The Final Destination is also known as Final Destination 4. It is directed by David R. Ellis. It was released on 28 August 2009. Final Destination 4, is a 2009 3-D supernatural thriller/horror film written by Eric Bress. It is the fourth installment to the Final Destination film series, and the first of which to be shot in HD 3-D. The Final Destination is rated R by the MPAA for strong violent/gruesome accidents, language and a scene of sexuality, in the United Kingdom, it is rated cert 15.
There are many characters in the film like Bobby Campo, Shantel VanSanten, Mykelti Williamson, Jackson Walker, Nick Zano, Andrew Fischella, etc. While watching a race at McKinley Speedway a young man named Nick O'Bannon (Bobby Campo) has a premonition of a car crash which sends debris into the audience, crushing some spectators and resulting in the stadium partially collapsing, killing everyone present. In a panic Nick convinces his friends Lori Milligan (Shantel VanSanten), Hunt Wynorski (Nick Zano) and Janet Cunnigham (Haley Webb) to leave, with the quartet being followed by a handful of others whom become angry with Nick after he pushes past them to escape. A security guard named George Lanter (Mykelti Williamson) intervenes when everyone begins to argue outside, just as the catastrophe Nick had foreseen occurs. After a memorial service at McKinley Speedway, two of the spectators who followed Nick and his friends out of the stadium - Carter Daniels (Justin Welborn) and Samantha Lane (Krista Allen) - both die violently in freak accidents.
Hearing about Carter and Samantha's deaths on the news, Nick and Lori begin doing research, where they learn about the disasters that occurred in the previous three films (such as the crash of Flight 180 and the motorway pile-up) and discover that the survivors (who were saved by premonitions) began dying in a series of improbable accidents shortly afterwards. While Hunt and Janet refuse to believe them, Nick and Lori manage to convince George that Death is after them and the trio begin trying to warn other survivors, though fail to save any except for Janet, whom nearly drowns getting her car washed. The next survivors to die are Andy, Hunt and a hospitalized survivor of McKinley Speedway named Jonathan Grove (Jackson Walker).
George is abruptly killed just before Nick has a second premonition showing him that Lori and Janet will die whilst watching a film in a shopping mall cinema after an explosion in a room above the theatre. Nick rushes to reach them, while Lori begins spotting omens warning her that the danger is not over. Once Nick arrives, he and Lori attempt to convince Janet to leave, but are unsuccessful in their efforts. Janet is killed in the explosion whilst Lori also meets her demise in a separate incident. Snapped back into reality, whilst at the mall, Nick saves his friends, extinguishing a fire that would have triggered the original explosion.
Weeks later, the trio, whom think they have conquered Death's plan, celebrate survival at a cafe. Nick drifts off into thought after seeing omens around him, and realizes that his premonitions and signs, along with all the disasters and deaths that had occurred since the speedway incident, are red herrings from Death used to manipulate them into where and when it would really come for them. Just as Nick realizes this, and before he can tell his friends, a truck inexplicably crashes through the cafe window, first crushing Janet with its front tire, then hitting Lori, breaking her neck. Nick is flung against a wall by the impact, killing him, and leaving all connected to the McKinley Speedway disaster dead.