Final Destination 3

Synopsis: When Wendy Christensen has a vision of an accident on the roller coaster, resulting in her and her friends' deaths, she instantly begins to panic and gets off the ride, causing a few of her friends to get off as well. The remaining friends, including Wendy's boyfriend, are stuck on the roller coaster and find themselves involved in the accident. With death waiting around the corner, Wendy and Kevin Fischer must try and work out death's plan, before they and the remaining survivors end up dead.
Director(s): James Wong
Production: New Line Cinema
  6 nominations.
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93 min


- Whoo!

- Ha ha ha!


Oh, man! Heh heh.

- Did you see that?

- Woo!

Oh, my God. Ha ha!

- Yes! Yes!

- Nice, nice, nice.

- Aw, sick!

- Worth the wait.

Oh, babe. You missed out.


I want to get off.

Whoo! Ow!

Ha ha ha!

That was intense, man.

To feel how that would be

to just crash and burn like that.

Yeah, yeah. Maybe for you,

but our lives are actually goin' somewhere.

Oh! OK, well, where we gotta go

is to the roller coaster.

'Cause our pass is for 9:15.

If we miss that,

we'll stand in line...

for, like, a day and a half,

and that's gonna kill me.

- OK!

- All right?

So let's go.

They're totally gonna dig this, man!

OK. Come on, it won't kill us to get

a deep-fried Snickers and a Coke.

Before ridin' Devil's Flight?

Yeah, that might kill me.

No! What doesn't kill you

makes you stronger, man.

Ha ha ha!

- Unh!

- Ha ha!

Oh, I'll take that.

No. Come on, gimme.

It's not even mine, Kevin.

It's the yearbook's.

Just... Kevin.

Ha ha!

- Oh!

- Oh, got it.

- Oh, my God, you're such an idiot.

- Hey. Hey. Gimme the...

Ha ha!

- Ow!

- Nice.

Um, could you, like,

please delete that one of Stacy?

Ha ha!

These are for the yearbook.

And I have to turn them in tomorrow

to make a deadline...

and, like, I doubt it if a shot of

Stacy Kobayashi's camel toe...

is gonna make it in there.

Whew. I'd buy two.

Ha ha ha!

Number 38, your order's ready.

That's us.

I am so sorry.

Kevin can get so out of control.

Let me just say

he would make me crazy.

Ha! I mean, you know

I'm such a control freak...

like I couldn't handle that.

I'm breaking up with him.

Couple of weeks.

After graduation.

I've been wanting to for a while.

But don't tell anybody, OK?

Whoa. Ha ha!

Now, that shot there?

That'll sell some yearbooks.

- I love it.

- I love it.

Oh! Oh, all right,

so I'm a total whore.

Come on, go, go, go,

go, go, go go!

Oh, my God, Ashley, you're winning.

You're totally winning.

- Am I winning?

- Yeah, come on, hurry!

OK, come on, come on,

come on, come on!

Am I winning? Look around,

I don't want to look.

You're totally winning.

Come on, come on,

come on, come on, come on!

- Don't look!

- Oh, my God! Come on!

Oh, my God!

I'm winning! I'm winning!

Aah! Aah!

- I won!

- I knew you would.

Oh, my God! Gimme my prize.

- Good job.

- That was so awesome, Ashley.


Woo! Ha ha!

How ya doin', my brother?

You havin' a good time, huh?

- You like that?

- Ha ha!

Yeah! You like it.

Give it up. Give it up.



Excuse me.

You're not a senior.

And what are

you gonna do about it...

Miss "Cutest Couple,"

Rah Rah? Ha ha!

Mom know you're here?

You are a complete b*tch

if you tell her.

Proof where you were.

Take a shot of this.

Ha ha ha!

Yeah! That's what I'm talking about.

That's three.

# That is three, number three #

# Oh, I'm the man, I'm the man #

Man, I am hot.

- Man, gimme some right here, man.

- Right here! Right here!

What you doin'?

Get the f*** back. Hoo!

My God, I am good. Here we go.

Boy, I'll tell ya...

Goddamn. Whoo!

Kind sir, step right up!

There ya go. Whaddaya want?

Here we go, baby.

Here we go. Here we go.

Big prize. Watch out.

Come on.


Ho ho ho!

# That's what I'm talkin' 'bout #

We gonna get that one.

You want that blue one?

That's the one we gonna get.

Ha ha ha!

Ha ha ha ha!

You can run, but you cannot hide.

- Yes!

- Whoo! Here we are, baby.

