Final Destination 2

Published October 27, 2022

Final Destination 2

Film info

  • Title Final Destination 2
  • Director David R. Ellis
  • Year 2003
  • Run time 1hr 30m
  • Genres Horror, Mystery
  • Tagline Death is like a boomerang, it keeps coming back

Kimberly has a premonition of a horrible highway accident killing multiple people - including her and her friends. She blocks the cars behind her on the ramp from joining traffic - and as a police trooper arrives, the accident actually happens. Now, Death is stalking this group of mistaken survivors - and one by one they are dying as they were supposed to on the highway.

Live blog

Time Comment
0:56 All those students dying afterwards can’t be ‘tragic coincidences’.
5:14 Oh no, I remember this is why I’m scared of driving behind trailers with logs on.
9:58 Amazing how much illegal stuff people get up to in their cars!
14:33 The policeman is Danny from Miranda! Amazing.
21:43 Ooh, what’s he got in that big Apple box?
32:03 I’m surprise she would let anyone in the room with her, and not just talk through a window or something.
40:11 If pigeons kept flying into my windows, I would move, for sure.
46:57 “The design is flawed. It can be beaten.”
59:47 He said chillax to a man with a gun.
1:04:42 Ooh, they’re all connected to the first film! I like it.
1:12:16 The airbag death is the most preventable of all, I think.
1:17:24 They don’t know that this is the solution though, celebrating too early, I think.
1:25:20 You just can’t cheat death.


I’ve seen this before but this is a pretty good sequel - the initial highway accident has stayed with me a long time after I originally watched it. I like how it connects with the first film, how all the characters had close calls with the original characters, and I like Clear’s story and how she comes back into it. I don’t fully understand the twist in the story this time, as in, Death is going in reverse order this time, apparently, but no one really says why? Never mind though, a good second film and a fun ending.

Rating: 4 / 5

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