The actor made the statement as he observed it was 20 years since the Final Destination movie. Never miss an update on schools, pubs and coronavirus cases with our morning newsletter straight to your inbox. Final Destination actor Devon Sawa has revealed he plans to copy an infamous scene from the horror movie in order to survive the coronavirus pandemic. Devon starred in the first movie back in and observed today it was the 20 year anniversary of the film's release.
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New Line Cinema. If you have a premonition that you're going to die, you may as well let it happen, because Death is going to get you one way or another, and it'll probably be painful. The "Final Destination" movies are slashers of sorts with a most unusual villain: Death itself. You see, Death has a plan, and interrupting the plan will only buy you a little time before Death comes back with a vengeance. The franchise has made its name with elaborate "accidents" by which Death claims its victims.
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It has mordant humor, Rube Goldberg death traps and sophomoric but earnest discussions of fate. Also an opening sequence that assures this film will never, ever, be shown on an airplane. The movie begins with a high school class boarding a plane for a class trip to Paris. Alex Devon Sawa , one of the students, has a vision, vivid and terrifying, of the plane exploding in flight. He jumps up to get off, has a fight with another student, and ends up being ejected along with five other students and a teacher.
Ad — content continues below. The opening scene at the McKinley Speedway track pretty much sets the tone. It lacks the wow factor of the opening disasters in some of the other movies, and just feels a bit uninspired.