Final Destination

Visible crew/equipment: During the FBI's original investigation, a green screen can be seen in the officers glasses. However, nothing green is in the room. (00:20:50)

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Visible crew/equipment: A green screen is visible in Agent Weine's glasses when talking to Agent Schrek after they let Alex go during Ms. Lewton's death sequence. (00:58:05)

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Visible crew/equipment: When the train breaks Carter's car there is a camera man inside it.

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Continuity mistake: Right before Terry is hit by the bus, there are puddles and wet patches all over the road and path. When the bus actually makes contact with Terry, they all instantly disappear. On top of that, during the kid's conversation before Terry gets hit by the bus, the road where the bus comes speeding from is actually blocked by a large construction machine. There is no way the bus could come from there. (00:47:10)

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Bludworth: In death, there are no accidents, no coincidences, no mishaps and no escapes.

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Trivia: In the airport after the plane explodes, it shows Terry with a terrified look on her face. Right behind her is a picture of a bus, which is the way she would die later in the movie. Also, at Ms. Lewton's house, when she is standing in front of her computer, behind her is a stained glass window with a picture of a knife, which is how she would later die.

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Question: On the back of the PAL DVD there is a picture of Alex holding back Clear from a car during the day. It looks to be at the place where Terry was killed. Does anyone know if this is a deleted scene not on the DVD? Also, on the commentary the makers of the film said that they shot the bus hit from inside the bus, as well as from the side. Does anyone know where these scenes are now?

Answer: The scene where Terry was killed was most likely shot during the day. It is quite common for film makers to film a scene during the day to get the right lighting effects and then later CGI the night sky and the proper shadowing. This is most effective when you have an area that would otherwise be too dark or have environment that wont allow for the proper lighting for a night shoot. As for the bus, your guess is as good as mine.

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