larry Murnau
Forbes Angus
Blake Dreyer
Christine Chatelain


James Wong

Other Information

Theatrical distributor: 
Violence, swearing.
Available on video, DVD and BluRay
Released 19 May 2000
Certificate 15