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"Some people say there's a balance to everything. For every life there's a death, for every death, there is a life. But the introduction of life that was not meant to be, that can invalidate the list, force Death to start anew. You have to follow the signs... Kimberly."
Mister Bludworth
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 2 (2003)
Credits
Title: Final Destination 2
Directed by: David R. Ellis
Written by: Jay Mackye Gruber; Eric Bress
Produced by: Richard Brener; Toby Emmerich; Matt Moore; Jeffrey Reddick; Craig Perry; Warren Zide; Justis Greene
Music by: Shirley Walker
Cinematography: Gary Capo
Edited by: Eric Sears
Production
Distributed by: New Line Cinema
Released: January 31st, 2003
Rating: R
Running time: 90 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Budget: $26,000,000
Gross: $46,455,802 (US)
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Final Destination 2 is an American horror film of the supernatural thriller subgenre. It was directed by David R. Ellis and is the sequel to the 2000 film Final Destination. It was produced by New Line Cinema and released theatrically in the United States on January 31st, 2003. The film stars A.J. Cook, Michael Landes, Ali Larter, Jonathan Cherry, Keegan Connor Tracy, T.C. Carson, Lynda Boyd and horror movie icon Tony Todd, reprising his role as the mysterious funeral director William Bludworth. Like Devon Sawa before her, A.J. Cook plays a youth who has a premonition of a massive catastrophe that would claim the lives of many people unless she intervenes. Doing so however, challenges the capricious whims of fate, and Death will not be cheated a second time. As Cook's character Kimberly tries to avoid Death's hand, she learns how the destinies of she and her friends are all interconnected to those of the survivors of Flight 180 from the first Final Destination.

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  • The tagline for this film is, "You can't cheat Death twice."
  • Final Destination 2 closed out of theaters on June 5th, 2003.
  • This is the first horror film directed by David R. Ellis. He previously directed only one other film, 1996's Homeward Bound 2: Lost in San Francisco. Ellis also directs 2006's Snakes on a Plane, 2008's Asylum, 2009's The Final Destination and 2010's Shark Night 3D.

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