"That's a lot of tampons for one woman." That line gets me every time!
Best line in the film arguably.
I wonder how Tod would have reacted to Alex and Carter becoming friends. He was probably turning over in his grave.
Ha! I know I would’ve. I don’t think they became really close friends though
Everyone says Janet was overreacting to the situation at hand but I don't know how you can "overreact" to the idea that because you survived a disaster you were supposed to die in, death's gonna come back around to get you.
I find it completely odd that Final Destination Wiki lists the crash at McKinley Speedway as early January. That was clearly not January(not in Pennsylvania anyways).
Yeah that was probably not even Pennsylvania, there is nothing in the film that indicates it being set in Pennsylvania. Someone probably thought it took place in the town of McKinley because of the speedway’s name. I’d say it was Indiana.
Something about the first film made me more comfortable about the idea of dying in a plane crash(I still hope that doesn't happen though).
right? better to die on a plane than in your own house evidently.
Okay so last night I was laying in bed wide awake and started thinking about FD5. So then I realized something... During Sams premonition , MOLLY DOESNT DIE. So what if she was never meant to die??? But when she gets on the Plane with Sam ,and asks to get the window seat, what if death was like aight whatever I'm killing them both , which then triggered Alex Brownings premonition??
yeah it was pointed out later on that she never wasn’t meant to die. i think she died at the plane crash purely because she went there with sam.
and i’m not sure whether the plane crash occured because sam was there and had to die which is what triggered alex’ vision, or whether alex and his friends were on the list anyways and had to die & sam just happened to be there conveniently along with molly. that’s sort of a chicken or the egg thing.
new and improved fangirl challenge [1/30 friendships]: Wendy Christensen & Kevin Fischer
"I’ll just be freaking out every second, hoping you’re okay."
Same anon, hehe! Yeah!! Nick's reaction to Hunt's death was more like "oh, that's gross" rather than "Oh my best friend just died!" I mean, even Kim's reaction when Clear died was more along the lines of "My best friend just died!" despite the kinda short amount of time they knew each other. It's sort of the reason I like Hunt, mostly because no one really feels bad for him, and I think that's awful.
i think all of that is due to bobby’s really really um, good performace.
Same anon from the whole best friend topic. Yeah, I have to say that what you said about Shaina I completely agree with. And as for Hunt and Janet, while Janet and Lori were close, Nick and Hunt were never really best friends? When Hunt dies, Nick's like "oh that sucks" and he doesn't mourn Hunt at all. When Janet dies in both visions (the speedway and the movie theater), Lori seems really upset, but when Hunt dies, Nick just... doesn't care.
Yeah it really makes you wonder what was he even doing with them. I think he was ~supposed~ to be Nick’s best friend, but nobody really seemed to care at all when he died. I think Nick was more upset when George died.
I first saw all of the movies over the summer, so when I got back to school and back to gym class, we went to the weight room. We have one of the machines that Lewis died on in FD3, and every time someone would go on it, I basically looked like Wendy when she was looking around everywhere. I was really nervous.
i used to do that too! very dramatic. i’m sort of always on the lookout for anything ominous, even subconsciously.
If we're still talking about least favorite characters, I really didn't like Janet. It seemed like she always made everything about her and she came off as really selfish. -_- She's just lucky Lori was there to save her.
Well I liked her the most out of the TFD quartet. I felt her character was very real and I liked how she actually showed fear and paranoia and how she wasn’t just another skeptic and was scared right off the bat. Conceited characters and stuff like that in films don’t really make me hate them, personally.