- Yes!

- Whoo!

- There it is.

- Awesome.

Here, get a pic of this. Ahhh!

This is the beginning of the end.

Ha ha ha!

Hey, guys, get in line.

Let's go on again!

What's wrong?


I was having that feeling

like dej vu, you know?

Except for something

that hasn't happened yet.

Hey, J.

Come on, man, let's go.

- Yeah, yeah, hold on.

- Come on.

What, are you weirded out

by the ride?

'Cause, look, I know you.

And I think that maybe...

you're nervous about

this roller coaster...

because they say the real fear

with these rides...

comes from the feeling

of having no control.

Everyone imagines weird stuff

when they get scared.

But it never turns out

to be what they imagine.



You can run, but you cannot hide.

Oh! Where you guys are right now

if you raise your hands and just...

Ha... cup them slightly...

it'll look you're holding

the devil's balls.

And we'd wanna do that why?

When else you ever gonna see

a dick that big?

I'm lookin' at one right now.

Ha ha!

Man, you guys are smokin' hot.

- Get out, Frankie.

- Yeah, why are you even here?

Yeah, you graduated,

like, two years ago.

I stuck around to monitor

your development.

Yeah. Good to go.

Good to go, baby.

Let's do it. Let's do it.

Come on. Come on.

You may never return

from Devil's Flight.

Ha ha ha ha!

You're totally sad.

Try not to scream!

Ha ha ha!

That was totally awesome!

Yeah! Sweet!

You all right?

There's nothing to worry about.

A roller coaster

is just elemental physics.

A conversion of potential energy

to kinetic energy.

Yeah. Odds are like

one in 250 million...

of dying in a roller coaster.

Yeah, yeah,

thanks for that, McKinley.

You're more likely to die

driving to an amusement park...

than dying at one.

Whoo! Heh.

Here we go.


You like this?

Won it on the Wacky Ladder.

You know that ladder deal

that wobbles? Took it.

I like this. It's old school.

Frankie Cheeks

is old school, ladies.

What's that?

Oh, well, it'd be my honor.


Oh! Let's go.

Hey... Baby.

- How many?

- Uh, 4.

- 4.

- Yeah.

Uh, gate one.

- Yeah. Front car.

- Yes!

Wait... No. No, please.

I'm sorry, I don't wanna be a hassle.

I just... I can't sit in the front.

I cannot see the tracks. I'll freak.

OK. Take it easy.

Uh, well, Carrie will sit in

the back with you. Right, babe?

Uh! Why me?

What? 'Cause we're girls?

F*** that. I'm going to Berkeley

and I won't get to do this for a while.

I'm sitting in the front.

J, just go, OK? I'll live.

You're not gonna sit by yourself.

You're not gonna sit by yourself.

All right, you know what?

We'll just settle this like real men.

How about that? Hmm? Call it.


Sh*t! Damn it.

All right, fine, what the f***.

It's the same ride, right?

Go. Go ahead. Bye, babe.

Hey, uh, just do me a favor.

Keep an eye on her, OK?

She's kinda freaked out.

- Oh. Cool.

- All right?

Yeah. Boom, buddy.

No problem.

Ha ha ha!



Here we go. Hey!

J! Keep your hands

to yourself, man.

I'm serious. You know,

payback's a b*tch, OK?

You know, she might need

some comforting...

and I'll be there for her. OK?

Hey, no! No.

Get out. Get out.

Hey! Find another cockpit,

Top Gun.

No. Get...

Let's just get in the back, OK?

Ha ha ha!


Guess who's back?

- Ugh.

- Ugh.


I'll meet you at the end.

Here! All right!


Hey. How'd you guys

get in here?

What? I'm 55 inches.

- Sure. Come on out.

- Oh, man.

You, too. Out.

- Ready?

- Ohh!

I told you

we wouldn't get away with it.

You OK?

Let's go on the bumper cars.

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Glen Morgan

Morgan was born in Syracuse, New York, and moved to El Cajon, California at the age of 14. While attending El Cajon Valley High School, he met James Wong, who would become his friend and professional partner. Both enrolled at Loyola Marymount University, graduating from the School of Film and Television in 1983, and afterward, wrote many scripts together. Morgan did not want to work on television at first, but wound up accepting a job on 21 Jump Street, which would later earn he and Wong a steady job at Stephen J. Cannell Productions. As Morgan was about to leave the company following scripts for The Commish in 1992, his former boss at Cannell, Peter Roth, invited him to work on a show being developed at 20th Television, The X-Files. more…

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