Corrected entry: At least one or two tragedies or accidents in each of the three final Destination films are based on real life events. In this movie, Flight 180 was based on Trans World Flight 800, which also crashed right after takeoff, leaving JFK for Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport, and both were carrying a group of students going to Paris on a class trip.
26th Feb 2007
11th Aug 2006
Corrected entry: Steven Seagal is in a coma for 7 years. All his hair grows long, and he has a long beard. Problem is, the beard is a goatee style, and there is no hair connecting the beard to his hair. He is seen to be clean-shaven in this area, which means someone at the hospital has taken the time to shave that area over the course of 7 years, but they let the rest of his hair grow long?
26th Feb 2007
Corrected entry: At least two events from each film are based on real life tragedies or accidents. For this film, the crash scene is based on a 125 car pile-up that happened in Ringgold, Georgia in 2002, and Nora's death is based on an accident where an intern at St. Joseph's Hospital in Texas was decapitated by a faulty elevator.
14th Apr 2007
Corrected entry: According to the Saw III commentary, in a flash back of Jigsaw and Amanda setting up the bathroom trap, Jigsaw told Amanda to tie the key to Adam's foot, making the trap escapable. However, Amanda was careless, and instead just tossed it onto Adam's chest before leaving. Because it was unattached, it was then sucked down the drain as he woke up.
9th Mar 2007
12th Sep 2006
Corrected entry: After Franklin lands in the water from his jump from the helicopter, Frenchie and his buddy start shooting at the water from the helicopter for at least 10 seconds, with all the bullets hitting the area where he landed. But in shot shown between the two shots of them firing at him, the helicopter is shown flying very fast away from this spot. It would not have been possible for them to continue hitting the same spot in the water if the helicopter was flying away in a straight line. You could have argued that the helicopter was hovering, but the shot mentioned above shows otherwise.
9th Mar 2007
26th Feb 2007
Corrected entry: The Law of Gravity prevents the train from ever being stuck upside down in a loop; it's physically impossible. Also, coasters do not have brakes on the cars. The only moving parts on a roller coaster are the chain on the lift hill, and the brakes/brake release in the station. Once the cars leave the top of the lift hill, gravity is the only thing affecting the cars until they reach the station again. No electrical/hydraulic stuff on the cars at all.
29th Sep 2006
Corrected entry: Max just moved to Salem and all throughout his house we are shown stacks of cardboard boxes, indicating that this is the case as well. One problem: Max's room has no boxes whatsoever, and is completely unpacked, yet he was attending school, and would have had the least amount of time to unpack of the whole family, not to mention he is the only member of the family who is against moving there.
7th Jul 2006
Corrected entry: If Kevin Costner's character has gills, and can breathe under water, why would he have a device for someone else to breathe underwater? He very states that he is a loner, and does not travel any way but alone. I can see building one after he picks up his extra passengers, but beforehand doesn't make since.
3rd Jul 2006
Corrected entry: All these scientists and military personnel have opened a gateway to the other side of the known universe using a technology that is a) completely foreign to them, b) the first time they can get it to work, and c) one that can send stuff back to Earth instantly. No scientist or military personnel would ever allow a Nuclear Device to be sent through the portal, as the properties of the bomb alone travelling at the speed of light or faster could have had catastrophic results.
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