Final Destination 5

Peter, having learned that killing someone destined to live will remove him from death's list, attempts to kill Molly and shoots Agent Block dead before he is killed by Sam. Two weeks later, Sam and Molly board the flight to Paris so Sam can take up his culinary apprenticeship... And at this point it's revealed this film is actually a prequel, and the flight is the same Flight 180 from the first film. Having seen the scuffle that got Alex and company kicked off the plane, Sam realises too late what is about to happen. Molly is killed when she is sucked out of the plane, and Sam dies when the plane explodes. Nathan learns that the co-worker he accidentally killed was about to die from a brain aneurysm anyway, seconds before he is crushed by Flight 180's destroyed engine.

Mark Ivey

Continuity mistake: In the premonition right near the end, you see the truck hanging over the bridge and that is how the poles and that sheet of metal kill two of the main characters. Yet when they run to the end of the bridge, the truck is not hanging over the edge.

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William Bludworth: Death... doesn't like to be cheated.

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Trivia: The staff team are going on a work retreat facilitated by 180 Corporate Consulting (as can be seen from the promotional video being played on the coach). Also, the cafe Sam is working in has the name "Le Cafe Miro 81." The last three letter backwards are also a 180. 180 is a recurring number within the Final Destination movies.

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Question: At the beginning when Sam is having his premonition and he saves Molly, why does she die in the plane crash at the end? And why did Sam die similar to the guy in the first "Final destination" movie? It couldn't have been him cause Sam and Molly witness him being removed from the plane before they took off.

Answer: To answer your second question, Sam's death is not like any other death's from the first final destination movie. If you are talking about Alex, he was hit by a falling brick off-screen. To answer your first question, near the end, Peter though that Candice had deserved to live more then Molly, and attempts to kill her. Sam kills Peter before he has a chance to stab molly. The gun dropped by peter lands on the stove, and shoots off in the air. This is a sign that Sam saved Molly from dying, thus, putting her on Death's list, and making it all right to kill her on Flight 180.

This is in response to the answer. Your answer is dismissive to the nuance of premonition as depicted by the movie. This is extremely crucial: Premonition, as visioned by every protagonist, is the event that would have happened if the protagonist didn't intervene. Every events in premonition is supposed to be absolutely true. As such, in the premonition, Sam saves Molly. This means if the events weren't intervened by Sam, he would still have saved Molly, while the rest (Sam, Candice, Peter) would have died anyway. So Molly should be safe all along. It wouldn't even be wrong to say that 'death' hadn't even planned to kill Molly at the bridge. So your point about Molly being next in the list because Sam killed peter and death skipping Sam now to go on Molly isn't even valid. So if Molly was clean in death's perspectives all along, why did she die at the end? (because she didn't cheat the design, she wasn't even supposed to be in the list of death's order; as I mentioned earlier, it was never the intention of death to kill Molly as evidenced by the saving of Molly in Sam's premonition).

How did we see Sam and Molly on flight 180 if it's final destination 5.

But Molly didn't die in his vision so she wasn't on the list to begin with so how can he skip someone's death that's not on the list and he kill his friend so why did he still die on the plane with Molly?.

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